Released in 2015 -- right after 1989 established Taylor Swift as the biggest pop star on the planet -- Lullaby Renditions of Taylor Swift relies heavily on hits Swift had after her pop makeover with Red. It does dip back for a couple of earlier country hits -- "You Belong with Me," "Mine" -- but the tinkling arrangements (synthesizers and vibraphones working in tandem to create the illusion of a music box) render all of Swift's songs to sweet melodies. They're intended to be lullabies, after all, something to put children to sleep, not keep them awake.
AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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