Iím Your Man is the eighth studio album by Leonard Cohen, released in 1988.
The album marked Cohenís further move to a more modern sound, with many songs having a synthpop production.
The song ĹEverybody KnowsĹ was one of Cohenís first writing collaborations with Sharon Robinson, who would become a frequent collaborator in the future.
Most notably, Robinson co-wrote every song on Cohenís 2001 outing Ten New Songs.
In ĹTower of SongĹ, Cohen discusses songwriting and acknowledges the influence of Hank Williams (Ĺa hundred floors above meĹ).
ĹIím Your ManĹ was number 1 in Norway for 16 weeks.
The album is silver in the UK and gold in Canada.
It was ranked 51 on Pitchfork Mediaís list of the 100 best albums of the 1980s.
Tom Waits has named it one of his favourite albums.
Slant Magazine listed the album at #29 on its list of ĹBest Albums of the 1980ísĹ.
Nick Cave performed the song ĹIím Your ManĹ in the film Leonard Cohen: Iím Your Man.
Jarvis Cocker performed the song ĹI Canít ForgetĹ in the film Leonard Cohen: Iím Your Man.