Status Quo hit the top 20 in the States with this song in 1968, their only Stateside hit. Named for L.S. Lowry's painting style, the song's mono version has a great "wah-wah" guitar between verses - the lesser known stereo version omits it, so we will omit THAT! Also featuring a four note intro, this was one of the first songs to use phasing, which gave that very simple four note riff a very electronic sound.
The band famously reformed recently to redo the song for the BBC, a little gentler and with strings, perhaps as an homage to the famous Camper Van Beethoven cover of the song that was a modern rock classic and replaced the "wah-wah" guitar with a violin.