Win the Leonard Cohen Collection
Five sets of five CDs to win
Thursday 30 June 2011
For four decades, Leonard Cohen has been one of our most important and influential songwriters. His dark poetic vision has always rivaled that of Bob Dylan, and over the years his songs have inspired countless covers by artists ranging from Johnny Cash to Nick Cave.
"To hear him sing is still an experience to truly make young women and romantics shiver," says The Independent's critic David Pollock.
Now, five classic Cohen albums are being released together in a special five-disc collection - and the Independent has, appropriately enough, five copies to give away. These albums are "Songs Of Leonard Cohen", "Various Positions", "I’m Your Man", "The Future" and "Ten New Songs". To enter, simply answer the question below.
This competition closes on Friday 29 July. The Independent's usual terms and conditions apply.
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