Popular Problems by Leonard Cohen
Two days after his eightieth birthday, Canada’s reigning poet-songwriter releases another droll, deep, sometimes melodious album, as much about the world and its discontents as his last one was about the inner life. From the opening refrain—”I like to take it slow”—through the eight songs that follow, chronicling wars public and private and embracing no fixed position, you can tell the unillusioned sometime monk is writing about love and death in the same ragged breath, and mixing irony and intimacy as unexpectedly as ever.
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