List of cover versions of Phil Ochs songs

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This is a list of cover versions by notable music artists of songs written by American singer-songwriter Phil Ochs, who wrote or recorded at least 238 songs during his brief career.[1] In 1965, Joan Baez had a No. 8 hit in the UK with her cover of "There but for Fortune", a song written by Ochs.[2] It was also nominated for a Grammy Award for "Best Folk Recording".[3] In the US it peaked at No. 50 on the Billboard charts[4]—a good showing, but not a hit.[5]

Except where indicated, all songs were written by Ochs.

Key[edit]

  Denotes Ochs tribute album.

List[edit]

Artist Country of origin Year Song Appearance Notes
Lauren Agnelli, Dave Rave, and the Charmers United States, Canada 1998 "Chords of Fame" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Eric Andersen United States 2005 "Changes" Waves: Great American Song Series, Vol. 2 [7]
2004 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" The Street Was Always There: Great American Song Series, Vol. 1 [8]
1998 "When I'm Gone" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
2004 "White Boots Marching in a Yellow Land" The Street Was Always There: Great American Song Series, Vol. 1 [8]
Harvey Andrews England 1978 "When I'm Gone" Folk 78 BBC Radio 2 program [9][10]
The Back Porch Majority United States 1966 "The Bells"[a] That's the Way It's Gonna Be [9]
"That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] [11]
Joan Baez United States 1965 "There but for Fortune" Joan Baez/5 [11][12]
1969 "There but for Fortune" Joan Baez in Italy
1977 "There but for Fortune" Bread & Roses Festival of Acoustic Music
Dan Barker and Kristin Lems United States 1987 "When I'm Gone" My Thoughts Are Free [13]
Richard Barone United States 2016 "When I'm Gone" Sorrows & Promises: Greenwich Village in the 1960s [14]
Bastro United States 1987 "Pretty Smart on My Part" Diablo Guapo [15]
Lars Berghagen and Anni-Frid Lyngstad Sweden 1971 "En Kväll om Sommarn"
("Changes")
Single [16]
Jello Biafra and Mojo Nixon United States 1994 "Love Me, I'm a Liberal" Prairie Home Invasion [11]
Theodore Bikel Austria 1983 "Power and the Glory" America's Music Legacy: Folk [11]
Black 47 United States 1999 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" Bleecker Street: Greenwich Village in the ’60s [17]
Rachel Bissex United States 2004 "No More Songs" In White Light [18]
Cilla Black England 1997[c] "Changes" The Abbey Road Decade 1963–1973 [11]
Curt Boettcher United States 2000[d] "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] Misty Mirage [19]
Isabelle Boulay Canada 2011 "Où Va la Chance?"
("There but for Fortune")
Les Grands Espaces [20]
Billy Bragg England 1985 "Joe Hill" Don't Mourn—Organize! Songs of Labor Songwriter Joe Hill [21]
Billy Bragg and the Pattersons England, Ireland 1985 "Chords of Fame" Andy Kershaw's BBC Radio 1 program [21][22]
The Brothers Four United States 1967 "Changes" A New World's Record [21]
Anita Bryant United States 1966 "The Power and the Glory" Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory [23]
David Buskin United States 1998 "Boy in Ohio" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Exene Cervenka United States 1991 "Do What I Have to Do"[b] Tame Yourself [21]
Chad & Jeremy England 1965 "There but for Fortune" I Don't Want to Lose You Baby [21]
Camper van Chadbourne United States 2003 "I Kill Therefore I Am" Poison Ochs: A Tribute to Phil Ochs [24]
Eugene Chadbourne United States 1994 "Another Country"[b] Another Country[e] [26]
1998 "The Big Parade"
("One More Parade")[f]
To Phil [25]
"Canons of Christianity"
1991 "Christian Canons"
("Canons of Christianity")
Chad-Born Again [28]
1986 "Cops of the World" Corpses of Foreign War [29]
1991 "Cross My Heart" Chad-Born Again[e] [28]
1998 "Here's to the State of Mississippi" To Phil [25]
"I Ain't Marching Anymore"
"I Kill Therefore I Am"
"Is There Anybody Here"
1993 "Knock on the Door" Songs[e] [30]
