Ya Mar contained a Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer tease from Trey and YEM included You’re No Good quotes. This show included the first known performance of The Mango Song as well as the first known Phish performances of The Price of Love and Undun.
Jam Chart Versions
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer tease in Ya Mar, You're No Good quote in You Enjoy Myself
Debut Years (Average: 1986)

This show was part of the "1989 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1989-03-30

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu Pretty average show for the most part. It was interesting to hear The Price of Love as well as Undun for the first time (did Page sing "Too many gerbils" at one point??). Good points include the end of Fluff, a short but hot Antelope, and a decent YEM with "Your No Good" instead of a vocal jam. But some tunes, like Mango and Hydrogen, aren't very sharp, AC/DC Bag is pretty bad, and although not a fault with the music, there are heinous, egregious cuts in both Mike's and Weekapaug. Not a bad listen, not great, so I'm going with three stars.

Too many gerbils.
, attached to 1989-03-30

Review by thelot

thelot This source sounds better over headphones. Some hiss present and it’s a pretty flat sounding soundboard.

With that said, I thought the show was pretty solid! The song selection had a nice flow. Some annoying cuts however. The worst being Weekapaug. Which had an extended bass intro tonight. Most of the jam in Mikes is cut as well. ;)

Lots of highlights tonight, but the most notable were the debuts. Without checking out the set list beforehand, the debut of ‘The Price of Love’ caught me off guard. Mango Song made for a great 2nd set opener and Undun was absolutely hilarious! Set 3 had a very eclectic flow which Trey points out before diving into Rocky Top. Satin Doll was fantastic tonight! Trey, Mike and Fish each took a beautiful solo! Worth a spin!
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