I'm Your Man (Leonard Cohen album)

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I'm Your Man
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 2, 1988
RecordedAugust - November 1987
StudioStudio Tempo, Montreal (Quebec),
Rock Steady, Los Angeles (United States) [1]
GenreSoft rock, contemporary folk
Length40:41
LabelColumbia
ProducerLeonard Cohen, Roscoe Beck, Jean-Michel Reusser, Michel Robidoux
Leonard Cohen chronology
'Various Positions
(1984)
I'm Your Man 'The Future
(1992)

I'm Your Man is the eighth studio album by Leonard Cohen,[2] released in 1988. The album marked Cohen's further move to a more modern sound.

I'm Your Man was recorded in Los Angeles and Montreal and employed four producers: Roscoe Beck, Jean-Michel Reusser, Michel Robidoux, and Cohen himself.

The album includes some of the singer's most popular songs and concert staples, including the single "Ain't No Cure for Love", "First We Take Manhattan", "Tower of Song", and "Everybody Knows", which was a collaboration with Cohen's backup singer Sharon Robinson.

References[change | change source]

  1. Discogs - I'm your Man remastered-vinyl-LP 2011 Columbia / Music On Vinyl (MOVLP424) Europe
  2. Ankeny, Jason. "I'm Your Man". AllMusic. Retrieved 2009-09-29.