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- ABBA is the name of a former Swedish pop music group.
- ABBA is an acronym formed from the first letters of each group member's name: Agnetha, Bj--rn, Benny and Anni-Frid (Frida).
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- ABBA is the most successful popular music group ever to come out of Scandinavia, and ranks amongst the top acts in the history of popular music.
- Abba is a group who never truly had a bad album, but they crossed all boundaries with their 1980 release Super Trouper.
- F--ltskog's second post-ABBA solo album was Eyes of a Woman, released in March 1985, which reached #2 in Sweden and performed reasonably well in Europe.
- Frida's second solo album after ABBA was the experimental Shine (produced by Steve Lillywhite), released in 1984.
- The Abba stars signed an agreement with Seth, confirming that he was the author, one month before the premiere, the Local said.
- Abba Kovner (1918-1987) was a Lithuanian Jewish Hebrew poet, writer, and partisan leader.
- In March 1980 ABBA went on their last tour and it was in Japan.
- Marta Abba is most famous for her personal and artistic relationship with Luigi Pirandello.
- S.O.S. ( ABBA). S.O.S., portraying a need for help and advice about sex, answered by Dr. Luttazzi.
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- This was primarily because ABBA's British record company, Epic, decided to re-release "Ring Ring" (albeit in a remixed format) instead.
- ABBA themselves were soon back in the studio again, recording tracks for a new album.
- Love 'em! Thank you for the music ABBA.
- The Abba singers said they plan to launch a Broadway version of the musical.
- Marta Abba's screen d--but in Broadway was in "Loyalty of Love," in 1937.
- Marta Abba and Pirandello teamed up in 1925, and she appeared in many of his productions at the Rome Arts Theater.
- Marta Abba the Maestro Marta was the true actress for whom he had been waiting after his earlier disappointment with Eleonora Duse.
- ABBA made videos because their songs were hits in so many different countries and personal appearances weren't always possible.
- ABBA's follow-up single, " Honey, Honey ", reached #27 in the US, and was a Top 3 hit in Germany.
- In 1996, she released her autobiography, As I Am, and a compilation album featuring her solo hits alongside some ABBA classics.
- The September 1992 release of ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits, a new compilation album, ended up selling massively worldwide and setting chart longevity records.
- ABBA donated the copyright of this worldwide hit to the UNICEF; see Music for UNICEF Concert.
- ABBA GOLD, first released in 1992, spent 206 weeks in the album charts.
- ABBA won the Eurovision Song Contest and had their internationally break through.
- ABBA dominated the top charts with songs like "Fernando", "Dancing Queen" and "Money, Money, Money".
- It was first written as "Bj--rn, Benny, Agnetha & Frida", but was subsequently crossed out with "ABBA" written in large letters on top.
- After ABBA’s final recordings, Björn and Benny collaborated with Tim Rice on the musical Chess.
- The ABBA story began in June 1966 when Björn Ulvaeus (born 1945) met Benny Andersson (born 1946) for the first time.
- This was bettered in 1992 by another EP, Abba-esque, covering four ABBA hits, which became Erasure's first number one in the UK Singles Chart.
- And the final ABBA song came the year after with the single "The Day Before You Came".
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- With Mamma Mia!' s huge success worldwide, and the forthcoming film starring Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan, there is a huge interest in ABBA's music.
- ABBA Posing together with the actors from the motion picture "Mamma Mia!" July 4th 2008.
- His personal life took a turn for the better when he met the actress Marta Abba, for whom he wrote most of his later plays.
- Pirandello's devotion to Abba was such that he even wrote plays especially for her, most notably As You Desire Me.
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- Sammen med tre andre svenske musikere startet s-- Benny Andersson gruppen ABBA og i 1972 kom ABBAs f--rste singel --People need love--.
- Benny Anderssons tidiga verk f--r Hep Stars och Abba var t--mligen enkel ehuru effektiv popschlager.
- ABBA They are also involved in the production of the film version of the musical, to open in July 2008; Benny Andersson produces the Soundtrack.
- Anderson was one of the dominant figures behind ABBA, representing their commercial interests and global success through successful record deals.
- The Hootenanny Singers released their records on the Polar Music record label, owned by Stig Anderson (1931---1997), who was to become ABBA---s manager.
- The Hep Stars' manager was Stig Anderson, who went on to manage ABBA. Among the hits were I natt jag dr--mde, Cadillac, Malaika and Sunny Girl.
- In 1990 Stig Anderson sold Polar Music with nearly all utilisation and license rights and the registered ABBA mark for an unknown sum of money to Polygram.
- A legacy of extraordinary songs and worldwide record sales of over 360 million have ensured ABBA a lasting popularity.
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- During the summer and fall 1977 ABBA recorded the album "ABBA - The Album".
- During the fall 1979 ABBA toured around North-America and continued around Europe too.
- Benny Andersson has on several occasions performed old ABBA songs.
- In April and May 2007, Andersson is working on the film soundtrack, re-recording the old ABBA songs with musicians from the old ABBA recording sessions.
- The enormous interest in the Gold compilation saw the release of More ABBA Gold: More ABBA Hits in 1993.
- Nowadays, most of their videos can be seen on the DVDs ABBA Gold and The Definitive Collection.
- ABBA's ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits album was sold alongside her own merchandise during the tour.
