|Title:||So Tonight That I Might See|
|Style:||Psychedelic Rock, Alternative Rock, Ethereal, Shoegaze, Blues Rock|
|Other format:||MPC VOC ASF DTS AHX APE ASF|
So Tonight That I Might See is the second studio album by American dream pop band Mazzy Star, released on October 5, 1993. The album's first track, "Fade into You", became the band's first and only single to make the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at number 44, and also charted at number 48 on the UK Singles Chart
So Tonight That I Might See. Лицензиар. UMG (от лица компании "EMI"); UBEM, BMI - Broadcast Music In. LatinAutor - ACODEM, LatinAutor, União Brasileira de Compositores, Wixen Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (13).
But grand as She Hangs Brightly was, So Tonight That I Might See remains the group's undisputed high point, mixing in plenty of variety among its tracks without losing sight of what made the group so special to begin with. Though many songs work with full arrangements like "Fade Into You," a thick but never once overpowering combination, two heavily stripped-down songs demonstrate in different ways how Mazzy Star makes a virtue out of simplicity. Mary of Silence" is an organ-led slow shuffle that easily ranks with the best of the Doors, strung-out and captivating all.
MAZZY STAR - Fade into you (live) 4:19. Mazzy Star - Five String Serenade 4:25. Mazzy Star - So Tonight That I Might See (2018 Version) 7:53. Into Dust, Mazzy Star 5:37. So Tonight That I Might See 7:21.
So Tonight That I Might See Mazzy Star.
Produced by David Roback. Album So Tonight That I Might See. Fade Into You Lyrics. 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. Fade into you Strange you never knew Fade into you I think it's strange you never knew
So Tonight That I Might See. "Please retry". With nods to Nico and the Velvet Underground, So Tonight that I Might See is vintage Mazzy. Remarkably, the recording produced a strikingly undanceable single, "Fade into You," that ascended to respectable rotation on college and AAA radio. The rest of the album sticks close to the single's plaintive, retro balladry. Though Sandoval rarely raises her voice above a sultry whisper, it's bright enough to hold your attention all night.