SET 1: Llama, Bouncing Around the Room > Bathtub Gin, Ya Mar, Pebbles and Marbles, Army of One, Split Open and Melt
SET 2: Halley's Comet > Crosseyed and Painless > Slave to the Traffic Light, Nothing -> 46 Days > Scents and Subtle Sounds -> Brian and Robert, Limb By Limb, Cavern
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Review by kipmat
From this perspective, Gin, Melt, Crosseyed, and Limb X are excellent versions, and a 3.0 show that contained two of these four performances would be considered great. Then consider the 2.0 material: Pebbles and Marbles, Army of One, and a HUGE Nothing -> 46 Days -> SaSS sequence, and this show has enough juice to earn a 4-star rating from me.
2 quibbles while I'm here: The "Play it Cactus" in Ya Mar made me, um, appreciate Page's organ solos more. And Trey solo in Slave is very disappointing, though admittedly standard for 2.0. But please don't let these minor points keep you from hearing the rest of this show.