Leonard Cohen’s Montreal: refuge and escape by Robert Everett-Green (The Globe and Mail: Oct. 14, 2016) is the most recent listing at Leonard Cohen Online Directory, a one page reference with links to the best and most useful Leonard Cohen online resources: discography, performance & interview videos, articles, press coverage, humor, … Leonard Cohen’s Montreal: refuge and escape, a comprehensive view of the Cohen-Montreal connection with maps, is an entry in the Leonard Cohen’s Montreal section of the Directory.
The Leonard Cohen Testimonial For The Main Deli
I like this place because it’s open all night. It fits with my schedule. Also the folks here are really nice. I come here a lot. The smoked meat tastes great, too.
Also note the interesting spelling of “Satruday” in the upper left dateline.
Posted by Masha via Statigram.
Note: Originally posted July 2, 2013 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric
That Leonard Cohen wrote “Suzanne” while drinking espresso at Montreal’s Cafe Prag (1433 Bishop) is the claim made by “All About Coffee” by Bonnie Buxton and Betty Guernsey (Montreal Gazette: Nov 15, 1974).
And Expo 67 guide listed the site:
Cafe Prag: 1433 Bishop (between St. Catherine and Burnside): Basement cafe with young folksingers and such. Two entrances directly to cafe on either side of main entrance to 1433 Bishop.
While several articles mention Cafe Prag as a location for live music (predominantly folk singing and jazz), political discussions, and meetings of McGill University clubs as well as a hangout for hippies and hipster-predecessors, it apparently disappeared without leaving an image online. The most recent tenant at 1433 Bishop, Montreal appears to be Le Gourmet Burger, held by some to be “the best place to have a great burger in Montreal.”
Leonard Cohen’s Montreal
The best articles about Leonard Cohen’s Montreal homes and haunts as well as videos and a list of pertinent landmarks can be found at Resources: Leonard Cohen’s Montreal.
Credit Due Department: Photo by Jeangagnon – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikipeia
Note: Originally posted October 10, 2014 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric. Photo added at reposting.
Co-starring Cass Cohen
A video promotion for Adam Cohen’s “We Go Home” album focuses on recording sessions that took place in his father’s homes in Montreal and on Hydra and thus offers many views of these residences.
Also featured are several Hydra scenes (other than Cohen’s home) and appearances (including a speaking part) by Cass, Adam Cohen’s son and Leonard Cohen’s grandson.
Adam Cohen – We Go Home – EPK
Note: Originally posted July 16, 2014 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric
Excerpted from MTV Architecture: Famous Buildings In Music Videos by James Bartolacci (Architizer: June 13, 2013)
Leonard Cohen – “In My Secret Life”
Moshe Safdie’s experimental housing complex, which was conceived as his master’s thesis at McGill University, acts as a visual metaphor for Leonard Cohen’s mysterious subconscious in the likewise experimental music video for “In My Secret Life.” Apparently Cohen’s secret life is filled with the routine domesticity of an egg-headed family depicting some kind of existential crisis. We’re not really sure.
Video: Leonard Cohen – In My Secret Life
Leonard Cohen – In My Secret Life
Leonard Cohen’s Montreal
The best articles about Leonard Cohen’s Montreal homes and haunts as well as videos and a list of pertinent landmarks: Resources: Leonard Cohen’s Montreal
Credit Due Department: Photo of Habitat 67 by Wladyslaw; found at Wikipedia Commons
Note: Originally posted November 26, 2014 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric