Phil Ochs: A Bio-Bibliography - Bio-Bibliographies in Music (Hardback)
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Phil Ochs: A Bio-Bibliography - Bio-Bibliographies in Music (Hardback)

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Hardback 336 Pages / Published: 30/09/1999
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This volume in the Greenwood Press series Bio-Bibliographies in Music provides an overview of Phil Ochs' life and career, an annotated guide to the literature by and about Phil Ochs, and an extensive discography of his recordings. Biographical information traces his career up until his untimely suicide in 1976 and highlights the influences on his music and the numerous ways in which his music and political views influenced others. The guide to the literature includes not only articles and books but also album reviews, concert reviews and interviews. The extensive information compiled in this guide will be of interest to popular music scholars and to Phil Ochs' enthusiasts alike. Of special interest to many will be the unique section that details Ochs' appearances in various films and television programs. An alphabetical song listing, an appendix listing his concerts, and an index complete the volume.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780313310294
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 633 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 29 mm
Edition: Annotated edition


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"This reviewer cannot think of anything that has been left out. This research guide will serve as the starting point for any future studies of the exciting, complex life and times of Phil Ochs. Highly recommended."-Choice
?This reviewer cannot think of anything that has been left out. This research guide will serve as the starting point for any future studies of the exciting, complex life and times of Phil Ochs. Highly recommended.?-Choice
"It is the voice of the best America can be. It can't be silenced. It is the voice of Phil Ochs."-Michael Moorcock Author of Mother London Winner of the Guardian Fiction Prize
"Dave Cohen's book is a gigantic labor of love, an invaluable source for those interested in the work and obsessions of Phil Ochs. To read through its contents is to rediscover an era of hope and rage, beauty and discoloration--all reported by a troubadour who paid the dearest of prices for sending his messages from the heart. I wish I'd had this book when I was researching my biography."-Michael Schumacher Author There But for Fortune

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