Ryan Adams blew Taylor Swift's mind when she found out that he has decided to cover the entirety of her latest album '1989.'

Adams has been posting photos and videos from his recording session all week. Here's what he has shared thus far:

The first Instagram post that Adams made alluded to the tone that we would hear in later videos. If you're thinking, 'I've heard of him, but can't place him...' He was married to Mandy Moore. Want to get a feel for his vibe? Check out his cover of Oasis' 'Wonderwall.'

Guaranteed saddest version of Welcome to New York ever - or your tears back

A photo posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) onAug 5, 2015 at 10:58pm PDT

Next he shared a photo of the lyrics to 'Welcome to New York' with his notes from the recording session.

#2 Blank Space... Deep end smiths vibe

A photo posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) onAug 6, 2015 at 12:30am PDT

The next day he showed us his marked up lyrics to 'Blank Space,' and clued us in on what kind of sound to expect.

#Style

A photo posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) onAug 6, 2015 at 1:44am PDT

Still sharing lyrics from the recording session, next Adams shows off 'Style.'

#1989 Welcome to New York Way fun w the gang down at PaxAm.

A video posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) onAug 6, 2015 at 2:19am PDT

On Thursday, Aug. 6, he shared the first notes of what he's been working. Take a listen to 'Welcome to New York.'

He was still feeling '1989' sharing a fun drawing of Taylor and her cat Meredith with lyrics from 'Shake it Off' last Thursday.

Tracking "Out of the woods" on this old Estey pump organ. Such a pretty song. #1989

A photo posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) onAug 6, 2015 at 8:13pm PDT

More fun from '1989,' Adams shared a photo of the pump organ on which he tracked 'Out of the Woods.'

All You Had To Do Was Stay #1989 Fun times at Pax w @cstavish @totally_tod @natelotz

A video posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) onAug 7, 2015 at 1:01am PDT

The next sound bye he shared via video was from 'All You Had To Do Was Stay.'

Shake It Off

A video posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) onAug 8, 2015 at 1:04am PDT

Ryan Adams knows how to 'Shake It Off.' Beware, it's haunting!

Sharing a photo of his acoustic guitar, Ryan Adams tells fans he's ready to dig in to 'Bad Blood' and 'Wildest Dreams.'

Bad Blood #1989 What a song. Damn.

A video posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) onAug 9, 2015 at 12:16am PDT

The latest in '1989' shares is an audio clip from 'Bad Blood.' I'm stoked, and can't wait to hear how he was re-imagined Taylor's work.