Editors’ Notes Taylor Swift’s self-titled debut captures the dreams and desires of a girl on the cusp of womanhood with candor, intelligence and authentic sweetness. Producer Robert Ellis Orrall provides Swift with sympathetic backing, adding banjo-driven twang to “Pictures To Burn” and lending some electric guitar punch to “The Outside.” Swift sings with clarity and conviction, filling tunes like “Tied Together With A Smile” and “Mary’s Song” with a winsome yearning. There are moments here — such as the lovely “Teardrops On My Guitar” — that recall the tenderness of an old Everly Brothers song. Other tracks, like “Picture To Burn,” have a distinctly sarcastic edge. Most of all, Swift keeps things real and true to her own experience on her winning premiere effort.
Picture to Burn
Teardrops On My Guitar (Radio Single Remix)
A Place In This World
Cold As You
Tied Together With a Smile
Should've Said No
Mary's Song (Oh My My My)
I'm Only Me When I'm With You
A Perfectly Good Heart
Teardrops On My Guitar (Pop Version)
15 Songs, 53 Minutes
October 24, 2006
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