Cross My Heart - Phil Ochs - Pleasures Of The Harbor (Cassette, Album)
Label: A&M Records - AMX5133 • Format: Cassette Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Avantgarde
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8 thoughts on “ Cross My Heart - Phil Ochs - Pleasures Of The Harbor (Cassette, Album) ”
Pleasures of the Harbor is a unique album in both Och's catalogue and in pop music in general. The songs are mostly quite long and the style remains unreproduced by anyone else. Phil Ochs, for all the Dylan comparisons, really doesn't sound like Dylan in voice and has a very different style of songwriting/5(30).
Jan 01, · Pleasures of the Harbor is Phil Ochs' fourth full-length album and his first for A&M Records, released in It is one of Ochs's most somber albums.5/5(3).
Jan 29, · There, the only thing by Phil Ochs that I could find was the 20th Century Masters compilation, It had "Cross My Heart" on it, so I thought this would be just fine. That compilation actually had 5 of the 8 tracks on PLEASURES OF THE HARBOR on it, so I figured my task was complete.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pleasures Of The Harbor on Discogs/5(4).
This album by Phil Ochs was released in it consists of 8 tracks. Album duration is 51m 20s. Available format and bitrate: MP3/kbps. Price $
Feb 20, · referencing Pleasures Of The Harbor, LP, Album, SP , SP, A&M All of Phil's albums are imbued with genius in some way or another. The title track of this one is a beautiful but melancholy affair/5().
The result was Pleasures of the Harbor, his most musically varied and ambitious album, one routinely cited as his greatest accomplishment. Though the lyrics were usually not directly political, they continued to reflect his established points of view/