Producer, Remix – Martin Armiger. Recorded By, Remix – Mike Stavrou.
Illusion is an Australian rock musical by Peter Carey and Mike Mullins with songs by Carey and Martin Armiger, first performed at the Adelaide Festival of the Arts in 1986.
Illusion (musical), a 1986 stage musical by Peter Carey, Mike Mullins and Martin Armiger. Illusions, by Charlotte Vale Allen. Illusions, by Janet Dailey. Illusions (Thomas Bergersen album), 2011. Illusion (Spoken album), 2013. Ilusión (Edurne album), 2007. Ilusión (Fonseca album), 2011. The album cover and artwork are designed by Jesper Krijgsman. The CD has been released physically on March 13, 2012.
Peter Carey was born in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, in 1943. His parents ran a General Motors dealership, Carey Motors. He attended Bacchus Marsh State School from 1948 to 1953, then boarded at Geelong Grammar School between 1954 and 1960 The decade-and the Australian phase of Carey's career-culminated with the publication of Oscar and Lucinda (1988), which won the Booker McConnell Prize (as it was then known) and brought the author international recognition.
Peter Philip Carey AO (given birth to 7 Might 1943) can be an Australian novelist. Carey provides won the Mls Franklin Award 3 x and is generally called as Australia’s following contender for the Nobel Award in Books. Carey is among only four authors to have gained the Booker Award twice-others getting J. G. Farrell, J. M. Coetzee and Hilary Mantel. Illusion (1986, with Mike Mullins and Martin Armiger). Alison Overflow, "Peter Carey: Bird and Olivier in the us COULD POSSIBLY BE My Best Publication". The Illusion is a 1969 album by The Illusion. It was released on the Steed Records label and reached in the Billboard album charts and stayed in the charts for 27 weeks.
Illusion' was commissioned by the Adelaide Festival of Arts and featured words from noted Australian author Peter Carey arranged to music by composer Martin Armiger. The single 'Must Be Chemical' b/w 'When I Was A Little Boy' was Blakeley's debut solo release for the True Tone label. Vicious' was produced by the renowned Ricky Fartarr, best known for his work with The Monitors and The Beach Boys and released through the Truetone Records label. In 1989 he released the album 'Harry's Cafe De Wheel's, which was executive produced by Peter Asher. Artists involved with the album included Linda Ronstadt, Siedah Garrett, Wendy Matthews and Andrew Gold, in addition to legendary session musicians such as Jeff Porcaro, Jim Keltner and Larry Klein. The lead single "Crying in the Chapel" was produced by Stewart Levine who worked extensively with Simply Red.
|A1||Must Be Chemical|
|A3||When I Was A Little Boy|
|A4||Nice Warm Anger|
|A5||There's Going To Be A Future|
|B3||The Glowing Man|
|B5||The Beat Begins|
|B6||Only Half A Life|