Oct 27, 2014
"1989" is Taylor Swift's fifth album, and the build-up for the release has been tremendous. Not only have their been track releases and lyric teases and her first appearance in a major motion picture, but she's also found herself on "The Voice" recently. Of course, there's been some backlash as well, but to this point it certainly has seemed as though she's able to simply "Shake it Off." And, why not, she is a seven time Grammy winner. Thirteen tracks are scheduled to be released on the regular album and 19 on the deluxe.
Oct 22, 2012
Featuring her first single, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." The album has proven exceptionally popular, and offers up 16 tunes. Outside of the aforementioned first single, there is also a song featuring Ed Sheeran and "22" is on the album as well.
Jan 17, 2012
Deluxe CD/DVD edition of the Country/Pop star's album includes six bonus tracks plus a bonus DVD. 2010 release, the third album from the Country/Pop superstar. Speak Now is the follow-up to her multi-million-selling 2008 album, Fearless. The 21-year-old singer/songwriter wrote the entire album on her own and co-produced with longtime collaborator Nathan Chapman, who worked with her on Fearless and her 2006 self-titled debut. Features the single 'Mine'.
Nov 21, 2011
"Speak Now World Tour Live" is Big Machine's first release of live music from Taylor. The DVD / Blu-ray will give fans the complete Taylor Swift Speak Now concert experience, showcasing performances of all 17 songs from Taylor's Speak Now show ("Sparks Fly," "Mine," "Story of Us," "Our Song," "Mean," Back To December," "Better Than Revenge," "Speak Now," "Fearless," "Last Kiss," "You Belong With Me," "Dear John," Enchanted," "Haunted, "Long Live," "Fifteen," and "Love Story"), plus additional bonus content. The CD will contain over 75 minutes of music, including live versions of favorites from the Speak Now album.
Taylor's "Speak Now" performance is a theatrical presentation reminiscent of a Broadway experience. The show features elaborate costumes, dancers, aerialists, changing sets, and innovative choreography and instrumentation showcased on a multi-level stage. Taylor plays five different guitars in the show, including electric, acoustic, and 12-string. She also plays two banjos, the ukulele and the piano, and changes costumes nine times over the course of the evening. She moves around the venue and uses different stages, giving every audience member a great seat.
Oct 25, 2010
This album was originally released in October of 2010 and was soon followed with a live CD/DVD release.
Oct 24, 2006
This particular Taylor Swift album offers a cover that features Swift without her red lipstick. It is her debut album and has far more of a country bent that her later work.