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plays for you

Recorded in May 1987, Plays for You was FAT's first album, recorded in their hometown of Montreal and released by Amok Records in 1988. The album cover was an appropriation of the great Charles Tyler's ESP release and was partly a reflection of the influence of such free jazz on FAT's music. In addition, Plays for You freely displays other influences of Noise, Improv, Punk and Funk on the band and is an introduction to the eclecticism of FAT's sound. .

 

Recording Plays for You with engineer Eddy Freedman and Mark Nugent (in corner)   

Recording Plays for You with engineer Eddy Freedman and Mark Nugent (in corner)

 

FAT concert at 110 McGill at the time of Plays for You recording, 1987   

FAT concert at 110 McGill at the time of Plays for You recording, 1987