Mazzy Star ‎– Still

Label:
Rhymes Of An Hour Records ‎– Rhymes 006
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Vinyl, 12", EP
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Tracklist

A1 Quiet, The Winter Harbor 3:54
A2 That Way Again 4:30
B1 Still 2:04
B2 So Tonight That I Might See (Ascension Version) 7:50

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180 gram.

Includes download card.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 8103411623 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 881034116239
  • Matrix / Runout (Side-1, etched): 8258-RHYMES 006-1 A RE.1 S-102130 RE.1
  • Label Code (Side-2, etched): MAZZY STAR 8258-RHYMES 006-1 B RE.1 S-102131 RE.1
  • Rights Society: BMI

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mojo_navigator

mojo_navigator

June 18, 2018
Thanks again to WesHeadley for alerting us to this. I just want to add that I have the original LP pressings of the first 3 Mazzy Star albums and they all sound fabulous as indeed does the original LP of Bavarian so I recommend looking out for them instead of these grubby reissues. Don't be too concerned with price; pay more, buy less and you'll easily have both the coin and the enjoyment of these fine recordings
WesHeadley

WesHeadley

June 10, 2018
edited 3 days ago

A beautiful ep-- musically speaking. But my copy is marred by non-fill distortion and excessive surface noise. Going to try another copy-- but I've had nothing but bad luck with their vinyl. Their last LP was a particularly awful pressing. This one is merely bad. Will update this review after I review another copy. Most releases I've bought of either Hope Sandoval's solo work or Mazzy Star have been pretty consistently awful pressings. The UMC release of So Tonight that I Might See is an exception-- overall the best Mazzy Star release I've bought.
UPDATE 6-13-2018: Received another copy today-- every bit as bad as the first-- especially the intros on both sides-- obnoxious non-fill distortion.