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Wilson felt some guilt over the event, but "it lit a bonfire under us because we saw for the first time that what we did on stage could have an impact on an audience." While still a senior in high school, Ann joined a band whose drummer knew a country songwriter who needed a backing band to play on his songwriting demos; Wilson and sister Ann entered a recording studio in Seattle to record the demos.
The album was released in Canada in October 1975 along with the single "Crazy on You." At the time, Canada had content laws that mandated that a certain ratio of what was played on radio had to be from Canadians.In Wilson's words, "We didn't get paid, but since there were people sitting in folding chairs, we considered it a professional gig." The anti-war sentiment, and the irreverence for the venue in some of the lyrics, offended a number of people.By the time they finished, more than half had walked out.Wilson recalls that "some of the guys" in the band were initially resistant to her joining, and insisted she audition by sitting in periodically.She was given the assignment to work up the introduction to the Yes song "The Clap".
She learned it, and the next night after playing it with the band at a tavern, was officially made a member of the band.