Murray, Bruce - ST

Format: LP
Label: Quality SV 1920
Year: 1975
Origin: Springhill, Nova Scotia, 🇨🇦
Genre: pop
Value of Original Title: $10.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: 1970's, Nova Scotia, Pop


Side 1

Track Name
Miracle Man
Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall
Yesterday's Music
Belle of the Ball
Fly Away

Side 2

Track Name
Isle of St. Jean
Sunshine Song
Honey Words
Louise Anna Mine





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Murray grew up in the mining town of Springhill, Nova Scotia who was the youngest of six kids which included famous musical sibling Anne Murray. He took piano at an early age and was a church organist by the age of 11. His education was spent at St. Xavier's University and after graduating tried unsuccessfully to follow in his sister's footsteps by auditioning for the TV show 'Singalong Jubilee'. More studying at the University of British Columbia led to a final move to Toronto where he signed on with Anne Murray publishing reps Balmur Music (Frank Mills, John Allan Cameron). Following the release of his self-titled debut in 1976, he toured with Olivia Newton-John. He continued honing his craft throughout the '80's.

Bruce Murray: vocals
George Hebert: guitar
Robbie MacNeill: guitar, backing vocals
Skip Beckwith: bass
Dick Smith: percussion
Pat Riccio, Jr.: keyboards
Butch Watanabe: harmonica
Rob McConnell: trombone
Guido Basso: trumpet
Don Thompson: woodwind
Gary Morgan: woodwind
Anne Murray: backing vocals
Bonnie Beckwith: backing vocals
Dianne Brooks: backing vocals

Produced by Skip Beckwith and Anne Murray
Arranged by Rick Wilkins


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