Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind – Singles and Demos 1964 to 1967

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Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind - Singles and Demos 1964 to 1967
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Compilation album by Vashti Bunyan
Released 19 October 2007
Genre Pop, folk, baroque pop[1]
Label FatCat FATCD59[2]
Vashti Bunyan chronology
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Singles from Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind - Singles and Demos 1964 to 1967
  1. "Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind"
    Released: 18 February 2008, 7FAT30[3]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (6.5/10)[4]
Q 3/5 stars[5]

Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind – Singles and Demos 1964 to 1967 is a compilation album by Vashti Bunyan collecting her mid-sixties singles cuts (including the Jagger/Richards penned title track) with unreleased demos recorded at the time. Disc two features her recently rediscovered first studio demo session from 1964 in its entirety. A special limited-edition version adds four bonus tracks (numbers 14-17) to disc one.

The album was released in the USA by DiChristina.

Track listing[edit]

CD1[edit]

  1. "Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind" (Jagger/Richards)
  2. "I Want to Be Alone" (Bunyan)
  3. "Train Song" (Vashti Bunyan, Alasdair Clayre, Jennifer Lewis)
  4. "Love Song "
  5. "Winter Is Blue"
  6. "Coldest Night of the Year" (Mann/Weil) (unreleased single "Twice as Much and Vashti", 1966, album track 1968)
  7. "I'd Like to Walk Around in Your Mind" (unreleased single, produced by Mike Hurst)
  8. "Winter is Blue"
  9. "Girl's Song in Winter" (John Bunyan's tape with Mike Crowther, 1966)
  10. "If in Winter (100 Lovers)" (John Bunyan's tape with Mike Crowther, 1966)
  11. "Wishwanderer"
  12. "Don't Believe" (John Bunyan's tape with Mike Crowther, 1966)
  13. "17 Pink Sugar Elephants" (John Bunyan's tape with Mike Crowther, 1966)
  14. "I Won't Say" - ltd. ed. bonus track
  15. "Girl's Song In Winter" (alt version) - ltd. ed. bonus track
  16. "If In Winter (100 Lovers)" (alt version) - ltd. ed. bonus track
  17. "I'd Like to Walk Around In Your Mind" (alt version) - ltd. ed. bonus track

CD2[edit]

  1. "Autumn Leaves"[6]
  2. "Leave Me"
  3. "If in Winter (100 Lovers)"
  4. "How Do I Know"
  5. "Find My Heart Again"
  6. "Go Before the Dawn"
  7. "Girl's Song in Winter"
  8. "I Don't Know What Love is"
  9. "Don't Believe What They Say"
  10. "Love You Now"
  11. "I Know"
  12. "Someday"

Editions[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog
UK 19 October 2007 FatCat CD FATCD59
UK 19 October 2007 FatCat CD (bonus tracks) FATCD59LTD
UK 19 October 2007 FatCat double vinyl album FATLP59
United States 5 November 2007 DiChristina[7] CD STEP11
United States 19 November 2007 DiChristina double vinyl album STEP11LP

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b Review at Allmusic.com
  2. ^ FatCat release info
  3. ^ FatCat single release info
  4. ^ Review in Pitchfork
  5. ^ (November 2007, p. 155)
  6. ^ Announced as "Autumn Tears" by Bunyan, and not a cover of the Joseph Kosma song "Autumn Leaves"
  7. ^ DiChristina Records at midheaven mailorder