|Originally Performed By||Bonnie Raitt|
|Original Album||Give It Up (1972)|
Online, Phish fans have debated everything about the band, from what movies they might like to who looks better with a beard. In 1999, the question of whether or not Phish has sex appeal had its day in the sun. Regardless of what you think of their originals, Phish has graced the stage with sultry tunes. On 3/18/97, Tammy Fletcher (a Burlington area singer) joined them for an unrehearsed take on “Love Me Like a Man.” Judging by the tapes, it would seem that many in attendance that night would have liked to oblige her.
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