Taylor Swift reveals 1989 (Taylor's Version) My Favourite Re-record

Taylor Swift reveals “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”: “My Favourite Re-record”

Last Updated: 11 August 2023By

Another “Taylor’s Version” recording is eagerly anticipated by fans, and it won’t be far off. On Wednesday, while in Los Angeles for the final leg of her historic tour, Taylor Swift made an exciting news. She disclosed that her album “1989” will soon undergo a re-recording and be made available.

Taylor said to her passionate followers in front of the Sofi Stadium, “Ever since I was a teenager, I’ve wanted to make my own music.” I can’t thank you enough for how you’ve supported me in this. “The only way to do that was to re-record my albums, and the way you’ve embraced this… the way you’ve celebrated it, that you’ve made it your own, that you’ve decided it was your fight too, and you’ve been 100% behind me… I can’t thank you enough for that.”

The major news then surfaced.

“There’s something I’ve been planning in a funny, embarrassing, long time coming kind of way,” she said as she displayed a huge record banner. But I think it would be better rather to show you than to explain you about it. The screen began to glow behind her. The crowd enthusiastically cheered and applauded in response to this statement as they eagerly awaited the release of her new recordings. Taylor announced the information on her social media channels shortly after the show.

Taylor Swift reveals 1989 (Taylor's Version)

Surprise!, she wrote. Coming shortly comes 1989 (Taylor’s Version),” he sings, “This record is one that’s changed my life in so many ways.”

Since the songs from “Fearless” are so crazy, she said, “honestly, to be straightforward, this is my favourite re-record yet.” “I find it hard to believe they ever followed me. However, not for long.

So when can we expect Taylor Swift’s upcoming album? She claims that it will happen on October 27th and that pre-orders are already open.

In an effort to restore control, Swift has been working to redo her first six albums since 2019. This adventure started when talent agent Scooter Braun’s business purchased the rights to her original recorded records from the Big Machine Label Group. Swift had previously claimed that she was unaware of this arrangement “until it was announced to the world,” and as a consequence, she was never given the chance to purchase her songs back. CEO of Big Machine Records Scott Borchetta refuted this and questioned how she learned about the arrangement. Swift was never prevented, however, from declaring, as she did the same year on “CBS Sunday Morning,” that she would “absolutely” be re-recording her prior work, “just as soon as possible.”

Half of those six albums, including “Fearless,” “Red,” and “Speak Now,” have so far been reissued by Swift under the “Taylor’s Version” label. Her other albums that will be re-recorded after “1989,” which was first released in 2014, are her self-titled debut from 2006 and the 2017 album “Reputation.”

The album “From the Vault” includes previously unheard music in addition to re-recorded versions of the original songs, and the album art has also been updated.

Taylor Swift continues to change the face of the music business as she fulfils her promise to her fans to reclaim her craft. Each re-recording fosters a strong bond with her followers by providing them with a feeling of community and a chance to go with her as her career develops.