Mazzy Star - Fade Into You - 10/2/1994 - Shoreline Amphitheatre (Official)

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Tree Climber : Seems like yesterday I was in my 20's listening to this Goddess on the radio for the first time, driving around in my Toyota pick up to meet a date. The 90's... it... life, was so simple. Life was just easier, I had the world at my fingertips, I could have done anything I set my mind to. I had it made, I just didn't realize it then. What happened? College, career, marriage, loved ones passing on, kids... Divorce. Hair turned white, joints ache when it rains... LOL! Now, I'm looking at retirement in the next few years and relocating South, single again. Where the hell did the time go?? I wish I could start over, go back in time, go back in my old truck, hearing her on the radio for the first time. Sometimes we don't appreciate the simple things in life or realize how good we have it. Life goes so fast. Appreciate the good moments and people in your life... as nothing lasts forever.

Montanna Jones : 2019 anyone? Starting the new year right 💪❤️

MoonInSky : She was 28 at this time! She had a perfect act - cute 90s outfits, a mysterious "shy" persona, fashionably unstyled 90s hair, the voice, the introspective lyrics, the waifish build, dreamy green eyes, etc. She's unbelievably appealing to guys and girls alike.

John J III : Life was so much better before smart phones and social media.

bluefoz : 2:25 I especially like the young Anthony Bourdain on the tambourine. He's doing a stellar job!

Neeko : Everyone in that crowd is so fucking 90s it's killing me. I love it.

Kennith Dubroy : I don't know about you guys but I think she's way more sexy then any pop performers from the last 10 year's shaking their ass.correction make that the last 20 years. I'm old

Heidi Schoeffler : I remember buying this CD when I was 14 after hearing about it from some friends. I remember the days when you would spend hours in a CD wharehouse just listening to all of the various CDs you could find to check out new artists. You would hear about bands from friends or late nights of watching MTV, or even listening to the radio. I remember making mix tapes listening to the radio because I didn't have any money to buy anymore CDs. I remember buying imports and feeling like you just captured a hidden gem. I love that this is my generation. I was a kid in the 80s, a teenager filled with angst in the 90s, and I am so thankful for this.

Maria ! : Im getting homesick to a time that doesnt exist anymore...

fluffy Unicorn : Can see where Lana del Rey got her inspiration, absolutely love this song.

epnick : One of the most beautiful woman I have ever seen.

voldosmith : Pretty sure that’s how mermaids sound like, would died in the ocean happy listening to that voice

JaimeBermudezTopefius : It's a Saturday night and I am alone listening to this song. The singer reminds me of a girl I meet in Highschool. She was one the most intelligent people I have ever met, I mean she could speak three languages and play many instruments, apart that she could draw really well. Believe or not, she looked a lot like this girl, or at least that the reason why I can not stop thinking about her, I think. She was kind and adorable. God, she was special and I was so naive. I simply didn't have the experience to tell her anything. I would love to talk to her and tell her how much she has changed my life. How since I met her, I began to actually do something with my life and how much have I achieved. And everything to have a chance with her, to one day be at her level. At this point in my life, years thinking about her, I don't even know if she is real anymore. If you are still alive, I wish you all the best and maybe one day I will tell you how stupid I was and both of us will laugh about it.

Fredrick Bismark : It takes a special singer to leave a crowd like that quiet.

Erick Callo : every skater boys dream girl

Chrissy Bear : Before Lana Del Rey... There was Mazy

Ashleigh Jaima Osborne : This song slows my heart rate, deepens my breathing and aligns something I have yet to name. 😊🇨🇦

NESherv : It's so weird seeing her so young and youthful, and then looking her up on Google and seeing she's 52 years old. I mean, obviously I can do the math, but to someone who's not very familiar with the group and who has just seen such a beautiful performance from a young lady, it's a bit sobering. Time flies whether we like it or not.

MrLeonightis : The early 90s music scene was a very strange and unique space and time , it was organic and like a rerun of the 60's had the feeling of a movement , but before you knew it , it was over . With Cobain checking out , and the disaster that was Woodstock 2 .

