Seventh album released by the folk singer Phil Ochs, in 1970 on the A&M label, produced by Van Dyke Parks. It represents a point in his life and music at which he was literally going insane. And the songs on the album are not Phil Ochs' greatest hits, because firstly, they were mostly new material, and secondly, Ochs never really had any hits. These songs are not even his best ever, though Jim Dean of Indiana, Bach, Beethoven, Mozart and Me, and No More Songs are very good. On the front cover of the album is a picture of Ochs, in a gold lame suit, at his disastrous Gunfight at Carnegie Hall concert. The banner on the back cover reads:


The songs on the album are:

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