After Illustration disbanded, the individual members went their separate ways. Some toured with a production of Jesus Christ Superstar, while others, such as Roger Homefield, went on to record with such notable musicians as Stan Kenton, Buddy Rich, Maynard Ferguson, and The Miami Sound Machine. Several of the members of Illustration got back together in the following years with various bands, among which were Fox, The Michel Comeau Blues Band, and Man Made. Of these groups, Man Made achieved some critical and commercial success.
It was a smaller band than Illustration and had an altogether new sound. They met with Gilles Talbot and producer Andre Perry and recorded a self-titled album on the Good Noise label, which was released in 1972. Man Made continued to play in Montreal with other musicians, including Jerry Mercer of April Wine, Rene Hamelin, Bob Baines, Denis Comeau, Gilles Beland, Roger Walls, and Gerry Labelle. In 1977, the members of Man Made anonymously recorded a disco single entitled “Dracula Disco” for songwriter Gerry Bribosia. However, the band never recorded a second album under their own name and disbanded by the end of the 1970s.
Billy Ledster: vocals, electric piano
Jean Ranger: organ, synthesizer, backing vocals
Richard Terry: bass, backing vocals
Claude Roy: drums
Roger Walls: horns
Michel Como: vocals (additional) track one
Concept design and layout: Michael Tott
Front cover research: Frazier Mohawk
Front cover design: Fornisetti
Photography: Patrick Fauque
All selections written by Jean Ranger and Billy Ledster
Recording Engineers: Andre Perry, Nick Blagona, Claude Demers
Mixing: Nick Blagona
Produced in Montreal, Canada by Andre Perry