Leonard Cohen On The 1960s – He Was Not Impressed (Except With Dylan)


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Except for one or two great poets like Dylan, I saw a lot that was extremely fuzzy. Then when I found out how bad the acid had been, what a bummer it really was. I started to suspect that all was not as it had been advertised. Then when I got ripped off by some people who wore boots and had long hair, I knew for certain that nothing had changed.quotedown2

Leonard Cohen

 

Quotation from Melancholy Baby by John Walsh. The Independent Magazine: May 8, 1993. Photo by Paul Townsend. Originally posted Jan 8, 2014 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric

2 Replies to “Leonard Cohen On The 1960s – He Was Not Impressed (Except With Dylan)”

  1. Judith Ripp

    Before posting an LC quote perhaps you
    Might ask yourself ‘What would LC do?’

    You know, much of what is printed in
    Over 20+ year old magazines is not
    Worth reprinting and certainly not quoting
    Out-of-context.

    Reply

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