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Murray McLauchlan (born June 30, 1948 in Paisley, Scotland) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and harmonica player. He is best known in Canada, for his smash hit "Down by the Henry Moore", which was about a sculpture in front of Toronto's city hall, where students met in the 60s and early 70s. McLauchlan has had success in the pop, adult contemporary, country, and folk-music fields, with songs such as the Juno Award-winning "Farmer's Song" (1973), "Hurricane of Change" (also 1973), "Do You Dream of Being Somebody" (1975), and "Whispering Rain" (1979).
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Farmer's Song - (2:59) - 74 plays
- Down By The Henry Moore - (4:35) - 93 plays
- On The Boulevard - (3:55) - 37 plays
- Honky Red - (3:57) - 22 plays
- Carmelita - (4:09) - 26 plays
- Home From the Forest - (4:54) - 14 plays
- Whispering Rain - (3:45) - 20 plays
- Child's Song - (6:21) - 17 plays
- Red River Flood - (3:54) - 21 plays
- Old Man's Song - (3:29) - 15 plays