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Murray Head

Murray Head
Country
England
Profile
Murray Seafield Saint-George Head (born 5 March 1946, London) is an English actor and singer, most recognized for his hit song "One Night in Bangkok."
Website
http://murrayhead.org
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (5)
Murray Head — Greatest Hits Murray Head — Greatest Hits
(Voiceprint Headcase GAH112CD, 2001, CD)
Murray Head — Sooner or Later Murray Head — Sooner or Later
(Voiceprint Headcase, GAH112CD, 1986/2001, CD)
Murray Head — Restless Murray Head — Restless
(Voiceprint Headcase GAH112CD, 1984/2001, CD)
Yamashta — Raindog Yamashta — Raindog
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2085, 1975/2008, CD)
Murray Head — Nigel Lived Murray Head — Nigel Lived
(Voiceprint Headcase, 1972/2001, CD)

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