— Sharon Robinson (@sharonrobinsong) August 6, 2013
Posted by Sharon Robinson 6 Aug 13
Note: Originally posted Aug 6, 2013 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric
In addition to sterling performances, the September 1, 2010 Leonard Cohen Florence concert also proved a source of excellent photos, including these from Paolo Brillo. Especially striking are the shots below of the Webb Sisters and Sharon Robinson.
These and other photos of the concert taken by Paolo Brillo are available at his Highway 61 Photostream. By going to the Leonard Cohen Set within that photostream, one can view exclusively those shots taken by that photographer at various Leonard Cohen shows.
Note: Originally posted Sep 15, 2010 10at 1HeckOfAGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric
Maarten Massa’s photos of Leonard Cohen and, especially, the band members and backup singers, at the August 10, 2010 Helsinki concert are among the best I’ve seen since the commencement of the tour. While he has graciously allowed these to be posted at Cohencentric, many other shots he took at the Helsinki show can be found at Leonard Cohen Helsinki – Aug 10 2010: Part 1 and Part 2.
Note: Originally posted August 10, 2010 at 1HeckOfAGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric
In very early times, I tried that [releasing albums without many accompanying musicians]. But in the meantime, my music became much more complex. Furthermore, I would bore myself to death to be in the studio or on stage alone. Sharon Robinson, who has worked with me since 1979 as a backup singer and who produced the new album, has succeeded in cushioning the imperfections of my voice. When we sing together, my voice contains no loneliness.
From The Happy Message of the Aged, Interview by Sven F. Goergens. (Translated by Marie Mazur, using translation software, with the aid of Adi Heindl): Focus: September 15, 2001. Originally posted Apr 17, 2013 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric
“The Letters,” written and performed by Leonard Cohen and Sharon Robinson, is a song I’ve considered benignly unremarkable.1 Viewing this video comprising a series of simple animations, however, has raised my interest in and appreciation of this track from the Dear Heather album. The effectiveness of the visual images appears to be less the result of offering interpretive clues than providing focus.
Leonard Cohen & Sharon Robinson – The Letters
From Dear Heather
Video from cronogeo
Note: Originally posted Dec 16, 2009 at 1HeckOfAGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric