'Invisible' no longer.
In the lead-up to 1989, I'm listening to a lot of Taylor Swift (to be honest, most days I'm listening to a lot of Swift).
As part of that, I'm rediscovering her debut album, Taylor Swift, released in 2006. Guys, it's so delightfully country. Of course, duh, she was originally a country artist. But picking up heavily with Fearless, there were strong pop threads -- that only got more prominent at the years went on -- throughout all her subsequent work.
Sure, you're likely aware (and/or obsessed with) early singles such as "Should've Said No," "Picture to Burn" and "Our Song," but -- in honor of Throwback Thursday and Swift's album release month (1989 is almost here!) -- let's relive some of her first album's underrated country gems. Like: