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One of the most fascinating singer-songwriters-and most tragic figures-of the '60s folk revival is heard here live in Montreal, just months before the release of his ornately orchestrated debut for A&M, "Pleasures of the Harbor." Here, he's armed only with his guitar, riveting the crowd with "Crucifixion," "Power and the Glory," "Pleasures of the Harbor," "There but for Fortune," "Outside of a Small Circle of Friends," "Miranda," "Changes" and more. You'll hear 85 minutes of live Phil Ochs in his prime on the two vinyl LPs, or well over two hours on the 2 CDs. Rock Beat.
One of the most fascinating singer-songwriters-and most tragic figures-of the '60s folk revival is heard here live in Montreal, just months before the release of his ornately orchestrated debut for A&M, "Pleasures of the Harbor." Here, he's armed only with his guitar, riveting the crowd with "Crucifixion," "Power and the Glory," "Pleasures of the Harbor," "There but for Fortune," "Outside of a Small Circle of Friends," "Miranda," "Changes" and more. You'll hear 85 minutes of live Phil Ochs in his prime on the two vinyl LPs, or well over two hours on the 2 CDs. Rock Beat.
089353335120
Phil Ochs - Live In Montreal 10/22/66

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Format: CD
Label: RKBT
Rel. Date: 05/05/2017
UPC: 089353335120

Live In Montreal 10/22/66
Artist: Phil Ochs
Format: CD
New: In Stock $19.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cross My Heart (Live)
2. Song of My Returning (Live)
3. The Bells (Live)
4. Flower Lady (Live)
5. Miranda (Live)
6. Joe Hill (Live)
7. I'm Going to Say It Now (Live)
8. Pleasures of the Harbor (Live)
9. I Ain't Marching Anymore (Live) 1
10. Outside of a Small Circle of Friends (Live) 1
11. I've Had Her (Live) 1
12. There But for Fortune (Live) 1
13. Cops of the World (Live) 1
14. Crucifixion (Live) 1
15. Is There Anybody Here' (Live) 1
16. Changes (Live) 1
17. Party (Live) 1
18. Doesn't Lenny Live Here Anymore' (Live) 1
19. Power and the Glory (Live) 2
20. Chaplain of the War (Live)

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One of the most fascinating singer-songwriters-and most tragic figures-of the '60s folk revival is heard here live in Montreal, just months before the release of his ornately orchestrated debut for A&M, "Pleasures of the Harbor." Here, he's armed only with his guitar, riveting the crowd with "Crucifixion," "Power and the Glory," "Pleasures of the Harbor," "There but for Fortune," "Outside of a Small Circle of Friends," "Miranda," "Changes" and more. You'll hear 85 minutes of live Phil Ochs in his prime on the two vinyl LPs, or well over two hours on the 2 CDs. Rock Beat.
        
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