1998 "Outside of a Small Circle of Friends" To Phil [25]
1994 "Remember Me"[b] Another Country[e] [26]
1998 "There but for Fortune" To Phil [25]
1986 "When I'm Gone" Country Protest[e] [31]
Cher United States 1967 "There but for Fortune" With Love, Chér [32]
Vic Chesnutt United States 1999 "The Scorpion Departs But Never Returns" Athfest '98 [33]
Gene Clark United States 1990 "Changes" True Voices [32]
Judy Collins United States 1966 "In the Heat of the Summer" Fifth Album [32]
John Denver United States 1965 "What's That I Hear Now"
("What's That I Hear")
John Denver Sings [34]
Ani DiFranco United States 2000 "When I'm Gone" Swing Set [35]
Disappear Fear United States 2011 "Changes" Get Your Phil [36]
"Draft Dodger Rag"
"I Ain't Marching Anymore"
"Is There Anybody Here?"
"I've Had Her"/"Because the Night"[g]
"No More Songs"
"Outside of a Small Circle of Friends"
"Power and the Glory"
"There but for Fortune"
"When I'm Gone"
Danny Doyle Ireland 1981 "The Highwayman"[h] The Highwayman [32]
Marianne Faithfull England 1985 "Chords of Fame" Rich Kid Blues [37]
José Feliciano Puerto Rico 1966 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] A Bag Full of Soul [37]
Julie Felix United States 1968 "Bracero" This World Goes Round & Round [37]
1966 "Changes" Changes
1965 "Days of Decision" The Second Album
1967 "The Flower Lady" Flowers
Leslie Fish United States 1986 "No More Songs" Chickasaw Mountain [37]
The Four Preps United States 1967 "Draftdodger Rag" Single [37]
The Four Seasons United States 1964 "New Town"[b] Born to Wander [37]
Four to the Bar United States 1994 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" Craic on the Road: Live at Sam Maguire's [38]
Diamanda Galás United States 1998 "Iron Lady" Malediction and Prayer [39]
Dick Gaughan Scotland 1988 "When I'm Gone" Call It Freedom [39]
Bob Gibson United States 1991 "Start the Parade"
("One More Parade")[f]
Stops Along the Way [39]
1988 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] Funky in the Country
Ronnie Gilbert United States 1964 "Power and Glory" Alone with Ronnie Gilbert [39]
"What's That I Hear"
Ronnie Gilbert and Holly Near United States 1996 "Power and Glory" This Train Still Runs [39]
Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen United States 1998 "The Highwayman"[h] What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Thea Gilmore England 2004 "When I'm Gone" Loft Music [40]
Jim Glover United States 1984 "Hands"[b] Fast Folk Musical Magazine [41]
John Gorka United States 1998 "Bracero" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Greg Greenway United States 2001 "The Crucifixion" Something Worth Doing [42]
1998 "Tape from California" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Sid Griffin and Billy Bragg United States, England 1998 "Sailors and Soldiers"[b] What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Nanci Griffith United States 2002 "What's That I Hear" Winter Marquee [43]
Arlo Guthrie United States 1998 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
George Hamilton IV United States 1966 "Changes" Steel Rail Blues [44]
John Wesley Harding England 1998 "Another Age" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Françoise Hardy France 1968 "Où Va la Chance?"
("There but for Fortune")
Françoise Hardy [44]
"There but for Fortune" En Anglais
Kim and Reggie Harris United States 1995 "Changes" Spoken in Love [44]
1993 "In the Heat of the Summer" In the Heat of the Summer
1997 "In the Heat of the Summer" The Long Walk To Freedom Reunion Concert [45]
1994 "Too Many Martyrs"[i] Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Songs of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement [44]
1997 "Too Many Martyrs"[i] The Long Walk To Freedom Reunion Concert
1998 "What's That I Hear" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs
Kim and Reggie Harris, Magpie United States 1998 "Freedom Riders"[b] What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Carolyn Hester United States 1965 "What's That I Hear" Carolyn Hester at Town Hall Two [45]
