Ruby Florence Murray (29 March 1935 – 17 December 1996) was a Northern Irish singer and actress. One of the most popular singers in the British Isles in the 1950s, she scored ten hits in the UK Singles Chart between 1954 and 1959. She also made pop chart history in March 1955 by having five singles in the Top Twenty in a single week. Ruby Florence Murray was born near the Donegall Road in south Belfast, Northern Ireland, the youngest child in a Protestant family
The Ruby Murray Recordings. This list gives all the songs that were recorded by Ruby, together with an indication of the recording format on which they can be found. Ruby's original master recordings were made for Columbia (which became part of EMI), Decca, Phillips/Fontana, and finally the President label. It's the Irish in Me. Come Back Paddy Reilly. It's Love That Counts.
Ruby Murray - Array mp3. Ruby Murray - Array mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now Ruby Murray's video clip of album "It's Love That Counts, Ways And Means".
Anthology Ruby Murray. Ruby Murray, Eddie Calvert & Michael Holliday. It's the Irish In Me (Remastered).
Download Ruby Murray - In Love. Anthology: Best 2 songs. Ruby Murray - At Finnigan's Ball 02:42. Ruby Murray - Have You Ever Been Lonely? The Magic Of Ruby Murray, 1997 03:04. Ruby Murray - Trottin' To The Fair It's The Irish In Me, 2005 02:18.
Let Me Go Lover - Ruby Murray 1955 Ruby Murray. If Anyone Finds This, I Love You Ruby Murray. Living For The Day Ruby Murray.