Taylor Swift's version of the Earth, Wind, and Fire classic September is interesting to say the least. That is to say, I'm not the least bit interested in listening to it again. BUT, I'm not mad at her! Throughout the history of sound recording, artists have taken songs and crossed genre lines. For instance Earth Wind and Fire did a cover version of the folk song Where Have All the Flowers Gone by Peter, Paul, and Mary. They gave it an R&B flavor this I still love to this day. Blackstreet covered the Beatles Can't Buy Me Love and actually made it into a really good R&B ballad. Purists of Peter, Paul, and Mary as well as the Beatles would cuss these groups for putting the spin on them as they did. So what's good for the goose is good for the gander. That's why I ain't made at Taylor Swift for her cover of September (someone, somewhere loves it). However, please know, her version will never be heard on ANY of my listening devices. Here's a snippet of it and another point of view of Taylo'rs cover version.
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