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The Oral History Of Taylor Swift's 1989

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58TH GRAMMY NOMINEES SWIFT, IMOGEN HEAP, MATTIAS BYLUND, TOM COYNE, AND OTHERS TELL THE INSIDE STORY OF THE ALBUM OF THE YEAR-NOMINATED 1989

It can take a village to create an album, and in the case of Taylor Swift’s 1989, an international village.

From Sweden to New York City to London to Nashville and beyond, 1989 represents a true team effort. Quarterbacking the team was Swift, a self-assured artist who envisioned the unabashed pop project after awakening in the middle of the night with sudden clarity. With select collaborators such as Max Martin, Shellback, Imogen Heap, and Jack Antonoff onboard, Swift carried out her singular vision of making a “sonically cohesive record.”

1989 proved to be not only cohesive, but another career milestone for Swift. The chart-topping album sold more than 1.2 million copies in its first week and netted the seven-time GRAMMY winner seven total 58th GRAMMY nominations.

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