Michael Ochs, younger sibling of prominent folk and folk-rock singer Phil Ochs, became his sibling’s supervisor around early 1967, almost unintentionally. The pair have been out of touch for approximately 3 years when Michael, through Phil’s then-wife, tell him in regards to a record organization that was thinking about signing the vocalist. Michael Ochs was in those days a rising professional photographer who experienced shot music artists like Taj Mahal, the Chambers Brothers, as well as the Sopwith Camel. Due to Michael moving along the message, Phil known as his younger sibling and asked Michael to control him, despite Michael’s insufficient management experience plus some friction between them that acquired led them never to talk to one another for quite a while. Michael maintained Phil over another few years, that have been fairly volatile types for the vocalist, involving finding a fresh record label after his agreement with Elektra acquired expired, producing the changeover from acoustic music to electrical folk-rock, and more and more disappointed and erratic behavior from Phil, who passed away in 1976. Michael Ochs do eventually make picture taking his main focus, establishing the Michael Ochs Archives, among the leading series and suppliers of pictures of 20th hundred years musicians. He in addition has hosted radio music applications and was instrumental in the compilation of posthumous Phil Ochs reissues, including A Toast to THOSE WHO FIND THEMSELVES Gone (consisting generally of previously unreleased materials) as well as the Farewells & Fantasies container set.