Poison Ochs: A Tribute to Phil Ochs
|Poison Ochs: A Tribute to Phil Ochs|
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|Genre||Indie rock, Experimental rock|
Poison Ochs: A Tribute to Phil Ochs is a tribute compilation to the music of the late Phil Ochs. Ochs' songs, which are generally thought of as folk music and folk rock, are performed by musicians associated with indie rock and experimental rock.
Poison Ochs was released in 2003 by Wood Records. All profits from the album's sales were distributed to Amnesty International.
Words and music by Phil Ochs [performers are also indicated].
- "I Kill Therefore I Am" - 3:53 [Camper van Chadbourne]
- "Half a Century High" - 3:30 [LAM]
- "Spaceman" - 3:54 [Johnny J]
- "Cross My Heart" - 2:26 [NitwiT]
- "Flower Lady" - 5:13 [Linda Draper]
- "I Ain't Marching Anymore" - 5:14 [Franck Sinistra]
- "The Scorpion Departs But Never Returns" - 7:07 [MWF]
- "Floods of Florence" - 4:57 [Lolwolf]
- "Another Age" - 3:56 [Charles Fyant]
- "Pleasures of the Harbor" - 8:29 [Ernesto Diaz-Infante]
- "Changes" - 4:33 [Mary Jane]
- "My Life" - 2:54 [Jr. Grease Chiefs]
- "I've Had Her" - 8:31 [Jon Thompson Orchestra]
- "Chords of Fame" - 2:59 [Daniel Johnston and Jad Fair]
- ^ Shimmer, Matt, "Review: Poison Ochs: A Tribute to Phil Ochs", indieville.com.