Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by cshadows2887, Mar 16, 2016.
The rest of the world is black and white, but she's in screaming color.
Probably my favorite performance:
Her performance of "Out Of The Woods" at the Grammy's was really incredible.
Also, the day "Ours" doesn't make me gush is the day I've sold my soul to the devil
For real though her best B-side:
"All Too Well" is her best song overall though
@cshadows2887 Not sure how I'd never seen that video. Solid performance
Some of my favorite performances on the 1989 tour were her re-done older tracks, this version of Love Story is really my everything.
Also, to follow up that post, I had never seen this til right now, a rehearsal video of the performance with some of her figuring things out ahead of the performance. Also is interesting to watch her sing when she isn't like, fully dedicated to a full performance. Kinda misses some words a bit, has a bit less UMPH etc
There's something about the way she swaggers out and plays the guitar intro that just kills me
TRIPLE POST!! I had no idea rehearsal videos were even a thing! Now I want to watch them all!!!
I don't think I've ever really been blown away by any of her performances cause she's too awkward and her stage mannerisms are super affected and odd but I love her concert music videos, like the one for Sparks Fly.
Red is still so great.
Red is a top 20 album of the decade for me so far. Outside shot at top 10.
"All Too Well" is everything she does best in one place
I'm eager to see if she ever writes a song better than "All Too Well."
already did about 40 times
I feel like most people prefer Clean as her best closer but Long Live makes me so ridiculously happy. It's like an instant mood lifter.
Clean may be my least favorite track on 1989... and I'm fully aware of my minority position in that regard.
Those two are both very close to my heart. Could never choose between them.
I also love that they used Boomwhackers on "Clean" because I've been talking about how underrated they are for years
Yeah it's just so triumphant
I'd give the edge to "Long Live," which is saying a lot, because "Clean" is probably my favorite 1989 track.
That's the word I was looking for. Every time I listen to it I'm like brb, off to conquer the world now
I never know quite what to do with Speak Now. It's scattershot and inconsistent, but loaded with some of her best songs. The last three, in particular, are terrific.
I just imagine it's what it feels like to win album of the year
"Last Kiss" is one that grows hugely in my esteem with time.
I thought I wasn't all that familiar with Speak Now, but recently went back to it and realized just how many huge hits were on that.