Phil Ochs - Chords Of Fame album flac
Title: Chords Of Fame
Style: Folk Rock, Folk
MP3 album: 1996 mb
FLAC album: 1972 mb
Other formats: MP2 AAC MMF AU APE MPC AC3
Genre: Rock / Folk and Country
Chords Of Fame was a 2-LP compilation of folksinger Phil Ochs' career, compiled by his brother shortly after Ochs' death in 1976. Released on A&M Records, it compiled tracks Ochs had recorded for both that label and Elektra Records. The compilation included several rarities: An electric version of "I Ain't Marching Anymore", released as a single in the UK in 1966. Both sides of a 1974 single: "Power and the Glory", recorded with a fife and drum corps.
Posted by: Alberto Montalbano By Phil Ochs, E I found him by the stage last night D A He was breathing his last breath E A bottle of wine and a cigarette D A Was all that he had left, "I . D A. If you want to keep your song, E a g a. Don't, don't, don't, don't play the chords of fame.
Chords Of Fame, 19. Crucifixion (Live), 20. The War Is Over, 21. Jim Dean Of Indiana, 22. Power And The Glory, 23. Flower Lady, 24. No More Songs. More albums from Phil Ochs: Pleasures Of The Harbor by Phil Ochs. I Ain’t Marching Anymore by Phil Ochs. View all albums . Chords Of Fame.
Chords Of Fame Lyrics. I found him by the stage last night - he was breathing his last breath A bottle of wine and a cigarette was all that he had left I can see you make music 'cause you carry a guitar God help the troubadour who tries to be a star. So play the chords of love, my friend, play the chords of pain If you want to keep your song Don't, don't, don't, don't play the chords of fame
Pleasures Of The Harbor (Live). Producer – Phil Ochs. C3. Tape From California (Live). Producer – Andrew Wickham, Van Dyke Parks. C5. Crucifixion (Live). Illustration – Larry duPont. Liner Notes – Ed Sanders. Mastered By – Frank DeLuna. Written-By – B. Gibson (tracks: A1, A7), E. A. Poe (tracks: A5), P. Ochs.
Read or print original Chords Of Fame lyrics 2019 updated! E, I found him by the stage last night, D A, He wa. Songwriters: PHIL OCHS.
Compiled by noted music archivist Michael Ochs (who was also Phil Ochs' brother and manager), Chords of Fame is a peerless overview of Phil Ochs' career in music, from his early days as a "singing journalist" penning topical numbers like "Draft Dodger Rag" and "I Ain't Marchin' Anymore" to the deeply personal introspection of his later work, as typified by. "No More Songs" and "Jim Dean of Indiana.
|A1||I Ain't Marchin' Anymore (electric)||2:47|
|A2||One More Parade||3:00|
|A3||Draft Dodger Rag||2:07|
|A4||Here's To The State Of Richard Nixon (live)||2:19|
|A6||Bound For Glory||3:15|
|A7||Too Many Martyrs||2:46|
|A8||There But For Fortune||2:35|
|B1||I'm Going To Say It Now||2:46|
|B4||Is There Anybody Here?||3:17|
|B5||Love Me, I'm A Liberal||3:46|
|B6||When I'm Gone||3:51|
|C1||Outside Of A Small Circle Of Friends||3:57|
|C2||Pleasures Of The Harbor (live)||4:59|
|C3||Tape From California (live)||3:39|
|C4||Chords Of Fame||3:32|
|D1||The War Is Over||4:25|
|D2||Jim Dean Of Indiana||5:02|
|D3||Power And The Glory||2:21|
|D5||No More Songs||4:33|
|SP-4599||Phil Ochs||Chords Of Fame (2xLP, Album, Comp)||A&M Records||SP-4599||US||1976|
|SP-4599||Phil Ochs||Chords Of Fame (2xLP, Comp, Promo, Gat)||A&M Records||SP-4599||Canada||1976|
|SP-4599||Phil Ochs||Chords Of Fame (2xLP, Comp)||A&M Records||SP-4599||Canada||1976|
|AMLM 64599||Phil Ochs||Chords Of Fame (2xLP, Comp)||A&M Records||AMLM 64599||UK||1976|
|SP-4599||Phil Ochs||Chords Of Fame (2xLP, Album, Comp, Ter)||A&M Records||SP-4599||US||1976|