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Radio 2 - Hallelujah programme on now. Anyone else listening?

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Scootergrrrl Sat 01-Nov-08 19:35:05

Bugger the X-Factor - listen to the programme on Radio 2 now all about Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah and the millions of covers of it. It's so lovely (and I'm listening to it in Germany on my new internet radio which is also lovely....)

southeastalien Sun 02-Nov-08 11:46:51

yes it was very good wasn't it! i'm going to perfect my own version

MurderousMarla Sun 02-Nov-08 11:58:36

Ooh I forgot about this - got it on now on Listen Again

purplemonkeydishwasher Sun 02-Nov-08 19:50:56

listen again

i just came on to start a thread about it - but you've beaten me!

Scootergrrrl Sun 02-Nov-08 21:05:19

I mock your listening again..... grin

barking Sun 02-Nov-08 21:14:56

Another fan, love the Jeff Buckley version, especially when he combined the song 'I Know It's Over' with it, completely blew me away. I never tire of listening to it.

beanieb Sun 02-Nov-08 21:17:43

did they play the Welsh version?

southeastalien Sun 02-Nov-08 21:22:08

the leonard cohen tribute lp is well worth listening to, one of my favs, i'll be your fan

SlartyBartFast Sun 02-Nov-08 21:23:11

excellent, i listened to a bit yesterday and couldnt find the listen again

sfxmum Sun 02-Nov-08 21:26:05

I listened to it yesterday on player well worth it loved the John Cale version and the one someone did in the shower, who was that?

still prefer the Jeff Buckley one and the occasionally love to listen to the original

barking Sun 02-Nov-08 21:29:16

Jeff Buckley Youtube

barking Sun 02-Nov-08 21:30:28

whoops here

plus3 Sun 02-Nov-08 21:35:07

thank you - forgot about it, so am listening now. I too love the jeff buckley version - first one I ever heard..just beautiful. Love that my DC love too now via Shrek! Hearing them sing i t in the back of the car is just gorgeous

barking Sun 02-Nov-08 21:53:01

more lovely versions on Youtube...

Leonard Cohen

Imogen Heap

Rufus Wainwright version with lyrics!

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