This week we are joined by our friend and guest host Jonathan, who brought us back to a wonderful show from 1989, from “Ian’s House” (or “Ian’s Party” at someone else’s house). Either way, Ian was awesome. This show is historic, fun, and filled with really excellent playing. Trey’s tone and precision in playing is just crisp, clear and on point, and as Jonathan pointed out, this is among the finest banter you’ll ever hear in a Phish show. Very entertaining listen. But even more than entertaining, it’s a reminder of how musically mature Phish was even by 1989—26 years ago. A great sounding show, taboot (taboot). This will be a 2-part podcast, with Set 1 this week, Set 2 and Set 3 next week. Chapter markers below. Here’s Charlie Dirksen’s review of the YEM. We mentioned Matt Burnham’s Phish Hall of Fame voting project, check it out! And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review! Chapter 1 0:00 Chat w/Jonathan Chapter 2 19:36 Set 1 Phish 5.28.89 Chapter 3 1:43:58 Set 1 Breakdown — Phish 5.28.89, “Ian’s House”, 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
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