One night after presenting the 1967 debut album of Mr. Leonard Cohen, "Songs of Leonard Cohen", we will be re-telling the album on Friday, March 20th right here at Eddie's Attic. We'll be doing two shows that night, in fact. The first will start at 7:30, and the late show starts at 10. Our show will feature Dwayne Shivers, Lonnie Holley and Marshall Ruffin, a lineup worthy of Leonard's haunting and brooding ballads. And we'll be serving "Suzanne's Greek Stew" and "Marianne's Red Needle" cocktails to compliment the sonics. The ATL Collective creates musical events that seek to replicate the intimate experience of listening to an album for the first time, going track by track, reading through the liner notes and turning over the record, truly enjoying the music for what it is, without distractions. Each month, the ATL Collective picks a classic album and collectively covers the track list in sequence, completing the event with themed refreshments for attendees. Previous albums have included The Beatles' Abbey Road, The Clash's London Calling, Neil Young's Harvest Moon, Van Morrison's Tupelo Honey and the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds, to name a few.