Past Perfect: Three Decades Of Rock Photography
Aired On: Aug 9, 2012
Michael Ochs discusses the first three decades of rock photography with personal stories and rare images.
Michael Ochs was raised on rock and roll. He managed the career of his brother, noted folksinger Phil Ochs, and later headed the public relations departments at Columbia Records, Shelter Records and ABC Records.
In the 1960s, Ochs started collecting photographs. He established The Michael Ochs Archives in 1977 and built it into the most comprehensive collection of rock...
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PhotographerMichael Ochs was raised on rock and roll. He managed the career of his brother, noted folksinger Phil Ochs, and later headed the public relations departments at Columbia Records, Shelter Records and ABC Records.