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Mazzy Star — Into Dust
Album: So Tonight That I Might See
Avg rating:
7.7

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Total ratings: 2489









Released: 1993
Length: 5:31
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Still falling
Breathless and on again
Inside today
Beside me today
Around, broken in two
Till your eyes shed
Into dust
Like two strangers
Turning into dust
Till my hand shook
With the way I fear

I could possibly be fading
Or have something more to gain
I could feel myself growing colder
I could feel myself under your fate
Under your fate

It was you
Breathless and tall
I could feel my eyes turning into dust
And two strangers
Turning into dust
Turning into dust
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 Signwrtr61 wrote:
Beautiful yet, a bit eerie. As a whole, beautiful voice and awesome instrumentals. Solid 9. Sorry listeners, I can't give ANY artist a 10 as, nothing Earthly is remotely God-like, no matter how much I like it or how good it may be. 
 
If dog doesn't exist - then nothing is, in fact, dog-like



How can you not like this?
 zurcronium wrote:
Some interesting hints of stairway by LZ underpinning this amazing tune
 
Great tune.
Leave LZ alone.
Love em I do
Rest is peace David, friend.
Rest in peace Keith, friend.
This song is pure musical perfection for me. An amazing work!

I would swear I hear a cello expressing deep bass notes and resonant emotion underneath the sweet guitar and Hope Sandoval's marvelous voice; but Wiki says it's a violin.

Can someone more musically experienced than I am tell me which is true?

😍
Some interesting hints of stairway by LZ underpinning this amazing tune
more dull Mazzy Star. 
Magnificent and sparse, Mazzy Star at their best. A dirge on existential despair.
Beautiful yet, a bit eerie. As a whole, beautiful voice and awesome instrumentals. Solid 9. Sorry listeners, I can't give ANY artist a 10 as, nothing Earthly is remotely God-like, no matter how much I like it or how good it may be. 
Great song deserves an 8 or above
 coyote620 wrote:
this is like Novocaine
 

I just love her voice...
this is like Novocaine
House S03E03 "Informed Consent"

Wonderful track, Album and Artist/group.
 hayduke2 wrote:
sad       sweet
 
Hope Sandoval does actually smile sometimes.
Beautiful, contemplative...
I miss you, Ann...  wish you were here... rest in peace...
Cynaera wrote: Romeo - you put a silly grin on my face every time I read one of your posts. Um, and how many people do you have in your hotel room right now? Beware of the fire marshall... I know him and he's diligent to the point of obsession...
Another band I never would have heard of except for 'rp'. Whatta' good radio station.
hypnotical, like most of their songs
Not the first time I've heard this.  I want to like it more but I can't figure it out.  still, give her credit....
 madaxeman wrote:
On first listen, a seven. Quite possibly a higher rating after several listens.
 
Her voice has crept into my cranium over the years and won't leave... in a good way.  9 for me.  Love this song.
On first listen, a seven. Quite possibly a higher rating after several listens.
Not complaining, love the song. . .but didn't I hear this a few hours ago?

And yes, I listen to RP for hours and hours on end. This might be a personal problem.
This going anywhere or can I nap for a bit?
{#Dancingbanana_2}
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/15/38/3b/15383bf6101e7e1e85dabe8603f551d6.jpg
Today's little moment of bliss. {#Good-vibes}
 jmkate wrote:
Picture a completely mesmerized crowd in a tiny DC club. Excellent concert.

 
The original 9:30 Club?
Extraordinary song. 9/10. 
 Chrisjea wrote:
How in the world am I supposed to get any work done here Bill?  Good Lord the line-up since 4:00 (PST) has been tremendous.  Thank you,

 
Yeah, annoying ;) need to turn off RP to focus on my work ;) Thank you Bill for another great year full of good music {#Guitarist}
How in the world am I supposed to get any work done here Bill?  Good Lord the line-up since 4:00 (PST) has been tremendous.  Thank you,
TEN OUTTA TEN!
10outta10
House M.D.
I just float away on Hope's lyrics. Love that.
 meauclaire wrote:
It's a miracle! A Mazzy Star song that isn't Fade into you.

