, attached to 1998-11-28

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround Gumbo: Pretty good version. Felt like Trey was trying for some hose action around 7:30 but quickly thought better of it for some reason.

Tube: Nice, great placement. Will they throw down like they did in Utah? Nein. >

Down with Disease: Standard as she goes, captain. Cool placement though. I bet the energy was through the roof after these first three tunes.

Guyute: Standard.

Albuquerque: Standard.

Foam: Standard.

The Moma Dance: Standard.

Split Open and Melt: Pretty good Melt.

SET 2:

Julius: The most standard version.

Wolfman's Brother: Had all of the earmarks of going downtown. But someone got ADD and yanked it into… (damn shame!!!) >

Timber (Jerry the Mule) - Standard. This one is a ‘jamcharts’ version, lol. >

Loving Cup: Strange placement. Indicative of too much partying and poor decision making. >

Scent of a Mule: Song sucks. This one exemplifies that sentiment. This one is a ‘jamcharts’ version, lol.

Prince Caspian: Oof when this starts up, needed so much more after Mule. But, this Caspian jam is pretty strong. >

Crossroads: Face melter.

Tweezer: Band is just not very hooked up in the very early 10’s. Gets better by the time they hit the late 10’s, but it’s there. That’s why it’s no surprise that just a minute later they choose not to go on with this. Like they were out of ideas?

Cavern: Standard.


Sample in a Jar: Woof. >

Tweezer Reprise: Standard.

Summary: This show doesn’t have a single tune I would revisit or recommend. The rating on .net is too high:3.724/5 (87 ratings). This show feels like a 3.5/5 to me.

Replay Value: None.


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