and we listened to Phil Ochs. Ochs is dead now – as dead as my mother and Michael Landon, and Ronnie Malenfant. He hanged himself with his belt.
In January 1976, Ochs moved to Far Rockaway, New York, to live with his sister Sonny. He was lethargic; his only activities were watching television and playing cards with his nephews. Ochs saw a psychiatrist, who diagnosed his bipolar disorder. He was prescribed medication, and he told his sister he was taking it. On April 9, 1976, Ochs hanged himself.
＜Phil Ochs – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia＞
（上左）アルバム『All the News That’s Fit to Sing』（Elektra, 1964）
（上右）アルバム『I Ain’t Marching Anymore』（Elektra, 1965）
Phil Ochs – What are you fighting for?
Phil Ochs – Ballad of William Worthy
Phil Ochs – Talking Vietnam
Phil Ochs – White Boots Marching In A Yellow Land（1965 Demo）
Phil Ochs – The War Is Over
Eddie Lawrence – The Old Philosopher（1956）
accompanied by The Sentimental Four
使われるマーチは “National Emblem（国民の象徴）” のＢメロ。２度目の引用。
Phil Ochs – I Ain’t Marching Anymore