MAZZY STAR – Highly Praised ‘SO TONIGHT THAT I MIGHT SEE’ Album Came Out 25 Years Ago…

Going back in sonic history looking for memorable albums…

3 October 2018

Artist: MAZZY STAR

Album: SO TONIGHT THAT I MIGHT SEE – second LP

Released: 5 October 1993 – 25 years ago

ALL MUSIC wrote: “Thanks to the fluke hit “Fade Into You” – one of the better beneficiaries of alt-rock’s radio prominence in the early ’90s, a gentle descent of a lead melody accompanied
by piano, a steady beat, and above all else, Hope Sandoval’s lovely lead vocal… Mazzy Star’s second album became something of a commercial success. All without changing much at all from where the band was before – David Roback oversaw all the production, the core emphasis remained a nexus point between country, folk, psych, and classic rock all shrouded in mystery, and Sandoval’s trademark drowsy drawl remained swathed in echo.”

Score 4.5/5 – Full review here.

TURN UP THE VOLUME! says: The kind of emotive darkness your soul want to get completely lost in. Hypnotic, bewitching and gloomy. One kind of a voice.

THREE TOP TRACKS: Fade Into You / Five String Serenade / Wasted

* Fade Into You

* Five String Serenade

* Wasted

ALBUM in full…

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MAZZY STARR: Facebook – All Albums


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