Reviews: Phish Live at Shoreline [Mercury News]

Phish nicely illustrated its versatility during the first set. It started in the land of prog-rock with “Golgi Apparatus,” which included an amazing array of breakneck musical changes executed with pinpoint accuracy, and over the next 80 minutes the group would hit on ‘50s-style vocal doo-wop (“Halley’s Comet”), full-throttle rock (“Chalk Dust Torture”) and Pink Floyd-inspired psychedlia (“The Divided Sky”), among many other sounds.

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