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New Box Set for Leonard Cohen Catalog

Release to include all of his studio, live recordings

September 21, 2011 9:05 AM ET
New Box Set for Leonard Cohen Catalog

Leonard Cohen's sprawling, highly acclaimed body of work is about to be collected in a new box set featuring everything he has released. The Complete Albums Collection will be released in two forms on October 11th – a 17-disc set with all of his albums including live recordings, and an 11-disc version with only his studio releases.

Photos: Leonard Cohen at Songwriters Hall of Fame
Each disc in the set will be packaged in a "mini-LP replica" CD sleeve, and the package will include a thick booklet featuring extensive liner notes, discographical annotations and an essay by Cohen scholar Pico Iyer. All of the music in the set has been remastered from the original analog master tapes.


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