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Name:Phil Ochs All the News Thats Fit to Sing

Total Size: 50.32 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

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Stream: Watch Online @ Movie4u

Last Updated: 2016-05-29 10:06:42 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2008-08-10 15:43:21



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01 One More Parade.mp3 (Size: 50.32 MB) (Files: 16)

 01 One More Parade.mp3

3.86 MB

 02 The Thresher.mp3

3.37 MB

 03 Talking Vietnam.mp3

4.14 MB

 04 Lou Marsh.mp3

4.78 MB

 05 Power and the Glory.mp3

2.68 MB

 06 Celia.mp3

3.73 MB

 07 The Bells.mp3

3.67 MB

 08 Automation Song.mp3

2.57 MB

 09 Ballad of William Worthy.mp3

2.59 MB

 10 Knock on the Door.mp3

3.29 MB

 11 Talking Cuban Crisis.mp3

3.20 MB

 12 Bound for Glory.mp3

3.83 MB

 13 Too Many Martyrs.mp3

3.28 MB

 14 What's That I Hear.mp3

2.37 MB

 15 Bullets of Mexico.mp3

2.96 MB

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All The News That's Fit to Sing was Phil Ochs' first album. Recorded in 1964 for Elektra Records, it was full of many elements that would come back throughout his career. It was the album that defined his "singing journalist" phase, strewn with songs whose roots were allegedly pulled from Newsweek magazine. It is one in a long line of folk albums used to tell stories about everyday struggles and hardships.

Among these stories was that of William Worthy, an American journalist who traveled to Cuba in spite of an embargo on the country who was forbidden to return to the United States. Civil rights figures Medgar Evers and Emmett Till were lionized in "Too Many Martyrs" (alternatively known as "The Ballad of Medgar Evers".) Two "talking blues" using the melody to the old folk song "John Hardy" jabbed sarcastic at Vietnam and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Even a poem by Edgar Allan Poe, "The Bells", was set to music. "The Thresher" was an ode to the sinking of the nuclear-powered American submarine, the USS Thresher: "And she'll always run silent/And she'll always run deep." Also included was one of Ochs' widest known songs, "Power and the Glory".


[edit] Track listing
All songs by Phil Ochs unless otherwise noted.

"One More Parade" (P. Ochs, B. Gibson) – 3:00
"The Thresher" – 2:50
"Talkin' Vietnam" – 3:38
"Lou Marsh" – 4:04
"Power and the Glory" – 2:15
"Celia"– 3:08)
"The Bells" (E. A. Poe, with musical adaptation by P. Ochs) – 3:00
"Automation Song" – 2:08
"Ballad of William Worthy" – 2:15
"Knock on the Door" – 2:47
"Talkin' Cuban Crisis" – 2:40
"Bound for Glory" – 3:15
"Too Many Martyrs" (Ochs, Gibson) – 2:46
"What's That I Hear" – 2:00

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