Borderline personality disorder, autism, narcissism, psychosis, Asperger's: All of these syndromes have one thing in common—lack of empathy. In some cases, this absence can be dangerous, but in others it can simply mean a different way of seeing the world.
Leonard Cohen's return to touring in 2008 kicked off a remarkably productive and satisfying third act in his career, and his continued enthusiasm for live performances has been both surprising and rewarding, as Cohen has reminded his fans that he's one of the most compelling artists you can see on a stage, even in his eighth decade. But Cohen has also released three live albums since his comeback – 2009's Live in London, 2010's Songs from the Road, and 2014's Live in Dublin – and even his most loyal patrons must be wondering how badly they need a fourth. Product overkill might keep some of Cohen's fans away from 2015's Can't Forget: A Souvenir of the Grand Tour, which features live performances and soundcheck recordings from 2012 and 2013 road dates, but from a strict standpoint of quality, Cohen's batting average is still admirably high, and this album once again leaves no doubt as to his continued strength as a vocalist.
Official reissue of ultra-rare 1970 underground fuzzed basement psych rock private press record. Original pressings on the Castle label are impossible to find and demand big money on the collector market. The sound is raw primitive distorted rock ‘n roll in it’s purest form, inspired by the likes of Cream, Blue Cheer, Jimi Hendrix, Nazz, Illusion, Steppenwolf and others. Featured here is over 74 minutes of music including 10 non-lp bonus tracks and some early 70s cuts from, post-Negative Space outfit, Snow! The 12-page booklet includes liner notes from guitarist Rob Russen, photos and lyrics.