SET 1: Runaway Jim, Guelah Papyrus, Reba, Fee, Split Open and Melt, Esther, It's Ice > Harry Hood, Golgi Apparatus
SET 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > David Bowie, Lifeboy > Rift, Jesus Just Left Chicago, The Lizards, Hold Your Head Up > Nothin' But A Nothin' > Hold Your Head Up
ENCORE: Chalk Dust Torture, Free Bird
Page teased Gypsy Queen in Runaway Jim. In the pause during Guelah, Trey said "Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Neil Young," prompting Page to tease After the Gold Rush. Reba included a Dixie tease. Fee featured Trey singing the verses through a megaphone and contained teases of Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley near the end. It’s Ice included a Simpsons signal. Nothin' But A Nothin' featured a guest appearance by Baby Gramps, who was also the opening act. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
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Review by westbrook
Set 2 begins normally enough with 2001, but the Bowie that emerges at the end of 2001 is great. There's not much down time in the jam. It's ferocious from start to finish. Lifeboy is a nice cool down after Bowie and Rift brings the energy back up. Page digs deep in Jesus Just Left Chicago, both on vocals and the piano. Trey responds with an inspired guitar solo, as well. Frankly, Mice and Bats with Baby Gramps is strange, but it's interesting to hear once (and only once). A ripping Chalk Dust ends the second set well, and the a Capella Free Bird encore is both impressive and humorous. Give this show a listen, you won't be disappointed.