"The Fourth, The Fifth, The Minor Fall": BBC Radio reflects so that all souls can hear it
Dedicated Cohen blogger 1 Heck of a Guy, who somehow managed to synchronize his birthday with this broadcast, posts this pitch-perfect note:
"Warning: Listening to this sampling of artists, critics, and other commentators talk about their perspectives on Hallelujah may put ones preconceived notions about the song at risk."
Happy All Soul's Day!
Labels: 1 Heck of a Guy, Alex Patsavas, Allison Crowe, Andy Wallace, BBC Radio, Bishop of Croydon, Brandi Carlile, Guy Garvey, Hallelujah, Imogen Heap, Jim Devlin, Jon Walsh, Kathryn Williams, Leonard Cohen