, attached to 1998-11-14

Review by CaptChaos

CaptChaos kind of an unremarkable setlist, but some stellar playing from the band this night. Just revisited on my ipod today and was presently surprised. Great versions (Reba, Zero!, Bowie, Piper) and good energy all around. The Tweezer has a nice little mellow, funky drop-down before Moma. Trey loops a great little funk riff around 11 min into YEM, and then solos over it, which is kinda cool, though it never really elevates from there, and just ends up funkin' along for a while.

I'd kind of forgotten about this one, think it was sort of erased from my brain by night 1 Worcester a couple weeks later.


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