1968 was a rather important year in history – and it also was an important year for Phil Ochs. In the new collection of essays, Christine Möhle tries to shed some light on Phil Ochs’ activities in 1968. The essays deal with his performance at the Burg Waldeck festival, the events during the Democratic National Convention in Chicago and his album Rehearsals for Retirement. In addition to photographs, newspaper articles and facsimiles, it also contains interviews given by Phil Ochs during his tour of Germany and Denmark.
Readers who would like to know more about what Phil Ochs was really up to in 1968, should grab a copy of “Trials and Tragedies” by Christine Möhle and spend a few hours digesting the interesting collection of essays. The photos and other materials break up the text and make the book a delight to read.
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