I'm Your Man is the eighth studio album by Leonard Cohen, released in 1988. The album marked Cohen's further move to a more modern sound, with many songs having a synth-oriented production. 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.
Lyrics: If you want a boxer I will step into the ring for you And if you want a doctor I'll examine every inch of you If you want a driver, climb inside Or if you want to take me for a ride You know you can I'm your man" (C) 2014. Sony Music Entertainment.
Motörhead - I'm Your Man from Bastards (1993) Lyrics Back to back, you see me now Show me what you're hiding here I can't move if I don't sing I can't stand I got no chair Can't see me, I'm the man, ain't no joke Can't see me, master plan, up in smoke Can't
Album I’m Your Man. I’m Your Man Lyrics. The title song from his 1988 album and a staple in all Leonard Cohen concerts, I’m Your Man is also the title of the 2006 Leonard Cohen 2006 tribute film. The lyrics revolve around a single, simple theme, framed by the lines that begin and end the song. If you want a lover I’ll do anything you ask me to And if you want another kind of love I’ll wear a mask for you. He’s in love: anything his beloved wants him to be, he will be.
In fact, the album has the distinct honor of having two of its song titles pinched for LC tribute albums, once in 1991 for the Atlantic Records-released I’m Your Fan and then again in 1995 for the A&M issued Tower of Song: The Songs of Leonard Cohen. Such accolades and interpretations are a testament to the importance of I’m Your Man in the context of the Leonard Cohen canon
Kiss of Death (Motörhead album). Kiss of Death is the 18th studio album by the band Motörhead, released on 29 August 2006, on Steamhammer, their ninth with the label. Kiss of Death was the second album Motörhead recorded with producer Cameron Webb and continues the heavy, blistering sound evident on the band's previous LP Inferno.
album: "Motörhead" (1977). Motörhead Vibrator Lost Johnny Iron Horse, Born To Lose White Line Fever Keep Us On The Road The Watcher The Train Kept A-rollin' City Kids Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers On Parole Instro I'm Your Witch. album: "Bomber" (1979). Dead Men Tell No Tales Lawman Sweet Revenge Sharpshooter Poison Stone Dead Forever All The Aces Step Down Talking Head Bomber.
I’m Your Man reinvented Leonard Cohen at age 53. It is the most fun you can have while being told that life is a terrible joke. Leonard Cohen appeared on seven of his album covers before 1988, always looking cooler and wiser than his listeners: he was the saturnine poet, the seductive man of the world. On the cover of I’m Your Man he looks better than ever, with his sunglasses and impeccable pinstripe suit-except that he’s eating a banana, the slapstick fruit. James Dean would not have looked cool eating a banana. Gandhi would not have looked wise. Cohen’s publicist Sharon Weisz snapped the picture at the video shoot for Jennifer Warnes’ version of First We Take Manhattan and thought nothing of it, but Cohen thought.
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