Leonard Cohen ‎– I'm Your Man

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Columbia ‎– FC 44191
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A1 First We Take Manhattan
Coordinator [Production] – Roscoe BeckMixed By [Studio 55, Los Angeles] – Frank Wolfe*Performer, Arranged By – Jeff Fisher
5:59
A2 Ain't No Cure For Love
Bass – Peter KisilenkoDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaGuitar – Bob Stanley*Keyboards, Arranged By – Jeff FisherSaxophone – Richard BaudetVocals [Ad Lib] – Jennifer Warnes
4:49
A3 Everybody Knows
Arranged By, Keyboards – Leonard CohenEngineer [Dms Studios, Montreal] – Roger Guérin*Mixed By [Rock Steady, Second] – Fred Deschamps*Oud – John BilezikjianProducer, Arranged By, Keyboards – Michel RobidouxVocals – Jennifer WarnesWritten-By – Sharon Robinson
5:33
A4 I'm Your Man
Coordinator [Production] – Roscoe BeckDrums – Tom BrechtleinEngineer [Dms Studios, Montreal] – Roger GuerinKeyboards – Leonard CohenProducer, Drums [Fill] – Michel Robidoux
4:25
B1 Take This Waltz
Arranged By, Performer – Jean-Philippe RykielEngineer [Stagg Street Studio, Los Angeles] – Kevin BeauchampEngineer [Studio Montmartre, Paris] – Jean-Jacques PeruchonMixed By [Studio 55, Los Angeles] – Frank Wolfe*Producer – Gean-Michel Reusser*Violin – Raffi HakopianVocals – Jennifer WarnesVocals [With] – Elisabeth Valletti, Evelyine Hebey*, Mayel Assouly
5:58
B2 Jazz Police
Drums [Additional] – Vinnie ColaiutaPerformer, Written-By, Arranged By – Jeff Fisher
3:51
B3 I Can't Forget
Drums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer [Rock Steady, Los Angeles] – Billy YoudelmanKeyboards – Larry CohenPercussion – Lenny CastroPiano – Leonard CohenProducer, Arranged By – Roscoe BeckSteel Guitar – Sneaky Pete KleinowVocals [With] – Jennifer Warnes, Jude Johnstone
4:29
B4 Tower Of Song
Arranged By, Performer – Leonard CohenEngineer [With] – François DeschampsVocals – Jennifer Warnes
5:37

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Centre labels differ from I'm Your Man : dark red with whispy black shadows and only one 'Columbia' logo at 12 o'clock.

Back of cover:
"© 1988 CBS Records Inc./℗ 1988 CBS Records Inc./Manufactured by Columbia Records/CBS Records Inc./51 W. 52 Street, New York, NY/".

Lyrics of "Take this waltz" based "on a poem by Federico Garcia Lorca (Little Viennese Waltz)".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464-44191-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout, scratched): AL-44191-G1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout, scratched): BL-44191-G1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): AL 44191
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): BL 44191

Other Versions (5 of 73) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FC 44191 Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man(LP, Album) Columbia FC 44191 Canada 1988 Sell This Version
MSC.1203 Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man(Cass) Musicals MSC.1203 Thailand Unknown Sell This Version
FCT-44191, FCT 44191 Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man(Cass, Album, Dol) Columbia, Columbia FCT-44191, FCT 44191 Canada 1988 Sell This Version
CK 44191 Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man(CD, Album, RP) Columbia CK 44191 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
MM-0057 Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man(Cass, Album, Mono) Mag Magic MM-0057 Poland 1988 Sell This Version

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Martin_Technics

Martin_Technics

May 13, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Large soundstage! Warmest "synthesizer sound" I've ever heard. Bought new on fall 2003 in Montreal (probably NOS) in a small HMV vinyl bin. The vocal is grainy and backing music clean and pure as possible. The pressing is perfect in every point of view. I even compared it closely to my CD version and I must admit that this vinyl pressing sounds a whole lot better (at least on my audio equipment). I listened to it maybe 25 times and took good care of it and I would list it as Mint since it shows no wear nor default. I am a proud owner of a PERFECT record! I agree to sell it for 10 000 $. Anyone interested?
yeeyeayea

yeeyeayea

September 18, 2015
does anyone know why the label to this one is different?