I have the remastered version in front of me, where the titles are indeed like "Birdy's Flight (From Not One of Us)".
If I recall correctly (and I found an Amazon release that seems to confirm it), the original CD did only mention titles this way: "Birdy's Flight" etc. (I remember having had fun guessing the original versions).
Can anyone confirm that ?
And if so, should we:
- revert to the original names (without the "(from ...)") ?
- add another release ?
- do nothing ?
Discogs references to original 1985 UK Charisma CAS CD 1167 release:
include original names, some with the Extra Title Information "(from ...)".
I have the 1985 Charisma (UK) vinyl release, and it lists the "from origin track" for five of the tracks, as shown. There's also a sleeve note by Peter Gabriel that includes this para, "For those people that know my records, I have included (in brackets) the titles which have been obviously raided. I do not wish anyone to be deceived by the sleeve. However, I am not revealing all my sources. I leave that for your detection."
So I think I vote for the "do nothing" option.
|▼ CD 1|
|3||Quiet and Alone
|4||Close Up (from Family Snapshot)
|6||Dressing the Wound
|7||Birdy’s Flight (from Not One of Us)
|9||The Heat (from The Rhythm of the Heat)
|10||Sketchpad With Trumpet and Voice
|11||Under Lock and Key (from Wallflower)
|12||Powerhouse at the Foot of the Mountain (from San Jacinto)