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The Fourth, the Fifth, the Minor Fall

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Elbow frontman Guy Garvey anticipates next June's 25th anniversary of Leonard Cohen 's stirring ballad Hallelujah, which has emerged as one of the most regarded songs written by a Canadian and whose biblical, sexual and emotional aspects have been interpreted by dozens of artists and used in a variety of contexts, from film (Basquiat and Shrek) to television (Holby City and Ugly Betty). Featuring input from music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas , the Bishop of Croydon, artists who have covered the song (Kathryn Williams , Imogen Heap , Christine Collister and Allison Crowe ) and engineer Andy Wallace , who worked on the famous version that appeared on the late Jeff Buckley 's 1994 album Grace. Producer Richard Mcllroy

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Garvey
Unknown: Leonard Cohen
Unknown: Alexandra Patsavas
Song: Kathryn Williams
Song: Imogen Heap
Song: Christine Collister
Song: Allison Crowe
Unknown: Andy Wallace
Unknown: Jeff Buckley
Producer: Richard McLlroy

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The Fourth, the Fifth, the Minor Fall

BBC Radio 2, 1 November 2008 19.00






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