 
{#Lol} true that. This one is as good in a different way.
beautiful

nearly perfect. falls apart a bit at the end in an attempt to "resolve" things.
there is no resolution. better to have just let it fade 
 boober wrote:

Could be gas.

 
Not likely.  Maybe an unexpected link to the rest of humanity. or a realization of how beautifully a simple feeling can be expressed by a beautiful person.
 Ginetta wrote:
Wow, what a strong feeling I get with this music...{#Wave}
 
Could be gas.
I always feel that an artist arrives at a point where a piece of work truly defines who they are and what they are about.  For me, this song defines Mazzy Star like no other.
It's a miracle! A Mazzy Star song that isn't Fade into you.
Delicate.  Dreamy. Beautiful.  
sad       sweet
 Cynaera wrote:
Dead-on, romeotuma.  This song in particular... I heard the first strains of it, after dealing with a world of cats in heat, a brother in debt, and dogs freaked out by thunder... and I just took a deep breath, closed my eyes, and everything melted.
This song is yum. {#Bounce}

Thank you, Calypsus_1, as always, for the visual... *hugs you*
 
miss you so much, Cynaera...  everybody in my alien space crafts loves this song...  we love sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll...  get it while you can...
Wow, what a strong feeling I get with this music...{#Wave}
Picture a completely mesmerized crowd in a tiny DC club. Excellent concert.
 aspicer wrote:
Wow that swept over me like hot water sliding into a bath. What a tune!

 
Nice.
 BBoyes wrote:
CD only $5 at Amazon. First I have heard her. Click.

 
You woz robbed
A beautiful song. Like most of Mazzy Star's stuff is.
...just love almost everything Mazzy (Hope) Star does
That was just perfect.  I was working away here at my computer, and then this song started and I was just transported to another...I don't know what.  But far far away from here.  Very hypnotic. Came to when it ended.  Gorgeous.
alas,
rating depends sometimes  even of full moon and eclipses- take 8 most excelent)) great song, though
{#Heartkiss}{#Heartkiss} ........ soooooooooo very good - luv Mazzy 9 for me
 JBarDom wrote:
Is there some Stevie Nicks in there?

 
It's a must have

Is there some Stevie Nicks in there?
Wow that swept over me like hot water sliding into a bath. What a tune!
Sounds a bit like Velvet Underground to me..... and that's not a BAD thing....
They have a new album coming out. First one in 14 years or something like that.
Goosebumps!!  This song is incredibly beautiful....
"I can feel myself growing colder..."
Yeah, no shit honey.  You and me both and it's sunny and 70-degrees where I am.  PSD here I come!  Click
Possibly one of the best produced records of the 90's and David Roback is a genius.
CD only $5 at Amazon. First I have heard her. Click.
so soothing
more magnificent Mazzy!
"Dust to Dust" pays tribute to the heroes of one of gaming's most epic sagas.

In April 2010, "Ashes to Ashes" set a grim stage fraught with desperation, but a glimmer of hope remained as Delta clung to the ideal of brotherhood. Months later came the E3 2011 trailer featuring "War Pigs," and new images of resilience as Sera's last remaining human forces rallied in an explosive fight for survival. Now, set to the song "Into Dust" by Mazzy Star, the stirring new broadcast trailer follows the full saga of Marcus and Delta's journey across all three "Gears of War" games as they charge head-on into the end.

