, attached to 1998-11-28

Review by westbrook

westbrook This show understandably gets lost in the shuffle between two strong performances and has no real marquee jams to speak of. With that said, there are quality versions of Gumbo, Foam, Timber, and Mule to be heard, as noted on the jam charts. When comparing this show to others from the tour, it just doesn't bring enough to sit in the upper tier, but it is well-played and has a decent setlist (the first set is nearly perfect to me). If any of Tube, Disease, or Tweezer had gone bigger, this show would really have no faults, so when you're reaching for some Worcester '98, don't forget this entirely enjoyable, if not exceptional show.


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