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
Band Name Pearls Before Swine. Album Name The Use of Ashes. 10. When the War Began. 37 €20,95 €69,00 £2. 9 $ 2. 2 €17,86 €27,00. Other productions from Pearls Before Swine.
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. The album features songs written by Tom Rapp whilst living in Holland including the superb "The Jeweler". 001. The Jeweler (02:48) 002. From the Movie of the Same Name (02:21) 003. Rocket Man (03:06) 004. God Save The Child (03:08) 005.
Pearls Before Swine - The Jeweler 05:07. Pearls Before Swine - Rocket Man 02:21. Pearls Before Swine - From The Movie Of The Same Name 02:48. Pearls Before Swine - Song About A Rose 03:08. Pearls Before Swine - Tell Me Why 02:21. Pearls Before Swine - Margery 03:43. Pearls Before Swine - When The War Began 03:13. Pearls Before Swine - The Old Man 03:03. Pearls Before Swine - Riegal 03:16. Pearls Before Swine - God Save The Child 03:06. Beautiful Lies You Could Live in - Pearls Before Swine. These Things Too - Pearls Before Swine. The Wizard Of Is - Pearls Before Swine.
Features Song Lyrics for Pearls Before Swine's The Use of Ashes album. When the War Began Lyrics. Pearls Before Swine Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Special thanks to Jon Tooker. This album is dedicated to the Netherlands where most of the songs were written. Cover: French or Flemish late XV century tapestry. The hunt of the unicorn VI, the unicorn is brought to the castle. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cloisters Collection, gift of John D. Rockefeller J. 1937.
Uke tabs from The Use Of Ashes. More albums from Pearls Before Swine. Artist : Pearls Before Swine Released date : 1970 Label : Rhino/Warner Bros. Top The Use Of Ashes songs. Ukulele Tuner: Easily Tune your Uke with this online tool. Ukulele Scales: Library of scales and modes including scale shapes. Ukulele Tuner Easy online uke tuning.
City of Gold (Pearls Before Swine album). City of Gold was the fifth album made by American psychedelic folk group Pearls Before Swine, and their third on Reprise Records. It was released in 1971. Tom) Rapp and Pearls Before Swine, rather than solely in the group's name.
Pearls Before Swine biography Founded in Eau Gallie, Florida, USA in 1965 - Disbanded in 1971. Thomas Dale Rapp - Born March 8, 1947 in Bottineau, North Dakota, USA - February 11, 2018. PEARLS BEFORE SWINE is the band formed by folk singer, guitar-player and songwriter Tom RAPP and some of his high school friends . Furthermore, listeners of mild folk (with symphonic tendencies) will also find a strong album in "The Use of Ashes", whereas others become fan of the Tom RAPP style and end up collecting most of his releases.
|A2||From The Movie Of The Same Name||2:20|
|A4||God Save The Child||3:00|
|A5||Song About A Rose||2:18|
|B1||Tell Me Why||3:42|
|B3||The Old Man||3:20|
|B5||When The War Began||5:02|
- Record Company – Warner Bros. Ltd.
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
- Made By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Recorded At – Woodland Studios
- Lacquer Cut At – Pye Studios
- Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
- Bass – Norbert Putnam
- Dobro, Guitar, Bass, Harmonica – Charles McCoy*
- Drums – Kenneth Buttrey*
- Engineer – Rick Horton
- Executive-Producer – Charles R. Rothschild
- Flute, Oboe – Bill Pippin
- Guitar – Mac Gayden
- Keyboards – Hutch Davie
- Lacquer Cut By – T*
- Mixed By – Brooks Arthur
- Oboe, Flute – John Duke
- Piano, Harpsichord – David Briggs
- Producer – Peter H. Edminston
- Violin, Cello, Viola – Buddy Spicher
- Vocals – Elisabeth*
- Vocals, Guitar – Tom Rapp
- Words By, Music By – Tom Rapp
NotesCover has track A2 titled 'From The Movie' and track B4 as 'Riegal'.
Some overstock copies were sold after 1971 with a sticker showing the new Kinney Record Group Ltd. Category K 44095.
Warner Bros. Limited
Recorded at Woodland Studios, Nashville, 3 days in March, 1970.
Special thanks to Jon Tooker.
This album is dedicated to the Netherlands where most of the songs were written.
Cover: French or Flemish late XV century tapestry. The hunt of the unicorn VI, the unicorn is brought to the castle. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cloisters Collection, gift of John D. Rockefeller Jr., 1937.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): RSLP 6405-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): RSLP 6405-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): RSLP 6405 A-1 ✳T
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): RSLP 6405 B-1 ✳T
|RS 6405||Pearls Before Swine||The Use Of Ashes (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||RS 6405||US||1970|
|RS 6405||Pearls Before Swine||The Use Of Ashes (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||RS 6405||New Zealand||1972|
|M56405||Pearls Before Swine||The Use Of Ashes (Cass)||Reprise Records||M56405||US||1970|
|WATER 112||Pearls Before Swine||The Use Of Ashes (CD, Album, RE)||Water||WATER 112||US||2003|
|RS 6405||Pearls Before Swine||The Use Of Ashes (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||RS 6405||Canada||1970|