Mazzy Star Ghost Highway CD

Mazzy Star Ghost Highway CD

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Ghost Highway



  1. Flowers In December                             5.10
  2. Ride It On                                                 3.18
  3. Into Dust                                                   6.12
  4. Give You My Lovin’ (Sylvia Gomez) 4.02
  5. Fade Into You                                          4.39
  1. Halah                                                          3.25
  2. Ghost Highway (David Roback)        3.30
  3. Blue Flower    (Peter Blegvad/ Anthony Moore)                                            4.42

       9.Flowers In December                             5.26

10. Bells Ring                                                   4.21

11. Blue Flower (Peter Blegvad/ Anthony Moore) 4.12

12. Halah                                                                           3.45

13. So Tonight, That I Might See                                7.39

1-8 Recorded The Metro Chicago 12th November 1994

 Studio 105 Maison de la Radio      October 1993 

10-14 Recorded at KROQ  L.os Angeles 10th December 1994

All songs Hope Sandoval & David Roback except where noted.

Hope Sandoval Vocals, Harmonica, Tambourine, David Roback Guitar, Keith Mitchell  Drums, William Cooper Keyboards Violin , Jason Yates Bass ,


The Winter of ’94 and a year after the release of the sublime “So Tonight That I Might See”,  Mazzy Star find themselves still touring and promoting the album, some of the songs featured here are from that album such as Into Dust, Bells Ring the title track and the hit single Fade Into You. Whilst songs like Flowers in December would turn up on the next album released a whole two years later. Four of the selections are from the critically acclaimed first album She Hangs Brightly issued in 1990, including the Sylvia Gomez penned “Give You My Lovin’ “and the obscure German band  Slapp Happy cover of Blue Flower



Mazzy Star is best known for the song "Fade into You" which brought the band some success in the mid-1990s and was the group's biggest mainstream hit, earning extensive exposure on MTV, VH1, and radio airplay. Roback and Sandoval are the creative centre of the band, with Sandoval as lyricist and Roback as composer of the majority of the band's material.

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