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Link Saturday, 07/25/1998
South Park Meadows, Austin, TX

Set 1: RosesRoses Are Free > DwDDown with Disease > Roggae > Beauty of My Dreams > Ya Mar > Guyute > Julius

Set 2: Piper > Wilson > Frankenstein > Tweezer -> CircusWhen the Circus Comes > LxLLimb By Limb, Fee > AntelopeRun Like an Antelope

Encore: HoodHarry Hood > TweepriseTweezer Reprise

Teases:
· Frankenstein tease in Tweezer

Noteworthy Jams: Ya Mar (key version)

Average Song Gap: 5.88

Performers: Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon

Notes: Tweezer contained a Frankenstein tease from Mike.

Song Distribution:
3 The Story of the Ghost
2 Hoist
2 A Picture of Nectar
1 Farmhouse
1 Stash
1 Lawn Boy
1 Junta
1 The Man Who Stepped into Yesterday
1 The White Tape

Songs by Debut Year:

This show was part of the "1998 Summer U.S. Tour."

JonnyRingo , attached to 1998-07-25 Permalink
This was a great, great show and when listening to the tapes I realize how great that first set really was. Trey's solo in the outro of DWD is one of my all-time favorites. Absolutely shredding. I recently heard that South Park Meadows was torn down. It was a great venue; huge open grass field with a rolling hill near the back. The stage was kind of set in a grass bowl. Huge glostick war during the Hood encore.
Score: 1
westbrook , attached to 1998-07-25 Permalink
westbrook Listen to this show for the great Ya Mar in the first set. The traditional improvisation grows into an ambient and then funky jam. Wilson in the second set is also a bit different. Its jam is longer and more rocking than usual.
Score: 1
Penn42 , attached to 1998-07-25 Permalink
Penn42 This show was the lowest rated show from summer '98 on phish.net with a score of 3.58. Now that I have given it 4 stars, it is tied for lowest with 07.26, each of which have a score of 3.62.

All that said, this show still rocks. It really speaks to the quality of this tour if one of the (generally considered) worst shows is still a really good listen. Ya Mar is the highlight of the show for sure, but aside from that, Tweezer gets a good funk workout, Guyute is very well played, Piper has a really long and slow build in the intro, Wilson has some extra umph, and Antelope and Hood rage like usual for this era.

This is not a show to pass up.
Score: 0
theghost , attached to 1998-07-25 Permalink
The Ya Mar was a sunset jam. When the sun dropped the jam turned dark. A great version.

The first set is very well played...everything is a sharp version.

The second set is unfocused and weak. The next night Trey was singing "too much of everything ain't good for nobody". You can draw your own conclusion.

The dust in the lot was like a thick fog...never seen so much dust.
Score: 0

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