Saturday, 3 September 2011

Mississippi still burning

Mississippi still burning
The Student Printz
In 1964, Phil Ochs wrote a song he called "Here's to the State of Mississippi." In it, he lamented the presence of the Klan and the refusal of the people of ...

Ochs For Folks
Frost Magazine
by Roy Phillips Phil Ochs was a singer / songwriter in the 60s categorized as `folk' or 'protest' – a contemporary and friend of Bob Dylan. ...

Morello electric on 'Rebel Songs'
Toronto Sun
I didn't want to do a watered down Audioslave as a solo thing, I was really getting deeply into the folk music of the early Dylan, Phil Ochs, Woody Guthrie, ...

New Coen Brothers Movie About '60s Folk Legend Gets Financing, Is Titled ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’
Indie Wire
... Greenwich Village scene in the 1960s that give birth a new wave of artists that included Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Ramblin' Jack Elliott and Joni Mitchell. ...

Pop Montreal: the full lineup
Join us for the alternately inspiring and tragic story Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune. Other notable screenings include the Canadian premiere of ...

Tom Morello enlists his wife for Phil Ochs homage on the cover of his latest record
“The cover is an homage to a Phil Ochs' live record, Gunfight at Carnegie Hall,” explains Morello. “The moll on the cover is actually my wife. She was like, 'I'm not ...

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