The new album is fine, aged in ancient angst and merriment, smartly produced, partly spoken, some parts thick with women's voices and vibes and saxophones. Cohen has brought in some partners in his latest caper -- Lord Byron, Qubecois poet and socialist F.R. Scott, and composer/singer/musician Anjani Thomas, who has worked with Cohen for some years now. The World Trade Center takes center stage on "On That Day," and even Pee Wee King climbs in at the end of the disc, when Cohen covers "The Tennessee Waltz," with an additional verse. Cohen fans, you know who you are. Come and get it.