Folksinger and quintessential left-leaning activist Phil Ochs floated around the edges of Greenwich Village royalty in the ’60s, maintaining an on-again, off-again friendship/rivalry with Bob Dylan and writing such songs as “I Ain’t Marchin’ Anymore” and “There But for Fortune,” which injected the influences of Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger into topical subjects. Like Dylan, he later traded the straight folkie image for forays into new realms of pop music, adopting an orchestrated singer-songwriter persona later on and even donning a Nudie... More >>>