Stranger Music

Stranger Music is a 1993 book by Leonard Cohen. It compiles many of his published poems, as well as the lyrics to his songs.

Leonard Cohen
Studio albums
  • Songs of Leonard Cohen
  • Songs from a Room
  • Songs of Love and Hate
  • New Skin for the Old Ceremony
  • Death of a Ladies' Man
  • Recent Songs
  • Various Positions
  • I'm Your Man
  • The Future
  • Ten New Songs
  • Dear Heather
  • Old Ideas
Live albums
  • Live Songs
  • Cohen Live
  • Field Commander Cohen: Tour of 1979
  • Live in London
  • Live at the Isle of Wight 1970
  • Songs from the Road
Compilations
  • The Best of Leonard Cohen
  • So Long, Marianne
  • More Best of Leonard Cohen
  • The Essential Leonard Cohen
Tribute albums
  • Famous Blue Raincoat
  • I'm Your Fan
  • Tower of Song
  • Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man
Concert tours
  • The Smokey Life Tour
  • Various Positions Tour
  • I'm Your Man Tour
  • The Future World Tour
  • Leonard Cohen Tour 2008–2010
  • Old Ideas World Tour
Songs
  • "Ain't No Cure for Love"
  • "Avalanche"
  • "Bird on the Wire"
  • "Dance Me to the End of Love"
  • "Everybody Knows"
  • "Famous Blue Raincoat"
  • "First We Take Manhattan"
  • "Hallelujah"
  • "So Long, Marianne"
  • "Suzanne"
  • "Take This Waltz"
Books
  • Let Us Compare Mythologies
  • The Spice-Box of Earth
  • The Favourite Game
  • Flowers for Hitler
  • Beautiful Losers
  • Stranger Music
  • Book of Longing
Related
  • Discography
  • Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man
  • Sharon Robinson
  • Jennifer Warnes
  • Anjani Thomas
  • Perla Batalla
  • Julie Christensen
  • Blue Alert
  • Bob Johnston
  • I Am a Hotel
  • Ladies and Gentlemen... Mr. Leonard Cohen


Famous quotes containing the words stranger and/or music:

    A Stranger came to the door at eve,
    And he spoke the bridegroom fair.
    He bore a green-white stick in his hand,
    And, for all burden, care.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    To know whether you are enjoying a piece of music or not you must see whether you find yourself looking at the advertisements of Pears’ soap at the end of the libretto.
    Samuel Butler (1835–1902)