The Highwaymen United States 1965 "What's That I Hear" Stop! Look! & Listen! [45]
Anne Hills United States 1998 "Iron Lady" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Bob Hudson Australia 1974 "No More Songs" The Newcastle Song [47]
Ian & Sylvia Canada 1966 "Changes" Play One More [45]
Tom Intondi United States 1995 "Flower Lady" Tom Intondi Live! [48]
Jackie and Roy United States 1966 "Changes" Changes [48]
Jason & the Scorchers United States 1989 "My Kingdom for a Car" Thunder and Fire [49]
Wyclef Jean Haiti 2009 "Here's to the State of Mississippi" Soundtrack for a Revolution [50]
Jefferson Starship United States 2008 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" Jefferson's Tree of Liberty [51]
Jim and Jean United States 1965 "The Bells"[a] Jim and Jean [48]
1966 "Changes" Changes
1968 "Cross My Heart" People World
1966 "Crucifixion" Changes
"Flower Lady"
1968 "Rhythms of Revolution"
("Ringing of Revolution")
People World
1965 "There but for Fortune" Jim and Jean
1963 "What's That I Hear" Jack Linkletter Presents a Folk Festival
Joe and Eddie United States 1965 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] Live In Hollywood [48]
1964 "What's That I Hear" Coast to Coast
Daniel Johnston and Jad Fair United States 2003 "Chords of Fame" Poison Ochs: A Tribute to Phil Ochs [24]
Josh Joplin United States 1991 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" Facts of Fortune [52]
Josh Joplin Group United States 2000 "Half a Century High" "Camera One +2" single [53]
Kind of Like Spitting United States 2005 "Draft Dodger Rag" Learn: The Songs of Phil Ochs [54]
"I Ain't Marching Anymore"
"I'm Tired"[b]
"Outside of a Small Circle of Friends"
"Remember Me"[b]
"That's What I Want to Hear"
"When I'm Gone"
"Where Were You in Chicago"
"You Can't Get Stoned Enough"[b]
Lady Gaga United States 2016 "The War Is Over" "Camden Rising", 2016 Democratic National Convention [55]
Mike Leander Orchestra England 1965 "There but for Fortune" The Folk Hits [56]
Jeannie Lewis Australia 1976 "The Crucifixion" Tears of Steel & The Clowning Cavaleras [57][58]
Gordon Lightfoot Canada 1966 "Changes" Lightfoot! [59]
The Limeliters United States 1987 "The Power and the Glory" We the People: A Musical Celebration of Our Constitution [59]
Living Voices United States 1966 "There but for Fortune" Positively 4th Street and Other Message Folk Songs [59]
Rod MacDonald United States 1998 "Pleasures of the Harbor" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Iain MacKintosh United States 1988 "When I'm Gone" Gentle Persuasion [59]
Magpie United States 1982 "Bracero" Working My Life Away [59]
1994 "How Long"[b] Seed on the Prairie [60]
1995 "How Long"[b] Spoken in Love
1997 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" The Long Walk To Freedom Reunion Concert
1998 "Power and the Glory" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
1997 "A Toast to Those Who Are Gone"[b] The Long Walk To Freedom Reunion Concert [60]
1999 "There but for Fortune" Give Light [61]
1986 "When I'm Gone" If It Ain't Love [59]
1986 "When I'm Gone" Live in Augusta
1994 "You Should've Been Down in Mississippi"[b] Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Songs of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement
Magpie, Kim and Reggie Harris United States 1994 "How Long"[b] Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Songs of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement [60]
1995 "When I'm Gone" Spoken in Love
Magpie, Kim and Reggie Harris, Matthew Jones United States 1997 "What's That I Hear" The Long Walk To Freedom Reunion Concert [60]
Lee Mallory United States 1966 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] Single [60]
David Massengill United States 1998 "Crucifixion" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Iain Matthews England 1998 "Flower Lady" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Megan McDonough and Christine Lavin United States 1998 "Gas Station Women" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Melanie United States 1971 "Chords of Fame" The Good Book [60]