TV Advertisement, with music "Into Dust" by Mazzy Star
 Magikal1act wrote:
arresting...just stopped me in my tracks, shivers all over my body...dreamlike visions hover just outside of consciousness. 
 
entire album is like that. magical & ethereal. great music to fall asleep to...and hope sandoval is stunning to see do this live...dating myself a bit.
One of my 3 favourites off this absolutely gorgeous album.
Beautiful song. Love it.
arresting...just stopped me in my tracks, shivers all over my body...dreamlike visions hover just outside of consciousness. 
I was a Mazzy Star fan right from the beginning. Always loved this album the most and still do. Spent many late nights in bed with the headphones on, pressing them against my ears, absorbing every bit of this fantastic record.
 planet3one9 wrote:
Oops - nice transition from the MARTIN sexton track. Same family?
 
maybe.....why not?
Oops - nice transition from the MARTIN sexton track. Same family?
Nice transition from that Charlie sexton track, Bill...I love when the first couple notes take u to "that" place...I thought and was hoping it was this track - and it was...natch.
Best radio anywhere, ever
I have this CD - thanks, RP, for reminding me of why I need to keep it in my immediate playlist. Geez, I have to go write now.
My first time for this song. Beautiful.
Sounds like Jefferson Airplane.
This is a brilliant track, even though it has been over played recently on adverts for mobile phones and games.
I heard this on the TV commercial for Gears of War 3 and recognized it as Mazzy Star right a way, great song!
Really Good
{#Sleep}
 Weblizard wrote:

very well said- and timely... cheers!
 

Yes, I agree...  love this song...

 
 Cynaera wrote:

It's never too late to get back to the music. I lost track of friends, family, home, priorities... But the music brought me back. Once I could sit and just listen to a song with my eyes closed and my mind open, things slowly came back into focus for me.

Maybe music will always be terribly important, and all that's needed is a few precious minutes to surrender to it. Give it a chance, slowly. Life has a way of pulling us away from what keeps us rooted and sane. Take a little time every day to listen to one song completely - lock yourself in the bathroom if that's what it takes (well, that's what I had to do.) Bring music back into your life, because if it was once important, it still is.

{#Hug}
 
very well said- and timely... cheers!
...hah - i totally thought this was juel resistance whe i first turned it on...
 scraig wrote:

wow. Mazzy knows one chord. zzzzzzzzz.
 
Actually, there's six chords here, but keep practicing and you, too, will be able to count.
 Tizmself wrote:
It's Friday and this is putting me to sleep.....zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
 
wow. Mazzy knows one chord. zzzzzzzzz.
 Cynaera wrote:

It's never too late to get back to the music. I lost track of friends, family, home, priorities... But the music brought me back. Once I could sit and just listen to a song with my eyes closed and my mind open, things slowly came back into focus for me.

Maybe music will always be terribly important, and all that's needed is a few precious minutes to surrender to it. Give it a chance, slowly. Life has a way of pulling us away from what keeps us rooted and sane. Take a little time every day to listen to one song completely - lock yourself in the bathroom if that's what it takes (well, that's what I had to do.) Bring music back into your life, because if it was once important, it still is.

{#Hug}

 

Bravo - well said
Perfect transition from Hitchcock

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions - Charlotte

"Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions - Charlotte

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions is an indie band comprising Hope Sandoval from the dormant band Mazzy Star and Colm O'Ciosoig, formerly of My Bloody Valentine. Their first album Bavarian Fruit Bread was released in 2001. Bass player Alan Browne from Irish band Dirt Blue Gene played bass and co-wrote on some songs on Bavarian Fruit Bread.
Hope Sandoval (born June 24, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter who was lead singer for Mazzy Star and later Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions.

After 1996, Hope began a career of working with other bands. She collaborated with a series of artists, including Air, Bert Jansch, Death in Vegas, Le Volume Courbe, Richard X, The Chemical Brothers, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Twilight Singers, Vetiver, and Massive Attack. "

 ch83575 wrote:
I was a young teenager when this came out.  Back then this music seemed terribly important for some reason.  Now, when I hear this song I feel nostalgic for the time when music like this was terribly important.  Perhaps, in the end it actually is (terribly important that is) and I have just lost track of something along the way.
 
It's never too late to get back to the music. I lost track of friends, family, home, priorities... But the music brought me back. Once I could sit and just listen to a song with my eyes closed and my mind open, things slowly came back into focus for me.

