Monday, 11 July 2011

Phil Ochs in the News

Film Review: Bob Dylan Revealed
Crawdaddy! The Magazine of Rock
Ken Bowser's biopic Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune is one, as is Scorsese's No Direction Home: Bob Dylan and Pennebaker's portrait of Dylan Don't Look ...

Legal scholar strums Phil Ochs' anthem of engagement at convocation
More News, Legal scholar strums Phil Ochs' anthem of engagement at convocation. During his convocation address to graduates of Osgoode Hall Law School on ...

Yield to the euphony
Times of India
As American protest singer Phil Ochs famously said: 'One good song with a message can bring a point more deeply to more people than a thousand rallies'. ...

The List: Rock stars too young to die
Washington Times
Phil Ochs — The American folk singer who wrote such protest songs as “There but for Fortune,” “The War Is Over” and the patriotic song “Power and the Glory” ...

New Coen Brothers Film May Highlight Greenwich Village Folk Scene
... are potentially headed downtown for their next big-screen feature, a story about famed musician Dave Van Ronk and the dawn of the '60s folk music scene in New York's Greenwich Village that helped make Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell and Phil Ochs famous. ...

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