9/5 doesn't really have any stand-out performances like 9/4. It's simply a rocking show all the way through. I remember them seeming kind of tired at the time, but to listen now they sound great.
First set anchored by a sweet 1/2 Step, a pretty jamming Rooster, and a Stagger Lee that also works well. RoR is nice, but the Cassidy, Don't Ease combo at the end seals it up nicely. Cassidy is particularly well-jammed.
Second set has some fantastic moments! China>Rider is solid, solid, solid. Great transition! Women R is also up. Nice jamming from Jerry! A total of six pre-drums songs, with only Ship o' Fools to slow it down. I'll take that most any day. Jerry sings it with style. Truckin was a very hit-or-miss Bob tune in the 90s. He always seemed like he was struggling a bit to get the lyrics out. But it usually was well-jammed out, and here they pair it with Smokestack – a relatively rare treat in the 90s, only played a few times per year. Phil just tears everything apart during the transition. Powerful. A super-nice pre-drums highlight.
Vince sounds nice on Miracle post-space. Jam sounds like Truckin reprise, abruptly pulling back and landing in Black Peter, one of my faves. Sugar Mag is perfectly fine and US Blues a nice encore.
All-in-all this one is worth a listen. Not as good as 9/4, but probably better than the next night with its brutal Dark Star tease. 9/6 does have bigger songs -- Bird Song, Stranger, Playin, Terrapin -- but somehow that show just doesn't deliver the same way.