Jon Lawrence | The Troubadour Ballads

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The Troubadour Ballads

by Jon Lawrence

In 2006 The Troubadour Ballads was released - a solo acoustic album of songs based around a collection of fictional characters struggling in contemporary society. The album addresses the personal aspects of the Iraq war and illegal immigration.
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. Look Busy (Jesus is Coming)
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2. Janitor
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3. OAP
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4. Just Talking
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5. Partner
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6. Jesus Take Your Time
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7. The God-Forsaken Lands
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8. Gypsy Kiss
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9. Philistine Blues
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10. Cuidate Paisano
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
While sat in my car outside the studios of BBC radio, waiting to be interviewed, I watched the world go by. There were many funny, strange, curious and unique characters walking around the car park. Subconsciously I began thinking about their stories, building up a history - no doubt their real lives were much more interesting than my hypotheses. Nonetheless, it started me thinking about character. Until that point I had imagined scenarios, concepts and situations which would then be brought to life by certain characters. In the case of The Troubadour Ballads I brought in the characters first and built the stories around them. All of the characters are struggling in some way but they are all looking for a way out of their darkness.


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