Taylor Swift 'September' Cover Actually Praised By EWF's Philip Bailey!!!

Terry Joseph
April 15, 2018

However, she really shocked fans when her choice was revealed: The 1978 soul/funk classic "September" by Earth, Wind & Fire.

Aided by the gentle strum of a banjo, Swift and her ethereal Southern twang put a much different, softer spin on the beloved dance track.

At around the same time, according to reports, the press release announcing the songs was revised to eliminate the second two sentences in this paragraph: "Taylor says that she chose "September" for sentimental reasons".

The 28-year-old singer-songwriter dropped a new, acoustic version of her latest single "Delicate", as well as a cover of the Earth, Wind & Fire classic "September" on Friday. Every step forward toward that other person scares us, but it thrills us too.

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The cover was recorded at Nashville's Tracking Room Studios, and is part of her newly released "Spotify Singles" series.

One of the track's original co-writers, Allee Willis, also gave props to Taylor for her cover.

The "reputation" tour is set to begin on May 8 in Glendale at University of Phoenix Stadium and stays on the west coast with two stops in California before moving to Seattle and Denver, before crossing the Mississippi River for a largely eastern tour.

Monique Judge, a columnist for the black culture magazine the Root, also said, "There are certain songs you don't mess with, especially if you don't have the range, and we all know Taylor Swift has all the range of a dial tone".

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