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Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind (Singles and Demos 1964 to 1967)

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Download links and information about Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind (Singles and Demos 1964 to 1967) by Vashti Bunyan. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 52:21 minutes.

Artist: Vashti Bunyan
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 25
Duration: 52:21
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind (Decca Single, 1965) 2:20
2. I Want to Be Alone (Decca Single, 1965) 2:53
3. Train Song (Columbia Single, 1966) 2:17
4. Love Song (Columbia Single, 1966) 2:01
5. Winter Is Blue (Unreleased Single for Immediate, 1966) 2:57
6. Coldest Night of the Year (Unreleased Single As "Twice As Much and Vashti", 1966) 3:30
7. I'd Like to Walk Around In Your Mind (Unreleased Single for Immediate, 1967) 2:17
8. Winter Is Blue (Restored Acetate Demo, 1967) 1:50
9. Girl's Song In Winter (John Bunyan's Tape, 1966) 1:39
10. If In Winter (100 Lovers) [John Bunyan's Tape, 1966] 1:49
11. Wishwanderer (Restored Acetate Demo, 1967) 1:58
12. Don't Believe (John Bunyan's Tape, 1966) 1:39
13. 17 Pink Sugar Elephants (John Bunyan's Tape, 1966) 1:51
14. Autumn Leaves (1964 Tape) 1:57
15. Leave Me (1964 Tape) 2:26
16. If In Winter (100 Lovers) [1964 Tape] 1:21
17. How Do I Know (1964 Tape) 2:02
18. Find My Heart Again (1964 Tape) 2:01
19. Go Before Dawn (1964 Tape) 1:56
20. Girl's Song In Winter (1964 Tape) 1:40
21. I Don't Know What Love Is (1964 Tape) 1:50
22. Don't Believe What They Say (1964 Tape) 2:14
23. Love You Know (1964 Tape) 2:12
24. I Know (1964 Tape) 1:36
25. Someday (1964 Tape) 2:05

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Rolling Stones’ producer Andrew “Loog” Oldham took on a number of pop protégés in the mid-60s, Vashti Bunyan among them. Bunyan went on to record the obscure chamber folk-pop classic Just Another Diamond Day with producer Joe Boyd before disappearing for thirty years. These are Bunyan’s earliest recordings, including an entire set of demos she recorded in a London studio that were found in her brother’s attic while researching this collection. Much like Marianne Faithfull, another Oldham protégé, or Francoise Hardy, Bunyan shades towards artfully melancholy pop with gentle orchestration supporting a voice enveloped in reverb. The title track is an obscure Jagger-Richards composition, while the sublime b-side, “I Want To Be Alone” comes from young Bunyan’s pen. “Winter Is Blue” once appeared on the Let’s All Make Love in London soundtrack in edited form. Several other singles, “Coldest Night of the Year” and “I’d Like to Walk Around in Your Mind,” were left unreleased, dooming and frustrating Bunyan’s pop career. Forty years later, they see the light of day – quite a bit late for any potential pop impact, but surely of considerable interest for anyone enamored with the ‘60s pop era.