Second set is fun. Suzy is decent and has a nice > into Divided Sky, and the Tweezer is pretty good, too. I don't know that I've ever heard Oh Kee Pa standing alone before, seems weird not to have it lead into Suzy or AC/DC or YEM. Anyhoo, we do get a YEM a couple songs later, and though Page struggles a bit at the start, it's a pretty darn good YEM due to John Popper absolutely tearing it up on the harmonica. I really don't like Blues Traveler at all, but man, Popper can play that thing. And a set-closing Big Black Furry Popper From Mars is interesting, too.
One drawback of this recording is that, while it's a soundboard, the levels are kind of all over the place. Trey is way high for most of it, but when Popper comes in he drowns everything out. And Mike is faint, as usual. Despite that, though, I wouldn't feel right calling this an "average" show given the YEM with Popper and a few other nice moments, so I will go 4 Stars. That's probably inflated a bit, but oh well. Enjoy!