CAN'T BUY A MIRACLE

MYRRH
Released 1988
Produced By Dave Perkins
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SONGS
SIDE ONE
It's Now (4:03)
Don't Break Down (3:04)
Coming Back Soon (4:46)
O How The Mighty Have Fallen (4:10)
Brighter Day (4:05)
SIDE TWO
Awfully Loud World (3:02)
Cold Rock The Groove (4:05)
Beyond The Veil (4:55)
Can't Buy A Miracle (3:49)
All Song Written By Randy Stonehill And Dave Perkins Except "Don't Break Down," "Coming Back Soon," And "Brighter Day" Written By Randy Stonehill And "Cold Rock The Groove" Written By Randy Stonehill, Dave Perkins, And Greg Husted

CREDITS
PRODUCED BY DAVE PERKINS

WARNING: Recorded entirely, and mostly live, in the basement of Randy's Rock Bunker
—9014 Karen Court, Brentwood, TN.

THE SUBTERRANEANS:
Drums: Mike (Mosquito, Twinkie Shrapnel, Monkey Boy) Mead
Bass: Rick (Wrap Around, Magnum Vibrato, How Ya Doin') Cua
Keys: Greg (Lord Louie, Greg, Atticus Finch) Husted
Percussion: Lisa (Lisa Lisa, Lisa Lisa Lisa)
Electric Guitars: Dave (Atilla the Lung, Tweakmeister Rex) Perkins
Flap Top Guitars: Randy (Life O'Reilly, Randall the Vandall) Stonehill

BACKING VOCALS:
Gary Chapman—"Brighter Day"
Phil Keaggy—"Don't Break Down"
Rez—"Cold Rock The Groove"
Russ Taff—"Awfully Loud World"
Dave (Ronnie) Perkins—"Miracle," "Awfully Loud World"

RECORDED: "The Tube" (Reelsound Bus) Somewhere up at tree in Rutland
Engineered by: Malcolm (Chairman Mal) Harper and Dave Perkins
Mixed: The Reelsound Truck; Austin, TX.
Mixed by: Dave Perkins and Malcolm (Malcolm X, Y, Z) Harper
Additional engineering: Lynn Fuston, Dave (Flood-master, "don't call me Shirley") Shirley
Services: Jim & Kim (said so) Thomas
Art: Ph. D/Michael ("It needs strings - that I do know!") Hodgson
Photos: Peter Nash

THANKS: Bobby Hite, Belmont 5:30 AM (Dawn Patrol) Prayer people, Shevelva, Nashville
Warehouse, Paul Trey, Tery Fore, Phil & Mary LeFleur, Jim Nevius, Jerry Verner & Jerry Regan,
Pinky at the Gramercy Park, Richar Glickstein, Charlie Wolf, Dancing Cop near Boot Country,
Tom (Yes it will) Willett, Kink Kume, Sharaku, Gary & Amy Chapman for many guitars and
oasis space, Cindy at the Odyssey, the Wonderful World of Kroger's, Pancake Pantry, Sue Perkins
for the many dinners and much warmth, Kyle-Michael, Audry & Quinn "Bunny Nose" Perkins,
Heather Stonehill for all the great artwork, Sandi Stonehill for major desserts, long distance
love and special phone prayers, the snowball bears of Edgehill Road, and the dog at the end of
the street who chased us everyday . . . sorry.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Ray Ware, Tom Willett