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

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Mazzy Star - Fade Into You Recorded Live: 10/2/1994 - Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA More Mazzy Star at Music Vault: Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: Personnel: Hope Sandoval - vocals, harmonica David Roback - guitar Suki Ewers - guitar Jill Emery - bass Will Glenn - violin Keith Mitchell - percussion Summary: Presented here is a rare acoustic performance by one of the leading lights of the Paisley Underground's psychedelic revival, Mazzy Star, recorded on the second of two nights at the annual Bridge School Benefit in 1994. The performance begins with a pair of songs from the group's 1990 debut and concludes with the single from the their latest album at the time, So Tonight That I May See, which was released exactly one year prior. However, it is the two songs sandwiched in between that are the most notable, beginning with a stripped down performance of "Flowers In December," which wouldn't see release for another two years and the unreleased rarity "Leaving On A Train" (AKA "Let That Be"), which has long been a live staple, but is yet to appear on any Mazzy Star album.


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.

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

ITheRevolutionx : She looks like the shy, kinda weird but gorgeous girl. Then you start talking to her and you realize you could listen to her speak all day long.

robert hoagland : This can change a person

River GN : What a time. It was good. It is greatly missed. Nobody holding a phone recording. Just watching and taking her in. I Miss those days.

Matthew Walker : the first time i heard this....1994....a july afternoon,...Lenox St in SF....Lying on my girlfriends stomach,. our first few days together,...took a dose of e. first time....and listed to this album for 6 hours. the fragrance of russian amber and sweat, and cotton and cinnamon... in summertime. whispering words,..broken by tears,..and whispers and tears,.....and kisses,....and squeezing her til i couldn't squeeze anymore. the city is gone. but that afternoon,...I will never forget. Suzanne..... xoxoxox wherever you are....thank you.

J O-T : 1994 seems so alien compared to now

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.

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

qvistus82 : This is 90's in the best possible way.

huckyosef : Sadly, what struck me more than her incredible singing was the shots of the crowd sitting there rapt with not a cell phone in sight. How far we've fallen.


still pg : Yeah. that kind of sound some hearts are longing for.........very rare class of its own

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

Steve B. : I was at this performance. 16 yrs old, had actually never heard Mazzy Star, this song blew me away. Beautiful song.

Aléf : Her name is Hope Sandoval. The band's name is Mazzy Star.

Don Saxon : No self important arrogance..just an amazing sweet beautiful woman.

Satish Tukkapuram : Lyrics I want to hold the hand inside you I want to take the 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 black Some kind of night into your darkness Colors your eyes with what's not there Fade into you Strange you never knew Fade into you I think it's strange you never knew A stranger's light comes on slowly A stranger's heart without a home You put your hands into your head And then smiles cover your heart Fade into you Strange you never knew Fade into you I think it's strange you never knew

Steven Roby : Lana del Ray was obviously influenced by her(Hope)

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... 🥃💊💊❤️❤️❤️

Daniel : one look at her would surely make me fall madly for her haha

TJFF ITs : She looks like trouble...

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

louielucifer : Hope Sandoval and her amazing voice.

Samuel Ferrer : The 90's, like the 60's were magic ... full of innocence...

Dark Star Crashes : My future girl needs to like this kind of music😤

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.

Francisco Carriedo : My god! The 90s was a beautiful time. Specially the first half. Nice I had the privilege to experience it.

j0nnyism : God i was only 20 when this came out. Seems like yesterday.

Jean Carlos : Alguém do Brasil em 2019?

Ron Simmonds : This song takes me to that other place outside my body

I'MsoGAY For DELREY : Can see where Lana del Rey got her inspiration, absolutely love this song.

Taylor Brogdon : this song will forever remind me of a beautiful girl I never wanted to lose. I love you sol.

JimmyJak : Goddamnit! I miss the 90s.

Marvin Guigar : She was very pretty I don't know what she looks like now but I'm sure she's still beautiful.

A G : Missing the 90's so much...

jemma callow : she's so beautiful and that voice is kinda haunting, I can't stop just looking at her in awe

g a : 2000-2019 - TERRIBLE. Get me out of here and back to this place.

Derek Ashley : The 90s was the last decade before globalism and oppressive technology warped everyone into impersonal cold hearted zombies. Back when people were still human and less stingy.

Deku Midoriya : She's so dreamy.

aztecwarrior : She's beautiful!..

Erick Callo : every skater boys dream girl

Adam Malysz : i just want to go back to the 90's

Ara S : I know I've had a good life. I kissed a girl at 16 w this song playing in the background.

wolwol3 : The thing that actually amazes me the most is that when the camera pans on the audience, there’s only people sitting and WATCHING the performance, like truly looking at it. They’re not on their smartphones nor holding cameras to record the performance. I kinda miss being able not to have my phone with me when I attend these kind of events. I was only a kid in 1994, and I would love to have had more of those years, when technology was not that important, when people could actually get bored, genuinely. I miss it.

Stephen Feeney : Hollows are doing this sound in 2019. Fresh hollows. Its on a netflix teen movie; The perfect date. Mazzy Star is still an inspiration 25 years on. Wow 25 years

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.

Emily Cookie Girl : my grampa showed me this and i fell in love! :D Keep up the good work!

okthennone : Amazing in so many ways!