For And Many More variations of the song Happy Birthday were recorded from current and former employees of a dozen American chain restaurants (e.g., Olive Garden, TGI Fridays etc.), who either have sung, or today sing, a proprietary birthday song to customers. And Many More is an archive of sorts, as well as abstraction and remix. The listener becomes both familiarized and de-familiarized with the formal qualities of the music through its gradual distortion. This sonic play echoes the historical trajectory of the original Happy Birthday, from being a cohesive, almost universal and innocent expression of oral folk tradition to being a fragmented and market-strategic expression of commercial culture.