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Artisan "circles and sticks" logo stamped in runouts. Recorded at Woodland Studios, Nashville, 3 days in March, 1970. On the cover the title of B4 is just "Riegal" A3 is based on a story by Ray Bradbury.
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Pearls Before Swine was an American psychedelic folk band formed by Tom Rapp in 1965 in Eau Gallie, now part of Melbourne, Florida. They released six albums between 1967 and 1971, before Rapp launched a solo career. With high school friends Wayne Harley (banjo, mandolin), Lane Lederer (bass, guitar) and Roger Crissinger (piano, organ), Rapp wrote and recorded some songs which, inspired by the Fugs, they sent to the avant-garde ESP-Disk label in New York.
The Jeweller" opens the album with an exquisite tale that exemplifies Rapp's remarkable abilities to draw upon disparate metaphors such as shining coins and worshiping God, both involving the The Use of Ashes - hence the title. The rural mood created by the notable Music City USA stalwarts effortlessly fuses with David Briggs' baroque-flavored harpsichord on the delicate "From the Movie of the Same Name," featuring Rapp and spouse Elisabeth on non-verbal vocalizations as they "da-da-da" the melody
Easily the most impressive Pearls Before Swine album, 'The Use of Ashes' could be considered a solo Tom Rapp album were it not for the impressive cast of supporting studio musicians who make Rapp's poignant lyrics and arrangements really work. The rest of the band had departed following the band's third album, leaving only Rapp and his wife Elisabeth.