The Miracle Workers

Barely Appreciated

The Miracle Workers  were a rock and roll band in the 1980s, who began as a garage rock revival band in Portland, Oregon.  (More from Wikipedia)

The Voxx Records retrospective CD, Be a Caveman: The Best of the Voxx Garage Revival (2000) presents one incredible song after another that has led me to buy several full albums by the bands on the CD; besides the Crawdaddys, the CD includes songs by the VertebratsDMZthe Chesterfield Kingsthe PandorasGravedigger Vthe Miracle Workersthe FuzztonesHypstrzthe Surf Triothe SteppesDwarves, and many more. 


(January 2015/2)


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Yet another SS-20 song, “Still I’m Sad” (the Yardbirds song) is on a split 45 that was given away by an Italian magazine called Lost Trails, with the other side being a live performance of the Patti Smith Group song “Dancing Barefoot” by the Australian punk rock band Celibate Rifles.  Discogs has several more of these free 45’s listed that feature other bands from the Bomp! Records roster, such as past UARB the Tell-Tale Hearts, Gravedigger Vthe Fuzztonesthe Steppes, and the Miracle Workers
(December 2017)
Last edited: March 22, 2021