"[Several tracks] retain as much relevance and potency as Dylan's early work."
1.I Ain't Marching Anymore
2.In The Heat Of The Summer
3.Draft Dodger Rag
4.That's What I Want To Hear
5.That Was The President
7.The Highway Man
8.Links On The Chain
9.Hills Of West Virginia
10.The Men Behind The Guns
11.Talking Birmingham Jam
12.Ballad Of The Carpenter
13.Days Of Decision
14.Here's To The State Of Mississippi
Includes liner notes by Phil Ochs and Bruce Jackson.
Like most of the New York folkies of the early '60s, Phil Ochs got his start playing benefits and clubs around Greenwich Village before being invited to the prestigious Newport Folk Festival and then making a debut album. I AIN'T MARCHING ANYMORE is a quickly recorded, unpretentious collection of solo guitar and voice tunes. The title track sets the sometimes bitter tone, matching the heartfelt passion of early Bob Dylan or Joan Baez to the deadpan irony of Richard Farina, an element of Ochs' music which was never far from the surface. "That Was the President" and the instant classic "Draft Dodger Rag" find their humor in the absurdity of global politics, while the scathing "Here's to the State of Mississippi" is pure bile. The remastered sound is excellent, making the record sound somehow even more immediate.
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