Vashti Bunyan ‎– Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind (Singles And Demos 1964 To 1967)

Dicristina Stair Builders ‎– STEP-11, Spinney Records ‎– STEP-11
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Gatefold

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A1 & A2: Decca single, May 1965 (F.12157)
A3 & A4: Columbia single, June 1966 (DB 7917)
A5: Unreleased single for Immediate, 1966
A6: Unreleased single for Immediate as "Twice as Much and Vashti," 1966
B1: Unreleased single for Immediate, 1967
B2: Restored acetate demo, 1966
B3: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
B4: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
B5: Restored acetate demo, 1967
B6: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
B7: John Bunyan's tape, 1966 - written in 1963

C1 to D6: Newly discovered songs on a demo tape recorded in a London studio October 1964.
C2, C3, C5 to D3 written in 1963.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 50035 40111 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 650035401114
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Stamped): STEP-11 A ○7945 1A FATLP 59 15935.1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Stamped): STEP-11 B ○7945 1B FATLP 59 15935.2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3, Stamped): STEP-11 C ○7945 1C FATLP 59 15935.3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4, Stamped): STEP-11 D ○7945 1D FATLP 59 15935.4



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August 27, 2018
edited 6 months ago
This record is a bit noisy, mainly due to the fact that many (if not all) of the tracks have been mastered from demo tape or vinyl/acetate sources. I think it adds a bit of character to the recordings. The noise is most prevalent/noticeable on the track "Wishwanderer". So, if you think you have a bad pressing of the LP, you may not. The noise occurs in the source (it's also on the CD version).