Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune

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Abe

I'm a big fan of Phil Ochs as a musician. I knew about some of the story of his life, the movie presented me a more complete picture. Phil Ochs was great, I still listen to him. There is a sweetness to Phil Ochs and a bit of a jokester. RIP.

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