SET 1: Ya Mar, My Soul, Bathtub Gin, Heavy Things, Back on the Train > David Bowie, Cars Trucks Buses, Farmhouse
SET 2: Rock and Roll > Jesus Just Left Chicago > Down with Disease > Twist, Contact > Makisupa Policeman > Character Zero
ENCORE: Brian and Robert, Possum
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Review by FlaxBandit
The other jam highlight has to be Rock and Roll to open the second set. They absolutely turn this song inside out if that makes any sense. By around 9 minutes it starts to become dissonant for a couple minutes but at about 11:30 the jam turns inside out. Absolutely wicked transition into a trancy sort of groove. This isn't the greatest jam ever, but the way this jam transforms is classic Phish and to me really has a sound that I'll always associate with that initial post-Cypress sound.
For summer 2000 this was a good but not great show. There was no madness or wackiness on stage or with the crowd, but RnR had that one moment of channeled improv that I attend shows for, and you cannot walk away from a Contact>Makisupa without a smile. Worth hearing that RnR jam and if you like things like comparing the themes throughout a tour, the Gin is a must for that reason.