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Remembering Phil Ochs, the Other Great Jewish Folksinger of the ’60s

It was 40 years ago this weekend, on April 9, 1976, that Phil Ochs was found dead at his sister’s home in Far Rockaway, Queens. He was one of the best-loved of the generation of young singer-songwriters of the 1960s, but he was much more than that. He was the most eloquent, wittiest, most piercing political bard…

Source: Remembering Phil Ochs, the Other Great Jewish Folksinger of the ’60s – Opinion – Forward.com

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