From This Might Be A Wiki

Fan Recaps and Comments:

TMBG played a collection of Venue Songs right after David Dondero played, went backstage for a 10-15 minute break, then played a regular full set.

Reynoldbot Writes:

This is a review of the downloadable audio offered on the site. When I am considering shows to download, I consider three things: Venue/show's personal relationship (I went to the show, I live near the venue, it's my favorite venue etc.), set list (good songs, rare occurances etc.), and recording quality (clipping, distortion, live feel, fullness etc.). Dan Miller, in his recap, usually mentions the quality of the recording briefly. Those are what this review focuses on.
I bought this show solely based on the set list. Any time TMBG plays 2 nights at a venue, the second night is usually the one with all the great live gems, and this one is no different. You can see it for yourself, a good mix indeed.
The recording quality of this show is entirely enjoyable but not spectacular in any way. It sounds a little clinical for my tastes, but the mix is good and the band has a full sound. I enjoy hearing more live sounding show, with more crowd noise in the mix and allowing the ambience of the specific venue to shine . In that aspect, this download is disappointing.
One thing: I don't know if this was intentional, but the guitar during "E Eats Everything" is hopelessly out of tune and, rendering that specific song unlistenable.
In conclusion, this is not a bad deal, a good safe download with no major problems but nothing spectacular worth noting.