, attached to 1998-07-28

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show has quite a bit to offer, as long as you can get past the lack of jamming.

You get a rarity in emotional rescue to start. The segue into DWD is quick and excellent. Probably a little too good because they fell apart for a second shortly after. It also has one of the most well played versions of Moma Dance I’ve heard, very tight. Sally is a really nice treat and is also played well, the little jam after is great too. Cool It’s Ice Lengthwise It’s Ice segment as well.

Second set has a strange selection. The wedge is pretty solid. Poor heart is super sloppy. I really enjoy this Mango Song as well as Brother (although it was a little flubby and off). Caspian is especially powerful and the ending portion is fantastic. YEM is also very solid.

Cool encore selection to end the show.

1998 is truly a great year.


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