Death of a rebel

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Anchor Press, Feb 1, 1979 - Music - 316 pages
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An intimate portrait of the folk musician, political activist, and spokesmen for the anti-establishment, anti-war concerns of the 1960s traces his career, his fight against manic-depression, and his struggles to cure America's ills

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I found this a very believable biography: of course, I have little with which to compare it and, it was written by a friend but, I still find that the known facts of Phil Ochs' life fit well into this ... Read full review

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Initially published in paperback in 1979, this first hardcover edition of the life of folk singer Phil Ochs has been revised to include the FBI's surveillance of Ochs and a revised discography. LJ 's ... Read full review

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Marc Eliot is a New York Times bestselling author and American biographer. He has written over a dozen books on the media and popular culture including the biographies of Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, Walt Disney and Bruce Springsteen, and Clint Eastwood. His writing has also appeared in several publications including L.A. Weekly and California Magazine. Eliot lives in New York and Los Angeles.

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