Maybe music will always be terribly important, and all that's needed is a few precious minutes to surrender to it. Give it a chance, slowly. Life has a way of pulling us away from what keeps us rooted and sane. Take a little time every day to listen to one song completely - lock yourself in the bathroom if that's what it takes (well, that's what I had to do.) Bring music back into your life, because if it was once important, it still is.

{#Hug}

I was a young teenager when this came out.  Back then this music seemed terribly important for some reason.  Now, when I hear this song I feel nostalgic for the time when music like this was terribly important.  Perhaps, in the end it actually is (terribly important that is) and I have just lost track of something along the way.
 Cynaera wrote:

Dead-on, romeotuma.  This song in particular... I heard the first strains of it, after dealing with a world of cats in heat, a brother in debt, and dogs freaked out by thunder... and I just took a deep breath, closed my eyes, and everything melted.

This song is yum. {#Bounce}

Thank you, Calypsus_1, as always, for the visual... *hugs you*
 


Yessss... this song is soooo emotive...

hugs to ya, and I hope life is grand for you...


 
 romeotuma wrote:


Mazzy Star melts me...  love it...


 
Dead-on, romeotuma.  This song in particular... I heard the first strains of it, after dealing with a world of cats in heat, a brother in debt, and dogs freaked out by thunder... and I just took a deep breath, closed my eyes, and everything melted.

This song is yum. {#Bounce}

Thank you, Calypsus_1, as always, for the visual... *hugs you*

Absolutely Angelic    {#Meditate}

Mazzy Star - David and Hope  by Saman Sohaib Awan
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old favorite - good memories :)


excellent...

 
Yes... good for insomnia.


Mazzy Star melts me...  love it...


Simply my very favorite album to fall asleep to...I mean that in the best way possible.  This brings on blissful dreams.
 jhorton wrote:

Or, they're just playing way over your head.....
 
em, I said I like the song...{#Rolleyes}
 rbigelo wrote:
Sparse, haunting ... beautiful! =)
 


Yes, I love this song...



Sparse, haunting ... beautiful! =)
 Thistle wrote:
I call bullshit.

This broad is cute and she gets attention for that.  This music is tepid at best.
  

This "broad"?

Is it still, like, the 1940s in Winnipeg?

peyotecoyote wrote:


Hey, that's not fair she plays the harmonica and the glockenspiel too!

What?!!! No cowbell?

Hannio wrote:


Yeah, the words would be different indeed, since Embyronic Journey is an instrumental. You're thinking of Coming Back to Me.

Actually, I was thinking "Today" by the Jefferson Airplane.

 dapower wrote:

I like this song but I know what you mean. I've always had a sneaking suspicion that they're very far up their own arse.
 
Or, they're just playing way over your head.....
 Thistle wrote:
I call bullshit.

This broad is cute and she gets attention for that.  This music is tepid at best.
 
I like this song but I know what you mean. I've always had a sneaking suspicion that they're very far up their own arse.

It's Friday and this is putting me to sleep.....zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
 lattalo wrote:

This sounds like a Jefferson Airplane song I use to hear a long time ago, it was
called Empryonic Journey off Surrealistic Pillow, same song different words.
 

Yeah, the words would be different indeed, since Embyronic Journey is an instrumental.  You're thinking of Coming Back to Me.
Sounds nice, but ultimately uneventful music.  Enjoyable background music.

first listen.................. very cool
 Thistle wrote:
I call bullshit.

This broad is cute and she gets attention for that.  This music is tepid at best.
 

Hey, that's not fair she plays the harmonica and the glockenspiel too!
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz{#Sleep}
absolutely, the most beautiful music ever.
Just as I rated it, outstanding!
A long time favourite.
 Thistle wrote:
I call bullshit.

This broad is cute and she gets attention for that.  This music is tepid at best.
 
The Empress has no clothes! {#Whistle}