There Are Some Men is a poem by Leonard Cohen, first published in Spice Box Of Earth (1961), that Philip Glass set to music in the first a capella song of Three Songs, a work commissioned for the 350th Anniversary of Quebec in 1984.
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Leonard Cohen Timeline
The events of Leonard Cohen's life and career are marked on a timeline accompanied by audio and video recordings of Cohen's songs and poems as well as links to more information.
Do I Have To Dance All Night Surpasses 70,000 Views
"Do I Have To Dance All Night" was performed many times in concerts but was never released in the US.
As part of my crusade to popularize this song, I've cobbled together 2 videos - one for the semi-funky 1976 version with Laura Branigan and one for the 1980 more gypsy, less disco version - that kinda sorta fit the music.
As of Dec 19, 2012, the video of the 1976 version of Do I Have To Dance All Night has been viewed 70,152 times.
The 1980 version has been viewed 16,458 times.
See both versions at
Both videos include links to keys to the sources of the clips and the identities of the backup singers and others who are featured.
The complete story of "Do I Have To Dance All Night" is available at The Best Leonard Cohen Song You've Never Heard (Probably)
Leonard Cohen’s Elegy For Janis Joplin – Chelsea Hotel #1
This video features the first version of the song Leonard Cohen would later revise into "Chelsea Hotel #2" along with images of Leonard Cohen, Janis Joplin - whose liaison with Cohen at the Chelsea Hotel led to the creation of the song, the Hotel itself, and other associated people & places.
Viewed over 120,000 times as of Nov 15, 2013
Leonard Cohen & Joni Mitchell? Yes, They Were
Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen had a fling in the 1960s that, for unspecified reasons, was short-lived, with Cohen instigating the parting.
It was then and is now a complex connection. In 1988, Cohen said, I'm still very friendly with Joni - I had dinner with her before the tour, and I have the same admiration for her as you do. But I think it was Noel Harrison who came up to me in the LA Troubadour and said "How do you like living with Beethoven?"
The full story is at Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell: Just One Of Those Things
Leonard Cohen Galleries
Photos of or related to Leonard Cohen that fall into specific themes have been among the ongoing features at DrHGuy, HOAG's sibling site. Galleries displaying collected images of 3 of these themes are now available at
Animated Leonard Cohen
The largest - and only - curated collection of Cohen-associated animated images
Signs Of Leonard Cohen
Leonard Cohen posters, ads, marquees, banners, ...
L Cohen – Smokey Life
Images associated with Leonard Cohen’s history of smoking
Shades Of Leonard Cohen
Shots of Leonard Cohen and his musicians with sunglasses
Leonard Cohen On Tattoos
Tattoos inspired by Leonard Cohen
Leonard Cohen kissing and being kissed
All Cohen photo categories are listed at The Leonard Cohen Photo Categories Page