June 21, 1982; Moses Znaimer (left) chats with Leonard Cohen (right). Photo by Erin Combs/Toronto Star via Getty Images

As fans mourn the death this week of famed troubadour and poet Leonard Cohen, Moses Znaimer spoke with Zoomer Radio's The Happy Gang about his feelings on the loss of his friend and recounts his personal memories of the legendary artist.

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Tune in this Saturday and Sunday at 4:30pm for a special Moses Znaimer edition of The Leonard Show as part of The Immortals.

Back in 2004, Leonard Cohen also joined a tribute to Moses, saying, "In a certain sense he's the CPR of music, he's the railroad of music. There's never been such a unity of appreciation of Canadian Music, nobodies ever done anything remotely like what Moses has done. He's really stretched the rail from one end of the county to the other."

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