Double LP version. 2021 repress; deluxe Stoughton gatefold packaging. Singles and demos, 1964 to 1967. "Following the amazing success story of Vashti Bunyan's recent re-emergence as an artist after an exile of over 30 years, comes the release of Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind, a comprehensive compilation of early recordings dating from the period prior to Vashti's classic Just Another Diamond Day album which was originally released 1970. Titled after Vashti's (Jagger/Richards-penned) debut single which opens the compilation, this double-album represents an attempt to both open out and draw a line under the past, and also to try to set the record straight about the disparity between how Vashti viewed (and still views) herself against the way she has been popularly perceived. Widely construed as a folk singer -- a tag she fundamentally disagrees with - these recordings instead reveal Vashti as a pop singer, however 'fragile' and unique."
Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind – Decca single, 1965
I Want To Be Alone – Decca single, 1965
Train Song – Columbia single, 1966.
Love Song – Columbia single, 1966.
Winter is Blue – unreleased single, 1966.
Coldest Night Of The Year – unreleased single as “Twice As Much and Vashti”, 1966.
I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind – unreleased single, 1967.
Winter Is Blue - Acetate demo, 1966.
Girl's Song in Winter - John Bunyan's tape, 1966.
If In Winter (100 Lovers) - John Bunyan's tape with Mike Crowther, 1966.
Wishwanderer - Restored acetate demo 1967.
Don't Believe - John Bunyan's tape 1966.
17 Pink Sugar Elephants - John Bunyan's tape 1966
If In Winter (100 Lovers)
How Do I Know
Find My Heart Again
Go Before The Dawn
Girl's Song In Winter
I Don't Know What Love Is
Don't Believe What They Say
Love You Now