SET 1: 1999 > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Ghost -> Ha Ha Ha > Cavern
SET 2: NICU > Character Zero > Tweezer -> Cities > Wading in the Velvet Sea, Run Like an Antelope > Frankenstein
SET 3: Runaway Jim -> Auld Lang Syne -> Simple, Harry Hood > Tweezer Reprise, Llama
ENCORE: While My Guitar Gently Weeps
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Review by PeopleforaClearerPhish
The Mike's jam is nothing short of sublime with some of the finest, grooviest 'spontaneous composition' in the catalog. It makes me dance and cry, simultaneously. Yup, a large man throwing mad funk moves while bawling like a newborn. Oh, and then there's the Ghost - it has to fall only 5-6 spots below by the same measure.
Bonus in set II is the Tweezer>Cities... If the segue into Cities were dating/shtupping/goin'-steady-with that deservedly well-known segue into Mike's from 7/22/97, then they'd be voted Homecoming King & Queen. Whereas the the latter made us say "Holy Shit!" on that rainy Raleigh night, the former's swanky, greasy slide into Cities in NYC that night evoked more of a "awww, sheeee-iiiiittttt, man..." Y'know what I mean?
Yeah, it gets somewhat more pedestrian after that, but I reckon that by the end of Set I, we should've had to pony-up the ticket price all over again.
Anyhoo, you might hear it differently, I s'pose...but just thinkin' about the heat from that night is fogging up the windows in my house right now.