Interviews with Phil Ochs
- Interviews with Phil Ochs
Name = Interviews with Phil Ochs
Type = studio
Artist = Phil Ochs
Released = 1976
Recorded = 1968
Genre = Folk
Last album = "Songs for Broadside"
This album = "Interviews with Phil Ochs"
Next album = "A Toast to Those Who Are Gone"
"Interviews with Phil Ochs", alternatively known as "Broadside Ballads, Vol. 11", is, as its title states, an interview with folksinger Phil Ochs conducted by Broadside Magazine around 1968 and released around eight years later, after Ochs' April 1976 suicide.
*An introduction and background of Ochs, focusing on the past.
*A general frustration with America circa 1968.
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