Somewhat confused. Why would anyone bother looking for this? Listen to the great stuff. It’s undeniably great. What would make one then actively seek out stuff which might not be? What specifically is gained?
To be fair to @Martinzero, I once spent two hours in the “company” of Mr McGowan, and a more tedious person you could not wish to meet. But then drunks, especially drunken poseurs, are usually desperately dull.
My point is that the two YouTube video’s referred to (plus the charity thing she did a while back where she sung something live with Prince William) appear to demonstrate she can’t sing that well making me wonder whether Autotune isn’t at work somewhere…
Still don’t get why anyone would care. I’ve heard great records with auto-tune and terrible ones. I hear little evidence of auto-tune on her albums but then you’re not supposed to hear it.
Elsewhere on this forum you’ll read people singing the praises of the latest Stones album. Does anyone really believe Keith Richards contribution was as much as Ronnie Wood? The ability of the former to play anything remotely listenable or even coherent on a guitar in the past two decades is literally non-existent. Especially true if you see them live; catch a glimpse of the desk and realise he’s mixed about as high as Linda McCartney vocals.
Jaggers vocals are clearly re-pitched and processed all over the new record. Does any of that take away from peak Stones for me? Not one bit.
It does make me wonder why one might single out Taylor Swift for such comments other than pure sexism. She’s a great songwriter; has several significant albums to her name that will clearly stand the test of time. What exactly is the problem?
If you can find where that occurs on an album then please do so. A couple of YouTube videos? I doubt anyone cares. Certainly doesn’t look like anyone does here. It’s scraping the barrel stuff as per the link I posted above.
Musician not perfect all the time in a world where everything is filmed. Shocker.