Leonard Cohen
3 April 1972
Kungliga Tennishallen, Stockholm, Sweden


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"Home taping salvages music"!


TT: 48:15.00

01. [6:18.68] So Long, Marianne
02. [3:59.45] You Know Who I Am
03. [3:32.68] The Butcher
04. [5:33.22] Famous Blue Raincoat
05. [4:54.50] Story of Isaac
06. [5:44.48] Joan of Arc
07. [4:04.21] Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye
08. [6:06.10] The Partisan (Anna Marly/Emmanuel d'Astier de la Vigerie/Hy Zaret)
09. [4:19.58] Suzanne
10. [3:40.60] Seems So Long Ago, Nancy

Complete TV broadcast as shown on 9 June 1973.
The only rendition of "The Butcher" in 1972.


t1 [4:03-04] drop-out
t4 [4:23] drop-out
t5 [3:04] drop-out


The band is:

Leonard Cohen - vocals, acoustic guitar

Jennifer Warnes - vocals
Donna Washburn - vocals
Ron Cornelius - guitar
David O'Connor - guitar
Peter Marshall - bass
Bob Johnston - keyboards



***before SO LONG, MARIANNE:
So Long, Marianne, folks.

***SO LONG, MARIANNE - extra verse:
Oh, tonight, I know I'm gonna forget tonight
But your body's at home in every sea
How come you gave away your news to everyone
I thought that you said it was a secret just for me

It's a common place to say it today, but it's a song that was written for two people, for a woman and a man, and especially for a woman whom I had to share with another man. But you know, it's true when they say that there won't be any free men until there are free women.

***before STORY OF ISAAC:
I sing this song for the butchers. And for the victims.

***after STORY OF ISAAC:
[off mike]: Joan of Arc. Joan of Arc.

***before JOAN OF ARC:
The song I wrote for a brave woman.

***before THE PARTISAN:
If you want to stay, I'll sing some songs. You know, I don't like going through this coy scene of... If anybody's got some lover waiting back home, I'll understand if they wanna leave, but I'll sing a couple of songs now.

***after THE PARTISAN:
[off mike:] Suzanne. Suzanne.


Last rev. 9Oct07