National Album Day 2021 will celebrate women in music.
This year’s National Album Day is “a celebration of women in music”, and we love to see it.
The fourth National Album Day takes place on 16 October, and it will see the release of limited edition versions of classic albums by iconic women.
This includes Kylie Minogue, Mariah Carey, Stevie Nicks, Amy Winehouse, Solange, Donna Summer and Joan Jett, to name a few.
There’s 40 titles being revisited and revamped for National Album Day, with some vinyl having sold-out already due to demand.
Other albums that are proving popular, and close to selling out, include Mariah Carey’s Emotions on pink vinyl, Dido’s No Angel on silver vinyl and Weyes Blood’s Titanic Rising on yellow vinyl.
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Plus you can head to your local independent record store to pick up copies on the day.
National Album Day say they are “revisiting iconic and influential albums by women artists, from the earliest pioneers to present-day legends”.
They add that the celebration will point “towards exciting new and future talent”, saying “the 2021 event will also highlight the integral role women play within the wider music community, not only as recording artists, but as songwriters, producers, and cultural influencers.”
We also can’t talk about a National Album Day that’s celebrating women in music without talking about the return of Adele.
The singer released her much-anticipated comeback single “Easy On Me” this week, which is lifted from her fourth studio album, 30.
In perfect time for National Album Day, fans can now pre-order the record on vinyl, CD and download from Amazon, HMV and Rough Trade or Walmart in the US, who have an exclusive vinyl with a limited edition print inside.
Here’s the full list of limited edition releases for National Album Day – a celebration of women in music:
- Amy Winehouse – Back to Black
- Belinda Carlisle – Nobody Owns Me
- Billie Holiday – Lady in Satin
- Buffy Sainte-Marie – Medicine Songs
- Carroll Thompson – Hopelessly in Love
- Debbie Gibson – Out of the Blue
- Dido – No Angel
- Donna Summer – I’m a Rainbow
- Eartha Kitt – I’m Still Here
- Elena Urioste & Tom Poster – The Jukebox Album
- Eurielle – Lady In Waiting
- Eva Cassidy – Live at Blues Alley
- Fanny Azzuro – Rachmaninov Preludes
- Garbage – Garbage
- Haim – Something to Tell You
- Joan Jett – Bad Reputation
- Judie Tzuke, Beverly Craven, Julia Fordham – Woman to Woman
- Katie Melua – Ultimate Collection
- Kirsty MacColl – Kite
- Kirsty MacColl – Tropical Brainstorm
- Kylie Minogue – Fever
- Lea Birringer – Transformation
- Lykke Li – Wounded Rhymes
- Maria Muldaur with Tuba Skinny – Let’s Get Happy Together
- Mariah Carey – Emotions
- Marin Alsop – Bernstein: Candide
- Omara Portuondo – Buena Vista Social Club Presents
- Patti Smith – Horses
- Róisín Murphy – Róisín Machine
- Sinead O’Connor – So Far… The Best of
- Siouxsie & the Banshees – Tinderbox
- Solange – A Seat at the Table
- Stevie Nicks – Live in Concert: The 24 Karat Gold Tour
- Various Artists – Different Frequencies
- Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising
- Xenia Rubinos – Una Rosa
When is Record Store Day: Black Friday?
If you want to expand your record collection further, then you can also get some limited edition vinyl in the upcoming Record Store Day: Black Friday edition.
This year’s Record Store Day Black Friday will take place on 26 November, with independent record stores across the globe taking part in-store and online.
There’s more than 100 records being released from the likes of, Fleetwood Mac, Lana Del Rey, Kali Uchis, Evanescence, Dusty Springfield and Jimi Hendrix Experience.
We’ve put together a handy guide featuring every single Record Store Day: Black Friday release and everything else you need to know.