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Sunday, 05/28/1989 Ian McLean's Party, Connie Condon's Farm, Hebron, NY

Set 1: Divided Sky Run Like an Antelope Colonel Forbin's Ascent Fly Famous Mockingbird Fee Slave to the Traffic Light Esther Suzy Greenberg You Enjoy Myself[1]

Set 2: Fire Mike's Song I Am Hydrogen Weekapaug Groove Bathtub Gin Sanity[2] Ride Captain Ride Peaches en Regalia Take the 'A' Train[3] Possum Contact[4] Funky (Breakdown)[5] The Price of Love[6] Funky Bitch Split Open and Melt[7] The Mango Song Harry Hood

Set 3: Jam La Grange Jam The Sloth Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley Ya Mar[8] Jesus Just Left Chicago

[1] Poop Vocal Jam.
[2] Fast version.
[3] Unknown saxophone player named "Paul."
[4] Trey wished the crowd "Merry Christmas" several times.
[5] First known Phish performance; Ninja Mike on vocals and Magoo on guitar.
[6] Ninja Mike on vocals, Magoo on guitar and Fish on vacuum and trombone.
[7] Fish drum solo.
[8] Lyrics referenced wild pigs and Paul.

Notes: Trey dedicated the Divided Sky opener to “the spirit of the pig.” Trey briefly teased TMWSIY before Antelope. This YEM featured the infamous “Poop Vocal Jam,” followed by a set-stopping keg run. Mike’s Song included a tease of the HBO theme song. Sanity was the fast version and dedicated to Eric Larson.  'A' Train featured "Paul," an unknown audience member, on saxophone and included a Dixie tease from Trey. During Contact, Trey wished the crowd "Merry Christmas" several times, quoted Blue Bayou (with slightly altered lyrics) in a falsetto voice and teased Auld Lang Syne at the end of the song. This show featured the first known Phish performance of Funky (Breakdown). Funky (Breakdown) and Price of Love featured guest appearances by Ninja Mike (vocals) and Magoo (guitar). Fish intermittently played trombone and vacuum during the latter. Melt featured a Fish drum solo. The vocal jam at the end of Sneakin' Sally included Changes (David Bowie) and My Sharona (The Knack) quotes. Ya Mar's lyrics included references to wild pigs and Paul.

This show was part of the "1989 Tour."

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