- It followed an ITV programme of the same name and featured various British artists covering ABBA songs.
- And a Broadway (originally West End) musical, Mamma Mia, whose music is all Abba songs, was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Musical in 2002.
- In Canada, "I Have a Dream" became ABBA's second #1 on the RPM Adult Contemporary chart, after "Fernando" hit the top previously.
- In 1975, ABBA's "SOS" became the first song with a palindromic title recorded by a group with a palindromic name to hit the pop charts.
- Abba, Frida, Agnetha Faltskog and related charts from around the world.
- The group included Bj--rn Ulvaeus, who later was a member of ABBA. Other bandmembers were Johan Karlberg, Tony Roth and Hansi Schwarz.
- Etter ABBA fortsatte samarbeidet med Bj--rn Ulvaeus, blant annet i musikalene Chess og Kristina fr--n Duvem--la.
- The music of this song is written by Benny Andersson and Bj--rn Ulvaeus (2 previous ABBA -members), while the lyrics are written by Tim Rice.
- After ABBA broke up in 1983, Andersson continued writing music with Ulvaeus.
- After ABBA In the 1980s, F--ltskog released three English-language solo albums.
- In the US, the single reached #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and became ABBA's second Billboard Adult Contemporary #1.
- It also topped the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, ABBA's first American number one single of any kind.
- Nevertheless, "Arrival" finally became a true breakthrough release for ABBA on a US album market when it peaked at No.20 on Billboard album chart.
- Ulvaeus still occasionally recorded and performed with the Hootenanny Singers until the summer of 1974, alongside ABBA.
- The single Summer Night City topped the charts, and set the stage for Abba's foray into the disco sound, with the album Voulez-Vous.
- The hit singles ‘ Summer Night City’ and ‘Chiquitita’ were followed by ABBA’s sixth album, Voulez-Vous, released in April 1979.
- After receiving little attention during the mid 1980s, ABBA experienced a major resurgence in 1988 when the Australian Band Bj--rn Again was formed.
- The ABBA tribute band Bj--rn Again became so successful that as of 2004 there were five casts of Bj--rn Again performing in various parts of the world.
- The same year ABBA Live was released, featuring selections of live performances from the group's 1977 and 1979 tours.
- At the end of April, the group recorded a TV special, Dick Cavett meets ABBA with the US talk show host Dick Cavett.
- ABBA Live is an album of live recordings by Swedish pop group ABBA, released by Polar Music in 1986 (see 1986 in music).
- ABBA's fourth album appeared after the group had arrived as major stars, and it shows the quartet at the absolute top of their game.
- Covering ABBA's "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme" earned the group some respect in Sweden and Europe in 1986.
- Following the Eurovision success of "Waterloo", ABBA saw the band gaining worldwide recognition.
- The ABBA years (1972-1982) The foursome's breakthrough came with winning the Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden with " Waterloo " on April 6, 1974.
- In 1992, the song was re-released in the UK, as Erasure sparked an ABBA revival after the success of their "Abba-esque" EP topping the UK charts.
- Erasure scored their first number-one on the UK singles chart with the release of the Abba-esque EP in 1992.
- Waterloo was already no.1 in Spain when Abba visited, and remained in the charts for 15 weeks.
- On Saturday, March 20, 1976, at 6.30 pm, Australian TV's Channel 9 broadcast "The Best of ABBA", filmed during the group's visit the week before.
- A*Teens (or A-Teens) is a pop music group from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 1998 as ABBA Teens and later renamed to A*Teens.
- Polar eventually gained prosperity producing Ulv--us' next group, international superstars ABBA. Polar Music is currently owned by Universal Music Group.
- Interface to search pictures about the swedish music group ABBA published on usenet by using usenet-replayer's long time archive.
- About this time, Stig started to refer to the group privately and publicly as "Abba", having grown fed up with the unwieldy names.
- For three weeks in the summer of 1975, ABBA compensated for the planned 1974 Swedish tour they were forced to cancel after their Eurovision triumph.
- ABBAmania is a tribute album to Swedish pop band ABBA, released in 1999 (see 1999 in music).
- After ABBA---s final recordings, Bj--rn and Benny collaborated with Tim Rice on the musical Chess.
- In February 1981 the final blow was dealt to ABBA---s happy-couples image of the 1970s, when Benny and Frida announced their divorce.
- In November 1974, ABBA embarked on their first European tour, playing dates in Denmark, West Germany, and Austria.
- After the European leg of the tour, in March 1977, ABBA played eleven dates in Australia before a total of 160,000 people.
- In the instant case we find certain factors determinative that "ABBA" functions as a trademark and is not just an identification of the singers.
- We, therefore, hold that on the basis of the evidence submitted the mark "ABBA" functions as a trademark in International Class 9 for sound recordings.
- ABBA Oro: Grandes --xitos is a greatest hits album by ABBA, first released by Polydor in the United States in 1993, in which the songs are sung in Spanish.
- Dancing Queen" spent six weeks at No.1 in the UK from September 1976, and became ABBA's only chart-topper in the United States in April 1977.
- Also in 1980, ABBA recorded a compilation of Spanish-language versions of their hits called Gracias Por La M--sica.
- UK synth-pop duo Erasure 's then released an EP featuring cover versions of ABBA's songs, which topped the charts in the spring of 1992.
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