1979 "Miranda" Ballroom Streets [56]
Roger Miller United States 1998 "Cops of the World" Performer shows [56][62]
The Chad Mitchell Trio United States 1964 "The Draft Dodger Rag" The Slightly Irreverent Mitchell Trio [56]
The Mitchell Trio United States 1965 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] That's the Way It's Gonna Be [32]
Modern Folk Quartet United States 1964 "The Bells"[a] Changes [56]
Katy Moffatt United States 1998 "Here's to the State of Mississippi" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
1996 "The Highwayman"[h] Midnight Radio [56]
Maria Monti Italy 1972 "Non È Solo un Caso"
("There but for Fortune")
Maria Monti e i Contrautori [63]
Christy Moore Ireland 2005 "Changes" Burning Times [64]
Ryoko Moriyama Japan 1967 "Konoha No Oka"
("Changes")
Single [56]
MWF United States 2003 "The Scorpion Departs But Never Returns" Poison Ochs: A Tribute to Phil Ochs [24]
Holly Near United States 1999 "No More Songs" Sky Dances [65]
The New Christy Minstrels United States 1966 "There but for Fortune" Single [66]
The Nields United States 2001 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" Clearwater Live! The Festival That Saved a River [67]
Lillebjørn Nilsen Norway 1979 "Forandring"
("Changes")
Oslo 3 [68]
Nina & Frederik Denmark, Netherlands 1964 "One More Parade"[f] Little Boxes and Other Favourites [69]
1966 "There but for Fortune" An Evening with Nina & Frederik at the Royal Albert Hall [70]
Oyster Band England 1990 "Gonna Do What I Have to Do"
("Do What I Have to Do")[b]
Little Rock to Leipzig [65]
Gene Parsons United States 1979 "My Kingdom for a Car" Melodies [65]
Tom Paxton United States 1998 "Draft Dodger Rag" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Pearl Jam United States 2006 "Here's to the State of Mississippi" VH1 Storytellers [71]
Peter and Gordon England, Scotland c. 1967 "Che Cos'é una Rosa"
("Flower Lady")
Single [72]
1967 "The Flower Lady" Knight in Rusty Armour [65]
Peter, Paul and Mary United States 1995 "There but for Fortune" Such Is Love [65]
The Gretchen Phillips Experience United States 1995 "There but for Fortune" Studio Sessions, Austin Music Network [44]
Shawn Phillips United States 1965 "The Bells"[a] I'm a Loner [65]
"I'm Tired"[b]
Pinhead Gunpowder United States 1997 "Song of My Returning"[b] Goodbye Ellston Avenue [73]
Pozo-Seco Singers United States 1967 "Changes" I Can Make It With You [74]
Tony Rice United States 1988 "Changes" Native American [74]
Brian Ritchie United States 1988 "Parade"
("One More Parade")[f]
Sun Ra: Man from Outer Space [74]
The Roches United States 1998 "The Bells"[a] What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Garnet Rogers Canada 1988 "Crucifixion" Speaking Softly in the Dark [74]
David Rovics United States 1998 "Draft Dodger Rag" Pay Day at Coal Creek [75]
1996 "In the Heat of the Summer" Make It So [76]
Pete Seeger United States 1964 "The Ballad of Lou Marsh" Pete Seeger Sings Little Boxes & Other Broadsides (also known as Broadside Ballads, Vol. 2) [77]
1966 "The Draft Dodger Rag" Dangerous Songs!?
1965 "The Power and the Glory" God Bless the Grass
Pete Seeger and Tao Rodríguez-Seeger United States 2001 "Draft Dodger Rag" Clearwater Live! The Festival That Saved a River [67]
The Shrubs England 1988 "Another Age" Another Age [77]
Broderick Smith England 1996 "Jim Dean of Indiana" Crayon Angels [77]
Smothers Brothers and George Segal United States 1967 "Draft Dodger Rag" The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour [78]
SONiA United States 1998 "Is There Anybody Here?" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
The Spokesmen United States 1965 "There but for Fortune" The Dawn of Correction [79]
Squirrel Bait United States 1987 "Tape from California" Skag Heaven [77]
Crispian St. Peters England 1966 "Changes" Single [74]
Teenage Fanclub Scotland 1993 "Chords of Fame" Thirteen [80]
