It's pretty clear that in the re-release she's matching her
vocal style from the original recording, but her maturity
still shines thru. Not everyone likes her early Pop-Country
You might enjoy the two acoustic folk albums she released over
the past few months. She and Aaron Dessner (from The
National) worked on them over Quarintine. The albums are
"folklore" and "evermore". Nothing like her pop releases and
good for a cold snowy day.
She will do fine. Since present fans will be busy streaming and
listening to both versions for camparison,...
She'll do fine yes. But I think it entire situation
highlights the many ways that Record Labels have designed in
order to screw artists out of their music. The good news is
that there are so many more ways to self-release these days
and actually get play and attention. Obviously she's wealthy
and popular so has an advantage in all respects. Plus her
highlighting the situation with her fans gets her even more
attention and play.
I'd actually be very interested in a Boxset of the re-
recordings once they are complete. In a nice binder with
artwork and probably a high price tag. :-)
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