, attached to 1998-11-07

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads I would consider this an above average-great show. The sheer scope of the Mike's Groove in the first set is enough to convince me, however often that occurred in 1998 or afterwards. The acoustic-Trey interlude is certainly rewarding. The Wedge and Limb by Limb lend a poignancy to the Groove that might not otherwise be found in setlong Mike's Grooves. AC/DC Bag to open the second set is groovy, if not monochromatic. It modulates before a segue into Ghost, which bubbles under to some degree before the Set conclusion, Reba, Farmhouse. Reba displays some pyrotechnics which might've been expected from the Ghost, but it's a satisfactory close to the set. Guyute, While My Guitar Gently Weeps is a fitting coda to the show.


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