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Bruce Murray - Bruce Murray (1975 Quality Records) 

Artist Bruce Murray
Album: Bruce Murray
Label: Quality Records
Catalog#: SV-1920
Format: Vinyl, LP Album
Country: Canada
Released: 1975
Genre: Pop Rock
Duration: 00:29:26

The youngest of six kids, Bruce Murray was born into a musical family in Springhill, Nova Scotia, and is the younger brother of Anne Murray.
He took piano lessons as a child, and was the regular organist at church by the time he was 11. Like his famous sister, he initially had dreams of becoming a teacher, and attended St Francis Xavier University. After graduating in 1974, he tried to follow in his sister's footsteps by also auditioning for the TV show, "Singalong Jubilee," which gave Anne her start. When that didn't work out, he attended the University of British Columbia for a year, then moved to Toronto.
There, he signed with Balmur Music, the publishing company that not only handled his sister, but also the careers of Frank Mills and John Allan Cameron. He released his self-titled debut album in '76 on Quality Records, with Anne and Bob Morten co-producing. It spawned two singles - "From Now On" and a tender rendition of Boz Scaggs' ballad, "We're All Alone," complete with a small orchestra. Although things were looking up when his version cracked the top 40, it was quickly knocked off the charts when Rita Coolidge also recorded it. Canadian Bands.com

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  Side One:
A1. Miracle Man 02:42
A2. Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall 03:01
A3. Yesterday's Music 02:07
A4. Belle of the Ball 02:35
A5. Fly Away 03:30
  Side Two:
B1. Isle of St. Jean 02:15
B2. Sunshine Song 03:09
B3. Honey Words 02:05
B4. Louise Anna Mine 02:50
B5. Daniel 03:32

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