Phil Ochs – Discography

Posted by Green on November 29, 2020as

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Philip David Ochs (/ˈoʊks/; December 19, 1940 – April 9, 1976) was an American protest singer (or, as he preferred, a topical singer) and songwriter who was known for his sharp wit, sardonic humor, earnest humanism, political activism, insightful and alliterative lyrics, and distinctive voice. He wrote hundreds of songs in the 1960s and 1970s.

Studio albums
1964 – All the News That’s Fit to Sing (128-256 kbps)
1965 – I Ain’t Marching Anymore (320 kbps)
1967 – Pleasures Of The Harbor (160 kbps)
1968 – Tape from California (128 kbps)
1969 – Rehearsals for Retirement (128-320 kbps)
1970 – Greatest Hits (256 kbps)

Live albums
1966 – Live in Montreal (192 kbps)
1966 – Phil Ochs in Concert (128 kbps)
1973 – 05/26/73 (The Stable, East Lansing) (192 kbps)
1975 – Gunfight at Carnegie Hall (191-198 kbps)
1990 – There & Now – Live in Vancouver 1968 (256 kbps)
1996 – Live At Newport (160 kbps)
2009 – Amchitka – The 1970 Concert That Launched Greenpeace (192 kbps)

Posthumous releases & compilations
1976 – Chords Of Fame (160 kbps)
1976 – Sings For Broadside (160 kbps)
1987 – A Toast To Those Who Are Gone (192 kbps)
1988 – The War Is Over (The Best Of Phil Ochs) (256 kbps)
1989 – The Broadside Tapes 1 (128 kbps)
1997 – American Troubadour (320 kbps)
1997 – Farewells & Fantasies (128 kbps)
2000 – The Early Years (128 kbps)
2010 – On My Way: 1963 Demo Session (151-162 kbps)

Various rarities
1963 – Camp Favorites (128 kbps)
1975 – Last Stand at Gerde’s (Live July 1975) (160 kbps)
Other rarities (80-320 kbps)

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