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Editors’ Notes

Hope Sandoval’s heavy-lidded vocals on “Fade Into You” forever cast Mazzy Star as cutely narcoleptic one-hit wonders, but So Tonight That I Might See was much more than that. It was an after-hours L.A. odyssey, by turns menacing on “Mary of Silence” with its echoes of The Doors, country-fried on “She’s My Baby,” and Topanga Canyon-bright on “Unreflected.” Relentlessly midtempo, every song was finely detailed by Paisley Underground veteran David Roback’s folk-gothic/psychedelic guitar. They call it “freak folk” now, but few albums have sounded so enjoyably sunbaked.

Customer Reviews

Amazing

Honestly Mazzy Star is one of the best bands I've heard so far. Their style is so simple and good , it really makes you realise how little it takes to make good music :D

Breathtaking.

This piece is beyond any review. There are no words to describe, one can only feel it. I missed it when it was made and happy to find now, 20 yrs after.

Hit me like a ton of bricks

I heard Fade Into You on the radio tonight and was immediately brought back to awkward high school dances. That feeling of nostalgia - and I can remember exactly who my crush was and going she'd dance with me - was immediately followed by the realization that the album is 20+ years old. It still holds up.

Biography

Formed: 1989

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

If psychedelic music had a voice in '90s post-punk, Mazzy Star may have been its strongest reincarnation. That doesn't necessarily mean that fans of the Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead will find the band to their liking, however. Mazzy Star much preferred the dark side of psychedelia, as exemplified by the most distended tracks of the Doors and the Velvet Underground. Their fuzzy guitar workouts and plaintive folky compositions are often...
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