MIRACLE
RECORDS

Independent label: Miracle Records was a short-lived subsidiary of Gull Records. Miracle was aimed at the Disco market; its first release, Two Man Sound's, 'Que Tal America' (M-1; 1983) just about squeezed into the Top 50.  The sharp-eyed among you may have noticed that Pete Waterman is credited with 'A & R co-ordination' on that single.  Distribution was by Pye, as it was for Gull at that particular time; at least twelve Miracle singles were issued, in 1978-79. Miracle Records Former Address: 169 High Road London NW10. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

  
78 Two Man Sound Que Tal America MIRACLE M 1
79 Davis John [Monster Orchestra] Ain'T That Enough For You MIRACLE M 2
79 Glass Family Crazy MIRACLE M 3
79 Blair Night Life MIRACLE M 4
79 Brainstorm Lovin' Is Really My Game MIRACLE M 5
79 Riviera Since I Don'T Have You MIRACLE M 6
79 Patsy Gallant O Michel MIRACLE M 7
79 Love Symphony Orchestra Let'S Make Love In A Public Place MIRACLE M 8
79 Two Man Sound Disco Samba MIRACLE M 9
79 Eastern Gang Charlotte MIRACLE M 10
79 Ru-Mantics Summertime MIRACLE M 11
79 Sadao Watanabe Duo Creatics MIRACLE M 12
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 13
80 Cleveland Eaton It'S A Shame MIRACLE M 14
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 15
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 16
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 17
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 18
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 19
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 20
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 21
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 22
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 23
80 Not Traced MIRACLE M 24
81 Riviera Well Seasoned MIRACLE M 25

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