Tempest United States 2001 "Iron Lady" Balance [81]
They Might Be Giants United States 1990 "One More Parade"[f] Rubáiyát: Elektra's 40th Anniversary [80]
Clem Tholet Southern Rhodesia 1978 "Power and Glory" Two Sides to Every Story [82]
Richard Thompson England 2002 "I Ain't Marching Anymore" Performer shows [83]
Travelers 3 United States 1965 "Freedom Calling"
("What's That I Hear")
New Sounds [80]
Dana Valery Italy 1966 "There but for Fortune" Top Pop Song Hits, Vol. 2 [80]
Dave Van Ronk United States 1994 "Outside of a Small Circle of Friends" To All My Friends in Far-Flung Places [80]
1998 "Outside of a Small Circle of Friends" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Sammy Walker United States 1975 "Bound for Glory"[j] Broadside Ballads, Vol. 8: Song for Patty [80]
1998 "Jim Dean of Indiana" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
1994 "There but for Fortune" Old Time Southern Dream [80]
The Weakerthans Canada 1999 "Ringing of Revolution" Return of the Read Menace [84]
Cassell Webb United States 1999 "Jim Dean of Indiana" Songs of a Stranger [80]
Pat Wictor United States 2017 "Celia" This Is Absolutely Real: Visions and Versions of Phil Ochs [85]
"City Boy"[b]
"First Snow"[b]
"I'm Tired"[b]
"Knock on the Door"
"Lincoln Park"
"The Scorpion Departs"
"There but for Fortune"
"The Trial"[b]
Cris Williamson United States 1966 "Changes" The World Around Cris Williamson [80]
Glenn Yarbrough United States 1967 "Crucifixion" For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her [80]
1968 "One More Parade"[f] We Survived the Madness
1967 "Pleasures of the Harbor" For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her
1965 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] Come Share My Life
1968 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] We Survived the Madness
1994 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] Live! at the Troubadour
Glenn Yarbrough and the Limeliters United States 1974 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] Reunion [80]
2001 "That's the Way It's Gonna Be"[b] The Chicago Tapes: First Set [86]
Peter Yarrow United States 1998 "There but for Fortune" What's That I Hear?: The Songs of Phil Ochs [6]
Neil Young Canada 2013 "Changes" Farm Aid 2013 [87]
2014 "Changes" Performer shows [88][89]
"Changes" A Letter Home [90]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Song written by Ochs. Lyrics adapted from the poem by Edgar Allan Poe.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah Song written by Ochs but professional recording not released during his lifetime.
  3. ^ Recorded in 1974.
  4. ^ Recorded circa 1969.
  5. ^ a b c d e Song also appears on Chadbourne's 1998 Ochs tribute album To Phil.[25]
  6. ^ a b c d e f Written by Ochs and Bob Gibson.[27]
  7. ^ Cover of Patti Smith Group song. Written by Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith.
  8. ^ a b c Song written by Ochs. Lyrics adapted from the poem by Alfred Noyes.
  9. ^ a b Written by Ochs and Bob Gibson.[46]
  10. ^ Produced by Ochs, who also sings.

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Works cited[edit]

  • Cohen, David (1999). Phil Ochs: A Bio-Bibliography. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press. ISBN 978-0-313-31029-4.
  • Schumacher, Michael (1996). There But for Fortune: The Life of Phil Ochs. New York: Hyperion. ISBN 978-0-7868-6084-5.

Further reading[edit]

  • Brend, Mark (2001). American Troubadours: Groundbreaking Singer-Songwriters of the 60s. San Francisco: Backbeat Books. ISBN 978-0-87930-641-0.
  • Eliot, Marc (1989) [1979]. Death of a Rebel: A Biography of Phil Ochs. New York: Franklin Watts. ISBN 978-0-531-15111-2.
  • Ochs, Phil (1964). Songs of Phil Ochs. New York: Appleseed Music. OCLC 41480512.
  • Ochs, Phil (1968). The War Is Over. New York: Collier Books. OCLC 1384159.
  • Ochs, Phil (1978). The Complete Phil Ochs. Hollywood, Calif.: Almo Publications. ISBN 978-0-89705-010-4.

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