This is a superbly recorded, moving document of Phil Ochs live in Vancouver in 1968, shortly after the infamous and notorious Chicago Democratic convention that year. The chaos and division of American society had a profound effect on Ochs, and it is reflected in excellent renditions of some of his best material, particularly songs like "Pleasures of the Harbor" and "Changes". Phil is at his most confident during this performance, and it is a must-own for any fan. What a sad loss that this man still had so much more to give as both a musician, songwriter and reporter on the trials and tribulations of American society. One of the great live albums of all time.