@MiguelSanchez said:HAHAHA, I was just about to post to thank you for getting this back on my radar and to comment on that first set Taste. You beat me to it buddy!!@The_Blob said:@MiguelSanchez said:I used to listen to that 12/28 set all the time, but it’s just one of those that fell by the wayside. Shit happens with so much great Phish to he heard. It’s not unusual for Pete to throw something back in my listening rotation!!No shit. That’s the 12/28/98 wolfmans huh? Pegged it for Amsterdam Carini which seemed like way too easy of a jam. Need to refresh on that wolfmans. It’s dirtier than I remember!Initially I was leaning towards 4/2/98 Twist, since it gets in a similar space towards the end. I didn't know that Wolfman's before, honestly.
I hadn't listened to 12/28/98 in 2-3 years till I recently revisited the Carini (-> Jam) -> Wolfie (-> Jam), and I'm so glad I did. Excellent Taste in the first set too (in which there's another unannotated DEG tease ~7:25)...
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