, attached to 1998-10-15

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show is pretty lopsided from one set to the next. But still some interesting stuff going on here.

Ghost is always a hell of a way to start a show. The jam starts very loopy and then picks up some steam, nothing new or exploratory but a nice fiery jam. It mellows out into some nice ambience at the end. Strong Wolfman with a nice little "Pretty" jam out of it. Solid Gumbo with a nice little jam. Trey seems to be strumming a lot more during jams in this set than usual. Strong bowie that transitions perfectly from mellow to pure insanity. Some good banter discussing Fishmans hatred of the "Yellow Light" is a fun nugget. And then a very well played Reba with some great extended evil jamming.

The rest of the show is somewhat disappointing and disjointed. I can't say much at all sticks out about this second set besides hood. It has a bunch of quick and then slow tunes kind of bunched up together. Hood is without a doubt the highlight. It is well played with a great extra long build towards the end.


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