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Album · 2009 · 15 Songs. See All. Super Songs of the 70's, Vol. 1. 2009. 5. 7. 8. 2. 6.

5. Catch a Falling Star. Give Me a Little Sign.

Super Songs of the 50 & 60's, Vol. 13. Release Date.

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1. Back To Black - Made famous by Amy Winehouse. Back To Black (Made famous by Amy Winehouse).

Here on his debut album ‘Songs Of Leonard Cohen’ he bids farewell to Marianne, his love and muse throughout the 60s, with a pristine bit of poetry and a typically stately and swinging folk-pop arrangement. Fresh from persuading Serge Gainsbourg not to release their version of ‘Je T’Aim. oi Non Plus’, Brigitte Bardot again teamed up with the oily old goat to release this wonderfully louche, hypnotic (and occasionally tuneless) tribute to the gun-toting outlaw couple. It’s easy to underestimate the raw power and sheer importance of the Motor City Five, who let’s not forget were writing punk tracks seven years before the Pistols. Less breaking boundaries than headbutting them into submission, the MC5 exploded into a clueless ’69 with their debut album of the same name, and this nitrous calling card would stamp firm their legacy forever.