Vinyl Cave: Pleasures of the Harbor by Phil Ochs
One of the cruelest ironies of the meanderingly brilliant and star-crossed career of Phil Ochs is that, years after his suicide, he's still accused of only being a follower of trends set by Bob Dylan.
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Since: Dec 08
#1 Feb 26, 2013
I suppose "Pleasures of the Harbor" was supposed to be following the lead of "Blonde on Blonde", but there's almost nothing similar between Phil Ochs and Dylan by this point... Ochs' later sound, to me, is almost utterly unique to himself.
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