Leonard Cohen by numbers: the legend's chart history in detail

With one Top 40 single and six Top 10 albums to his credit, singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen - who died last week, aged 82 - is far from being one of the UK's most successful chartmakers, but he is one of the more interesting, with several notable achievements to his credit.

Born in Montreal on September 21, 1934, Cohen came late to recording, being 33 years old when his debut album, Songs Of Leonard Cohen was released in 1967. He was ...

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