Released Saturday 16th October as part of National Album Day 2021. All pre orders will be made ready for collection on that date. Postal orders will be dispatched from Monday 18th October
National Album Day returns for its fourth edition on Saturday 16th October, and this year will spotlight women artists and their huge contribution to music and culture through the art of the album.
Revisiting iconic and influential albums by women artists, from the earliest pioneers to present- day legends, and pointing towards exciting new and future talent, 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.
For National Album Day, celebrating women in music! Buffy Sainte Marie's ‘Medicine Songs’ has been re-issued red coloured vinyl.
One of the most original and important voices of our time. Equal parts activist, educator, songwriter, performer and visual artist, Buffy Sainte–Marie is a champion for indigenous people and the environment through her music, art, education projects and by taking direct political action. One of the most enduring and popular Native American performers, her music has touched millions of people around the world. From her start in New York City's Greenwich Village in the early 1960s alongside Leonard Cohen, Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, Buffy made a name for herself as a gifted songwriter, writing hits for Janis Joplin, Elvis Presley, Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond.
TRACKS: You Got To Run/The War Racket/Starwalker/My Country ‘Tis of They People You’re Dying/Soldier Blue/ No No Keshagesh/The Priests Of The Golden Bull/Now That The Buffalo’s Gone/Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee/Carry It On
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