Ken Theriot | Outlaws and Bystanders

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Outlaws and Bystanders

by Ken Theriot

Folk-pop songs telling the stories of characters from history and folklore who were outlaws or who were unsung "side-characters" in the stories of the famous.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Soldier of God
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2. Utopia
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3. Robin Hood and the Beggar Knight
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4. Morte d’Arthur
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5. The Dragon
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6. Lament of the Combat Archer
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7. Dogs of War
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8. Little Egypt
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9. William Tell
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10. Men of the Isles
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11. Queen of Lilies
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12. The Ride of El Cid
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
So, what does “Outlaws & Bystanders” mean? Well, “Human History” (Ken Theriot's last album) featured a number of personal stories of events, but often told by the king, or the guy in charge. “Outlaws & Bystanders” includes stories from the other guys, the guys who served as a backdrop to the main story, or ran far enough afoul of the guy in charge that their life and freedom was in jeopardy. This doesn’t always make them bad guys—when the law is unjust, the just man
is outlaw—but it usually makes them interesting. Enjoy.


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