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Leonard Cohen: Songwriter Who Got Into Folk By Accident

Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 17 February 1968

WHEN THE new album by the uncrowned queen of the non-folk, Judy Collins, is issued this month a lot of people will start talking again about Leonard Cohen, who has written three out of the 11 songs on it, and wrote two of the most successful tracks on her last record.

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