, attached to 1989-10-01

Review by WeatherReport

WeatherReport Another Front show I attended, I distinctly remember the Highway To Hell encore played on this night. This is about my forth or fifth Phish show at the Front, which had quickly became my favorite bar in town to see live music. I had a few tapes of the band at this point, and started to have favorite songs that I looked for. I liked Run Like an Antelope from the first time I heard it, and remember this night's version being really good. I'm pretty sure this was my first time hearing Contact and The Lizards, along with the debut of Reba. My girlfriend at the time took a liking to Reba in a big way, and frequently sang the "bag it, tag it" chorus for weeks afterward. This was a solid show for the era, definitely not a 3 set monster Front show, but by no means a sleeper either.
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