The online Leonard Cohen Store is offering, in addition to the usual assortment of t-shirts bearing the names of Leonard Cohen albums, coffee mugs, tote bags, etc., official Montreal Leonard Cohen Tower Of Song Tribute merchandise, including but not limited to those items pictured here.
Posted June 16, 2013
This pin from the private collection of Dominique BOILE was originally offered as memorabilia of the May 27, 1988 Leonard Cohen concert at the Grand Rex in Paris, but it also seems to me the perfect emblem to commemorate the release of Leonard Cohen’s I’m Your Man album 30 years ago today. The dancing couple was the logo of the 1988 Tour and the I’m Your Man album promoted by that Tour.
More information about this logo can be found at Leonard Cohen Album Logos: The Country Club Dancers Connection To “I’m Your Man”
My friend Francis Mus sent me this postcard bought in a record store in Amsterdam.
While I’m not convinced I grasp the intended symbolism, I’m fascinated by the bare-breasted gypsy dancing with Mr Cohen, who is himself featured performing while wearing a suit but no shoes. And what’s with that saber buried in a stump?
Originally posted March 20, 2014 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric
The Leonard Cohen T-shirt That Had To Be
The Cohencentric New & Improved Leonard Cohen World Tour Merchandise Emporium now offers the T-shirt with the inscription so obvious that DrHGuy still suspects it has already been produced.
Note: Originally posted Nov 11, 2009 at 1HeckOfAGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric