First set is decent with Free being the highlight, but nothing spectacular. The second set is excellent, however. Wolfman's Brother is jammed considerably and moves past it's usual funk into some atmospheric playing that sounds like it may segue into What's the Use?, but Sand makes its debut instead. This is a great Sand and probably the best version of the song until December. After some intense jamming in Wolfman's and Sand, a fun break with Meatstick is warranted, but the set drops right back into dark jamming with a psychedelic Maze. The set ends on an upbeat note with really good versions of Prince Caspian and Hood.
I return to this second set many times for a good listen. It just has that super groovy, relaxed sound of 1999. The Wolfman's stretches out like a summer dusk, with the band relaxing the audience with a sonic blanket of sound, then Sand starts up and you know the dance party is on. The jam out of Caspian might be my favorite part of this show, and I usually don't even like Fuckerpants. The Hood also has this cool, experimental ending that needs to be heard.