“Canadian musician Allison Crowe’s uniquely potent interpretation is heard on her album/CD, “Tidings”.
“Allison Crowe’s live take on Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” so redefined an approach to the song it was plenty controversial in the first years of this century.
“Once that dam burst, and hundreds of covers poured forth, Crowe’s version took its place as a much-loved, classic, interpretation.”
Hm. Well, I don’t know if it redefined the approach to performing this song, but it is a pretty damn good interpretation of the song. Honestly, I wanted to hear a version of this song sung by a woman. All the ones I’ve heard have been sung by men.
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