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- Alan Murphy was an English rock session guitarist, best remembered for his collaborations with Kate Bush and Go West. In 1988 he joined the group Level 42 as a full-time band member, and played with them until his death in 1989. He also played lead guitar on select recordings by Mike + The Mechanics, including the hit single "Silent Running".
- Alan Murphy, is a retired Irish footballer. Murphy played as a composed, versatile right-sided defender for Drogheda United, Longford Town and Shelbourne.
- Alan Murphy is an athlete, football player.
- Alan Murphy is a fabrication supervisor.
- profession: Fabrication supervisor
- Alan Murphy is a businessperson.
- profession: Businessperson
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Heroin, Handguns, and Ham Sandwiches by Jeremy Simmonds
A rebellious metalhead as a youngster, Alan Murphy survived expulsion from school to become one of the most respected British mainstream guitarists of the eighties.
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