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"With this record, I thought, ‘There are no rules to this’": a sneak peek inside her anticipated fifth LP
Taylor Swift’s fifth LP, 1989, was influenced by some of the 24-year-old star’s beloved acts from the Eighties, from Phil Collins to Annie Lennox to Madonna. This time, she set out to…
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Timeline of Bruce Springsteen’s first 65 years, as published in the Asbury Park Press.
His 65th birthday is September 23.
protip for @taylorswift:
When you’re in NYC, the appealing food scent that most pierces the street air is usually the gyro/falafel carts.
Taylor should also know that Mamoun’s Falafel on McDougal Street is a great place to go get one…..also, it is adjacent to the legendary Comedy Cellar.
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A scientific breakdown of the models, alterna-culture icons and child stars in Taylor Swift’s orbit.
Poor, poor Britany Maack. It must suck being so "uncool". and poor Abigail Anderson, not even getting a mention here.
Protip: In many ways. it would be much better to be the two of them than anyone else on that list.
They’re the only people that knew Taylor when she was not a big deal at all, and that means a lot.
You already know that I don’t love the “This. Sick. Beat.” part of Shake it Off, but I do see a silver lining now that I have thought about it. When you listen to old clips of Bruce live, you realize that a huge part of his live persona, was when he could ease into and out of an alter ego of sorts by changing the tone of his speaking voice……someone who isn’t modest…..shamelessly controlling the audience.You can see him doing this early on in his career, while telling stories during “Growing Up”, and bantering with the audience during “Raise Your Hand”. http://youtu.be/0r2ttYrNHFs
A lot of people compare it to a preacher. It’s something at Bono, Jimmy Buffett and others have used as well. Perhaps this is the first time taylor has used this technique on an album. I don’t think any of her live stage banter over the years has gone far into this territory.