|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Tell Me Everything||3||Audio||1998||Columbia|
|5||Four In The Morning||3||Audio||2007||Not On Label|
|9||Tell Me Everything||3||Audio||1998||Columbia|
|10||What Other Guy||3||Audio||2011|
|11||Like A Man||3||Audio||2011||Cooking Vinyl|
|12||Like A Man||10||Audio||2011|
|13||Like A Man||4||Audio||2011||Cooking Vinyl|
|14||Tell Me Everything||4||Audio||1998||Columbia|
|16||Like A Man||10||Audio||2011||Cooking Vinyl|
|18||Like A Man||10||Audio||2011||Cooking Vinyl|
|19||Like A Man||10||Audio||2011||Cooking Vinyl|
|20||We Go Home||11||Audio||2014||Cooking Vinyl|
|21||We Go Home||11||Audio||2014-09-15||Cooking Vinyl|
|22||We Go Home||11||Audio||2014-09-15||Cooking Vinyl|
Canadian musician, singer and songwriter, born 18 September 1972 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Son of [a=Leonard Cohen].
At age 12, Adam started playing music and by age 15, he had grown serious enough to consider himself a full-fledged musician. His influences ranged from Steely Dan to Sting to Stevie Wonder.
On the strength of his ability as a songwriter, singer, guitarist & keyboardist, Adam was signed to Sony Music in 1996. His self-titled debut album was released in 1998, a french language album followed in 2004 & 2005 saw Adam no longer as a solo-artist but lead singer of the Los Angeles based band the Low Millions and their debut album 'Ex-Girlfriends'.