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Bad News - Illusion (18) - Illusion (Vinyl, LP, Album)


8 thoughts on “ Bad News - Illusion (18) - Illusion (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The Illusion scored a Top 40 hit in with a truncated version of the opening track from this debut LP, "Did You See Her Eyes." It's a tough, swaggering number with a simple theme (skirt watching) and a basic structure, but the album cut is expanded with an obtrusive drum solo, assorted echo/wah-wah effects, and an uncredited cop from Sly.
  2. Illusion, an Album by Illusion. Released in on Sinergia (catalog no. SR ; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: Wendell Ing (piano, Clavinet), Hank Leandro (acoustic guitar), Denny Maeda (electric guitar, aka_text {classical guitar} role_id aka_text), Butch O'Sullivan (bass), Gregg Nutt (drums), Peter Coragio (producer), Wayne Carvalho (engineer), Jo Anne Jordan (photography, design).
  3. Their next album, "Together As A Way Of Life" is also worth seeking out (I have it on vinyl). But their final album, "If It's So", was just outstanding, a true 5 star masterpiece of it's era. And almost completely unknown, even by my rock music listening peers in I have it only on vinyl, and I've been waiting 25 years for it to appear on CD/5(18).
  4. Chinese democracy LP. Latest GNR album with great quality!!! It's a double album and comes with a free digital download coupon of this album, the bad news is that the download expired a fee years ago since this album was released since anyways who need the download if you have it in vinyl???
  5. Illusion - USA An 80s Band on Geffen/Universal Records. likes. Illusion was a band formed in Atlanta, GA in the 80s by Jay Willard. Moses Mo joined Jay Willard and formed a new version of.
  6. Illusion is a gutsier, better put together release than their first. This is not to say that the first Illusion album didn't have its moments; it's just that this time around, the band plays with more verve and gusto than some would think. Both "Never Be the Same" and "The Revolutionary" are good rock songs, and for those who need to get ethereal from time to time, there are "Louis' Theme" and.
  7. This is the 2nd and last album by the British Prog group Illusion, which in fact was just another version of the legendary Renaissance, reformed by the group's five original founding members: singer Jane Relf, her brother guitarist Keith Relf, who died tragically before the debut album was released and was replaced by John Knightsbridge, bassist Louis Cenamo, guitarist / vocalist Jim McCarty.

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