Several country artists are preparing vinyl releases in honor of a special Record Store Day Black Friday initiative, to coincide with the biggest shopping day of the year.

'Louisiana Man, Kentucky Woman' features three previously unreleased Waylon Jennings songs from 1970. The tracks, which have been remastered, are from an exclusive Navy radio release and will be part of an upcoming project by his son, Shooter Jennings.

RED Distribution, as part of Sony Music Entertainment, will release the Jennings project, along with 22 other limited-edition titles, in honor of Record Store Day. Included in the list are the Lone Bellow's single, 'When You Go,' Ryan Bingham's 'Bingham Bootleg EP' and the Penny Arkade's 'Not the Freeze.'

Eric Church, Hank Williams, Zac Brown's Southern Ground record label and Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale are just a few of the artists who have participated in Record Store Day in the past, with Church releasing vinyl editions of his No. 1 album 'The Outsiders' and his 'Caught in the Act: Live' disc to coincide with the occasion.

Other upcoming vinyl releases for the Black Friday Record Store Day include the Beatles' 'Long Tall Sally,' Bon Jovi's 'Live 2,' Billie Holliday's 'At Storyville,' and Roy Orbison's 'At the Rock House.' See a complete list of releases here, and find participating venues here.