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    Vashti BunyanSome Things Just Stick In Your Mind (Singles And Demos 1964 To 1967)

    Label:FatCat Records – FATCD59LTD, Spinney Records – none
    Format:
    2 x CD, Compilation, Limited Edition
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Pop, Folk, World, & Country
    Style:Folk, Vocal

    Tracklist

    1.01Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind
    Written-ByJagger/Richards*
    2:18
    1.02I Want To Be Alone2:51
    1.03Train Song
    Written-ByClayre*
    2:15
    1.04Love Song
    ProducerPeter Snell (2)
    1:59
    1.05Winter Is Blue
    Arranged ByArt Grenslade*
    ProducerAndrew Oldham*
    2:55
    1.06Coldest Night Of The Year
    Arranged ByArt Greenslade*
    FeaturingTwice As Much
    ProducerAndrew Oldham*
    Written-ByMann/Weill*
    3:28
    1.07I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind
    ProducerMike Hurst
    2:15
    1.08Winter Is Blue1:48
    1.09Girl's Song In Winter
    Written-ByClayre*
    1:37
    1.10If In Winter (100 Lovers)
    Written-ByClayre*
    1:47
    1.11Wishwanderer1:56
    1.12Don't Believe1:37
    1.1317 Pink Sugar Elephants
    Written-ByJenny Lewis (2)
    1:51
    1.14I Won't Say2:24
    1.15Girl's Song In Winter (Alt. Version)
    Written-ByClayre*
    3:25
    1.16If In Winter (100 Lovers) (Alt. Version)
    Written-ByClayre*
    1:13
    1.17I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind (Alt. Version)2:22
    2.01Autumn Leaves1:57
    2.02Leave Me2:24
    2.03If In Winter (100 Lovers)
    Written-ByClayre*
    1:19
    2.04How Do I Know2:00
    2.05Find My Heart Again1:59
    2.06Go Before Dawn1:54
    2.07Girl's Song In Winter
    Written-ByClayre*
    1:38
    2.08I Don't Know What Love Is1:48
    2.09Don't Believe What They Say2:12
    2.10Love You Now2:10
    2.11I Know
    Written-ByTony Maude
    1:34
    2.12Someday2:05
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    Notes

    Special limited edition cd featuring four bonus tracks on disc one. That cd has its own catalog number (FATCD59LTD).

    Disc one includes Vashti Bunyan's first released and unreleased singles from 1965 to 1967, as well as tape recordings made by her brother, John Bunyan.
    1.01: Decca single, 1965
    1.02: Decca single, 1965
    1.03: Columbia single, 1966
    1.04: Columbia single, 1966
    1.05: Unreleased single for Immediate, 1966
    1.06: Unreleased single for Immediate as "Twice as Much and Vashti," 1966
    1.07: Unreleased single for Immediate, 1967
    1.08: Restored acetate demo, 1966
    1.09: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
    1.10: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
    1.11: Restored acetate demo, 1967
    1.12: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
    1.13: John Bunyan's tape, 1966 - written in 1963
    1.14: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
    1.15: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
    1.16: John Bunyan's tape, 1966
    1.17: John Bunyan's tape, 1966 (with dogs)

    Disc two comes from a demo tape containing Vashti Bunyan's first ever studio recording, made in London in October 1964. Tracks 2.02-2.03, 2.05-2.09 were written in 1963.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 600116995995

    Reviews

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    ...back in the early sixties when vashti was an artschool beatnik grooving around london folky clubs she hooked up with andy loog oldham, immediately scored a tune from the glimmer twins and looked all set to be the latest swinging london pop sensation but a few things got in the way not least a girl by the name marianne who also had stones connections and an eager eye on the pop charts...this very nice addition to groovy loog and london (pre 'swinging' london is an incredibly hep place where the curious beatnik meets socialite, scoring some bread to loaf about on if they're lucky, artschool folkys meet with psychotherapists, scoring the newly emerging drug of the moment, L.S.D and visiting worlds that exist for a nano second or 'forever', leftover electrical mad scientists meet weirdbeard jazzbos fed up with knocking out trad that by '62/3 had no currency past aldermaston old timers, the jazz/folk shop collettes are recording visiting yankee folkys like richard farina and bob zimmerman who in turn is meeting some soho beatnix who were mixing 'jazz' ideas into the daily vibe, a cross pollination in dank basements drinking bitter ale where the world of R&B met phil spector big-beat whilst sipping whiskey and coke at mayfair clubs and tripped on grade A sandoz...east end london mods, the first class tickets of super modernism met chelsea rich bohos who were looking for street level kicks...cats in the know were digging john coltrane and ravi shankar and rev.gary davis aswell as having a blast at the crawdaddy digging the stones while blocked on whizz)...the first disk gets off and running with the aforementioned stones tune, that being the title track of an orchestral pop groove style followed on by a couple more singles and acetates all seemingly taken from the original discs which is kind of nice, like discovering some cache of otherworld marvels (not just listening to old studio tapes given a tweak and polish)...second disc is vashti and guitar and tape recorder laying down some tuneage for maybe private consumption or groundwork for future popstarism...dig that front cover with vashti being extra hep as lounge style mod hanging in the dead end real world where danger lurks, definitely a loog oldham idea of being street level urgent and sharp, living the life that was then seemingly being invented daily...much better than the usual folknik strum and warble, this has velvet collar dandyism written into the fabric...of course this wouldn't have been allowed daylight if she'd not been picked up by the vacuous credit card living generation who worship the past in its many glories and try desperately to connect to the real deal and this time they were spot on (interesting aside that marianne has managed to grab some retro worship with her weird take on decadent cabaret)...