Collection includes: 'Taylor Swift' (2006) SHM-CD + Deluxe Edition; 'Fearless' (2008) SHM-CD + Platinum Edition (CD+DVD); 'Speak Now' (2010) 2CD Deluxe Edition; 'Red' (2012) 2CD Deluxe Edition; '1989 D.L.X.' (2014) (CD+DVD).
New from Taylor Swift - video for the song Red. The track entered the self-titled album of the singer.
In the choice of footage, which entered the final version of the music video, Taylor Swift chose her favorite moments of the tour, which proved to be quite difficult. "We visited many stadiums on this tour, and every time we play in the new stadium, I think it's - the highlight of the tour," she admitted.
Liner Notes by William Parker: “I see three small boats with three musicians crossing this lovely lake of sound they reach the shore and it began to rain sunlight”. If the same piece of music is played multiple times it will take on a new life at each performance. When improvisation is added the music becomes new music that did not exist before. The music I speak about is the music coming from “HEAR in NOW”, the trio consisting of Mazz Swift on violin, Tomeka Reid on cello and Silvia Bolognesi on bass. They begin by telling us stories, these stories have all kinds of twists and turns plots and counterplots. They may go back into history or move forward into the future.
Taylor Swift may still be very young, but the country/pop superstar has already taken the music scene by storm, going multi-platinum on her first album, earning four Grammy Awards for her second and being listed in the 2012 Guinness Book Of World Records as the Fastest Selling Digital Album by a Female Artist for her third album Speak Now.
"One Too Many Salty Swift And Not Goodbye" is one Cecil Taylor's best albums, and a personal favorite. Recorded live in Germany in 1978, the original vinyl release was awarded the 1981 Record of the Year in the Down Beat Critics Poll. This album features one of the great editions of the Cecil Taylor Unit – Jimmy Lyons on alto sax, Raphe Malik on trumpet, Ramsey Ameen on violin, Sirone on bass and Ronald Shannon Jackson on drums. ~ Amazon Customer's Review