UNTIL WE HAVE WINGS

Myrrh
Released August 1990
Produced By Mark Heard With Randy Stonehill
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SONGS
SIDE ONE (STUDIO SIDE)
Faithful (3:24)
Didn't It Rain (6:11)
Born To Love (4:27)
Breath Of God (2:59)
The History In Your Eyes (4:31)
Can Hell Burn Hot Enough (4:07)
Old Clothes (4:03)
SIDE TWO (LIVE SIDE)
Keep Me Runnin' (5:49)
Turning Thirty (4:39)
Ramada Inn (4:00)
Shut De Dó (11:35)
Hymn (4:33)
Good News (8:00)
I'll Remember You (3:43)
All Songs Written By Randy Stonehill Except "Faithful" Written By Randy Stonehill And Giovanni Audiori And "Old Clothes" Words By Randy Stonehill, Music By David Edwards And Randy Stonehill

CREDITS
PRODUCED BY MARK HEARD with Randy Stonehill
Executive Producers: Tom Willett and Ray Ware
Recorded and mixed at Fingerprint, Los Angeles, CA by Mark Heard
Basic tracks recorded at Sunset Sound Factory, Los Angeles, CA
Second Engineer: Bryan Soucy
Strings recorded at Martin Sound, Los Angeles, CA
Live cuts recorded everywhere
Mastered at Future Disc, Hollywood, CA by Steve Hall
Musicians:
Randy Stonehill: Acoustic Guitar, vocals, backing vocals
David Raven: Drums
Bill Batstone: Bass and fretless bass
David Miner: Acoustic bass
Mark Heard: Acoustic and electric guitars, keyboards, bass
Ken Medema: Piano on "Old Clothes"
Tom Howard: String arrangement on "Old Clothes"; Synthesizers on "Breath Of God" and "Faithful"
Brad Dutz: Percussion
Pam Dwinell: Backing vocals
Art Direction and Design: Hipke, Inc.
Photograhpy: David Roth
Associate Art Director: Roz
Make-up and Hari: Annette Zeglen for Cloutier
Special thanks to: Ray Ware and Tom Willett for guidance; Dan Posthuma, Ed Goble, Chris
"Megawatt" Hauser, Marlei Daugherty and Jack Clark for teamwork; Ken Medema for great piano;
Eddie "It Is Babe, Isn't It?" Keaggy for the live wires; and Sandi and Heather Stonehill for their
support and endurance.