Brian Driscoll : I guess this is where this happens, so here I go. I lost my best friend last week to cancer. It started with colon cancer, then like a wild fire spread to most of his vital organs. I never thought that the last time I saw him would be the last time I'd see him. He is resting now after a life of pain and suffering. He died at age 50 but was bullied and picked on since he was a child. He was a pretty gentle dude. Everywhere he went he was a butterfly in a snake pit. None of that matters now, ashes to ashes dust to dust. See you on the other side my friend. Generally speaking I think death is fucked, a part of living but still fucked up.

robert hoagland : This can change a person

Jaime Reynolds : I used to listen to this song all the time as a teenager. Love it ❤️

Lauren Falkner : Can I please just live in the 90s forever?

Nataraja Nath : Reminds me of being 20 years old and first getting into the heroin scene down in the lower east side of Manhatten. The East Village in the summer of '94 was a strange, beautiful, deadly place. This kicks up so many memories. So glad i eventually cleaned up my act. But if i could go back to that time i wouldn't change a thing sick as that sounds.

Tim Power : This song would be nothing without the tambourine though

Chad Roberts : I want to hold the hand inside you I want to take a breath that's true I look to you and I see nothing I look to you to see the truth You live your life, you go in shadows You'll come apart and you'll go blind Some kind of night into your darkness Colors your eyes with what's not there [Chorus] Fade into you Strange you never knew Fade into you I think it's strange you never knew [Verse 2] A stranger's light comes on slowly A stranger's heart without a home You put your hands into your head And then its smiles cover your heart [Chorus] Fade into you Strange you never knew Fade into you I think it's strange you never knew Fade into you Strange you never knew Fade into you I think it's strange you never knew I think it's strange you never knew

StephenAndrew777 : It's hard to believe Hope Sandoval was 28 here. She still looks the same 24 years later.

Alexios Alevras : 1:55 That little disabled child is having a great time I believe, music can surely deliver straight to your soul. Blessed be that kid

Stef Ullrich : First I thought this was new, then I read 1994... which is a compliment for 1994 and a slap in the face for 2018.

Nick Flavell : god, she's so beautiful...

Patrick Bateman : This girl was 27 years old when this song was made, she's 52 now. Let that sink in.... How depressing!

bill hake : Amazing look at what life was like before smartphones, not a single person is buried into their cellphone, they are either captivated by a hauntingly beautiful song, or are quietly talking to the person sitting next to them. Its not good to live in the past but man I wish I could back to life before cellphones, b/c I only got a few years of it.

Mr. Niceguy : I love her lack of vocal technique especially the way she sings through her nose.

TRUCKskate : As a man that listens to rap, metal, and rock n roll. This was beautiful!

Free Reign Network : Where are women like this today I mean she is just hauntingly deep and vulnerable and feminine and just makes you want to blanket her in your arms

Donald Fewox : No self important arrogance..just an amazing sweet beautiful woman.

remigio de dios jr : Lost in time before music sold out too illuminate. Before cell phones ruin concerts selfies when you live for the Moments in life and weren't to much to worry about snap chat 😢

Amit Singh : The good old days,how the time flies. R.I.P to all we've lost.

Mateo Medina : Why am I crying...😂 Favorite song. Got me through dark times.

Merkaba : How was this 25 yrs ago. If you're in your late teens or 20's rn, go do everything NOW. Time goes fast while you're busy making plans.

Tyler Melo : Lana Del Rey wishes she was Mazzy

oldwaysmusic : This came on the radio today and I swore to god it was Lana Del Rey. I looked it up and lo and behold it predates Lana by almost 20 years. I think I found where Lana got most if not all of her artistic style from.

tewksbury driver : God I would give anything to go back to 1994. I was 18 and had life by the balls. All I needed was the $15 I had in my pocket, my friends, and my beat up 82 Thunderbird. It sounds hard to believe to anyone from the current generation, but everything changed in 2000 and even more in 2001. The simple days are gone. RIP

Deku Midoriya : She's so dreamy.

Curtis Reeves : My god what has happened to the world? This has to be one of the all time greats, love it now like I loved it when things were the best times in my life... 🥃💊💊❤️❤️❤️

Christina C : I hate how bored the audience looked:/

w blevins : 49 years old and never heard this band. i love them and i'm sort of in love with the lead singer, how did i miss these people?

djmips : I've watched this a hundred times...

Atilio Escobar : Wow. A crowd listening..seems more real and meaningful than having a bunch of cell phones in front of their faces.

bruce tinez : Who still listening in 2018? Her voice and her expressions are just so beautiful and haunting omg im in love 😍