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These Things Too

Pearls Before Swine

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The post-psychedelic chamber music of Pearls Before Swine was always too exotic for mass consumption. By the time These Things Too appeared in 1969, the group had mostly become a vehicle for singer/songwriter Tom Rapp’s quaint, spiritually tormented verse and melancholy melodies. Fans of Leonard Cohen or John Wesley Harding-period Bob Dylan will find much to like among these tracks. Rapp serves as a counterculture Pied Piper, calling upon lost souls to escape the insanity of the late ‘60s in “Sail Away,” “I’m Going to the City” and the title track. An earnest cover of Dylan’s “I Shall Be Released” reinforces these pleas for liberation. There are intimations of romance as well, heard in “Look Into Her Eyes” and “Mon Amour.” A wry sort of fatalism colors the countrified “If You Don’t Want To (I Don’t Mind).” Strings, woodwinds, banjos and accordions swirl in and out, bringing out the otherworldly spirit of these songs. Though undeniably excessive and at times inscrutable, These Things Too validates Rapp and company as genuine hippie visionaries.


Fecha de formación: Eau Gallie, FL, 1965

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s

The psychedelic folk band Pearls Before Swine was the brainchild of singer, composer, and cult icon Tom Rapp, born in Bottineau, North Dakota in 1947; after writing his first song at age six, he later began performing at local talent shows, and as a teen, he bested a young Bob Dylan at one such event. Upon relocating to Eau Gallie (now part of Melbourne), Florida, Rapp formed Pearls Before Swine in 1965, recruiting high-school friends Wayne Harley, Lane Lederer, and Roger Crissinger to record a demo...
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