oh yeah, he still does Far and away the best live performance I have ever seen. The E Street Band took a break mid-way, and while they were gone, the Boss kept right on singing solo. I've never seen anybody work that hard on stage.
As for Leonard Cohen, I remember one of my elder sisters thinking he was the sliced bread in the late sixties. Fortunately she grew up and realised that depression was indicative of teenage angst fuelled by disturbed singer-songwriters who sang about the woes of emotional ineptitude.
If I ever have to listen to Cohen, it will be because there is no hope left and we are all doomed!
I am a classical music lover. I have been listening to my favourite this morning or should I say watching, "Andre Rieu" I just think he is so wonderful and so versatile. you see I played the violin as well as studying it and I just love listening to him he is so versatile. Does anyone else love him?
I'm listening to the sounds of football on tv in the next room - arrrgh - tuned in here to get an idea for alternate listening . . . tried Rasputin but it wasn't for me - maybe I'll just put on Leonard Cohen's "I'm Your Man" that usually gets me goin!