Reba opens the second set and the composed sections are a bit rocky at times, but the jam is nice and piercing like a good Reba jam should be. Good stuff. Next up to bat is a big, relentless series of tunes that are all treated well. My copy of Bag cuts all over the place for a little while, but it's evident that it's a very energetic version with great soloing from Trey. The Curtain is very good and leads into a joyful Dog Log. Slave follows and Grippo returns. This is a nice version, with Trey repeating the same gorgeous riff for a little while until it gets really heavy. Dave is pretty hard to hear on my copy though, Trey and Page muffle everything else quite a bit. Highway To Hell follows and is pretty funny, everyone belts out the vocals at the top of their lungs.
YEM is a welcome addition to this show, and this one is a hoot. Dave adds tons of texture here. The Frankenstein jam near the end is sweet, too. La Grange emerges from the vocal jam and a respectable little jam follows. Contact and BBFCFM end the show in a unique way before a Fish-led Whipping Post encore.
There are some nice moments here, but most everything is just typically nice Phish. 3 star show, but be sure to catch the Truth tracks if you like a side of horns.