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  • CD (29 janvier 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005V8J3
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Disque : 1

  1. Cross My Heart
  2. Flower Lady
  3. Outside Of A Small Circle Of Friends
  4. Pleasures Of The Harbor
  5. The Crucifixion
  6. Tape From California
  7. The War Is Over
  8. Rehearsals For Retirement
  9. William Butler Yeats Visits Lincoln Park And Escapes Unscathed
  10. No More Songs
  11. Chords Of Fame
  12. I Ain't Marchin' Anymore (Live)

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Folk Noir before anyone called it that... 1 juillet 2007
Par John Grimlan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This little compilation brings together on one CD some gems from the later years of one of America's finest folk singers, from a time near the end of his life where idealism had given way to disillusionment at the same time as his musical creativity was taking new and unexpected directions. This CD includes his apocalyptic folk masterpiece "The Crucifixion" in its original studio version from the "Pleasures Of The Harbor" LP, complete with dark, disturbing, and dissonant effects that anticipate similar stylistic element in contemporary dark folk artists like Darkwood and Current 93 by several decades. That track alone is worth the price of this CD.
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Music as relevant now as it was when it was written 27 août 2011
Par R. Banker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As one who was around in the 60's and still listens to Phil Ochs, I thought I'd set jblyn's record straight in showing that Phil's topical songs are more current than ever, so updateable with little effort- example, you'll find on youtube "Here's to the State of Sarah Palin" based on Phil's "Here's to the State of Mississippi" , that "White Boots Marching in a Yellow Land" only needs "Arab" substituting for "Yellow" to remain contemporary. The recent inner city riots in Britain makes "In the Heat of the Summer" both as politically and poetically insightful and relevant as ever. "Love me I'm a Liberal" 's payoff ending of "Sure once I was young and impulsive/ I wore every conceivable pin /Even went to the socialist meetings / Learned all the old union hymns / But I've grown older and wiser /And that's why I'm turning you in /So love me, love me, love me, I'm a liberal" is intensely relevant criticism of too many who sell their souls for material advantage. Yes, jblyn's review is mean minded and written under the influence of too many American cop shows and, no, the complete set of Phil's CDs is out there in the market place and the real problem is that Phil has been simply written out of history as does Martin Scorsese's otherwise excellent 'No Direction Home' Dylan biography does for Phil and all his folk contemoraries.

Back to business in reviewing this compilation, this largely covers Phil's later music and will invert the more usual listening progress of progressing from Phil's topical songs on which his reputation was founded (except I ain't Marching) but will reward the listener with an enquiring mind. "Flower Lady" is a sweetly musical lament to the lack of kindness in urban life, contrasting with the more upbeat "Cross My Heart" while 'Outside of A Small Circle of Friends" is a caustic political attack on apathy set to contrasting ragtime jazz background. "The War is Over" continues the antiwar theme of "I ain't Marching Anymore" (his signature tune and relevant then and now) .More disturbing but rewarding listening is "The Crucifixion" a timeless allegory of hero sacrifice set to a background of the London Symphony Orchestra on acid (The Beatles 'Day in the Life" was surely an influence) and Phil's chilling setting of urban desolation after the demonstation's finished in "William Butler Yeates" linking with 'Rehearsals for Retirement" marking the shattering of his hopes after the 1968 Chicago Convention riots. Most prescient for this age is the ironically rock and roll "Chords of Fame" singing about the destructive effects of celebrity (which Melanie's simple folk version outdoes). All in all, a good selection of songs which will amply repay further investigation.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
One of the best of the 1960s and 70s 12 janvier 2012
Par SPF - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Phil Ochs is a lost treasure. IMO, far more talented than the much more famous Bob Dylan, his golden voice; beautiful, but often biting lyrics; and his guitar deserve much more attention than they have gotten. His songs of protest are as vital today as when he wrote them.
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not difficult to listen to 25 mars 2013
Par james gray - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
this remastered best of phil ochs was appreciated. i was never real familiar with alot of the more folky 60's songwriters. if it wasn't bob dylan or joni mitchell, i never had much interest. i mean i love donovan but i don't really consider him folk and actually i don't consider most dylan or mitchell folk either.Another problem with a viewpoint I held for quite some time was that both Dylan and Mitchell had many more recordings in other decades than the 60's, like say the 70's. I would have loved to have seen Ochs with his not bad but somewhat limited voice sing with a Joni Mitchell or Melanie Safka or like Leonard Cohen have those accomplished McGarrigle sisters offer actual vocal coloring to everything he did. He was not Donovan or did not have such an ugly but authoritative voice as that 'tambourine man' dylan. He had a very clear and pleasant voice but nothing that emoted like Tom Paxton or whispered beauty with pain like Cohen or out and out proclaimed some uncited truth like Dylan. He could not accurately express the personal like a Melanie Safka and even his songs of redemption did not have the effect of Bob Marley . So why do I even recommend this Ochs remastering? Simply to suffer through his attempts to musically express his many reflections on human existence and political issues that came at a time when record companies and celebrity media machines only pushed this type material as far as it was relevant to some response. Not much different today.
Some of Ochs' lyrics are quite contemporary 40 years later and some are just historically interesting. The musical styles he attempted to employ are also interesting. What would work amazingly well for other artists decades later did not seem to accomodate him. It might have been due to studio time, the lack of expertise in some musicians the studio gave him or so many factors. What does stand out is that lyrically he seemed to have a very distinct direction and it was one not concerned with just his own personal trials and tribulations although that direction may have served him best.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Fantastic! 24 avril 2015
Par Alice M - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
If you like Phil Ochs you'll love this collection of songs. He has such a clear "honest" voice. If you've never heard Phil Ochs your missing a great American singer from the 60's folk era. He has a nice way with lyrics to get his point across.
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