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Agnetha Faltskog 2004 - If I Thought You'd Ever Change your mind (Olegsuperbest)

Her choice of producer was Mike Chapman, whod серия enjoyed a highly successful career during the 1970s as songwriter and producer for the likes of The Sweet, Mud, Smokie and Suzi Quatro, and producer for acts such as Blondie and The Knack. After Agnetha had trawled through hundreds of demo tracks in late 1982, she and Chapman met up at Polar Music Studio in January 1983 to record the best of those songs. She also asked singer Tomas Ledin a very popular artist in Sweden, who had been afforded a solo spot on abbas 1979 tour to write something for her album, the resulting track being the reggae-flavoured Take Good Care Of Your Children. Mike Chapman collaborated with Holly Knight on what ultimately became the title track of the album, the seductive Wrap Your Arms Around. However, the most popular song to emerge from the recording sessions was the jubilant, calypso-styled The Heat. It was the first single from the album and reached number one on the Swedish chart. The track was indicative of Agnethas overall intention for the album. We wanted good songs with strong melodies, a positive spirit. Not just tragic ballads about someone having left you, or that life is difficult, she explained in an interview. When the Wrap Your Arms Around Me album was released it shot to number one on the Swedish album chart, becoming one of the biggest albums of 1983. In international terms, alongside Fridas Somethings Going On, it is the most successful solo album ever released by an abba member, reaching quite respectable chart positions and selling a reported.2 million copies worldwide. Agnetha herself has said that its her favourite among her 1980s output. Another major single from the album was Cant Shake Loose, written by Russ Ballard whod penned the previous years Frida hit I Know Theres Something Going. Cant Shake Loose gave Agnetha her biggest solo success in the United States, where it reached the Top.

agnetha Faltskog  2004 - If I Thought You'd Ever Change your mind (Olegsuperbest)

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After that she became a full-time Polar Music recording artist and клинок the remainder of the decade was almost exclusively devoted to her work with abba. Her first release as a solo artist on the Polar label came towards the end of the abba era, in October 1981, and the album in question was no straightforward pop creation either. Agnetha had wanted to record something with her and Björns daughter, Linda, for a long time. In November 1980, mother and child finally entered Polar Music Studio in Stockholm, Sweden to record a collection of Swedish-language Christmas songs. Linda was seven years old at the time. The original intention was that the album should be rush-released in time for Christmas in 1980, but it was soon realised that the deadline wouldnt be met. Therefore, Nu tändas tusen juleljus (Now A Thousand Christmas Candles Are Being Lit as the album was entitled, wasnt issued until October 1981. Upon release it reached number 6 on the Swedish album chart and has remained a consistent seller each Christmas since then. Wrap your arms around her, the next time Agnetha had the opportunity to release an album under her own name was in May 1983. The previous year had seen the abba era grinding to a halt, with the group making what turned out to be their very last recordings. At the time, the intention was merely to take a break, so that Björn and Benny would have the time to collaborate with Tim Rice on writing and recording the musical Chess. In the meantime, Frida and Agnetha would concentrate on their solo careers. Frida had released her first English-language album, Somethings Going On, in 1982, and now it was Agnethas turn to make her dbut solo album for an international market.

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agnetha Faltskog  2004 - If I Thought You'd Ever Change your mind (Olegsuperbest)

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The world will always recognise Agnetha Fältskog primarily for whitesnake her contributions as one of two amazing lead singers in abba. But her recording career started in 1967, and despite 17 years when she made no recordings at all, her solo albums actually out-number abbas studio albums. The May 2013 release of her album, impossible A, gives us reason to take a closer look at her career as a solo performer. She was so in love, agnetha Fältskog became a recording artist in 1967, when she was only 17 years old. A prolific songwriter for many years even at that tender age, her dbut single featured one of her own songs, Jag var s kär (I Was So In Love). The single shot to number one on the Swedish sales chart in early 1968, kicking off Agnethas recording career with a bang. Four years later, when abba recorded their first single in the spring of 1972, Agnetha had four albums and a slew of hit singles to her credit, all of them released on the Cupol label; for the first few years of abbas career, Agnetha would. Her fifth album Elva kvinnor i ett hus (Eleven Women In One House released in 1975 was the only of her albums to consist only of tunes she had written herself (except for her Swedish-language version of abbas SOS and seemed to usher. However, by the time of the albums release abba had exploded on the international scene, so instead Elva kvinnor i ett hus constituted Agnethas farewell to the Cupol label.

Agnetha Faltskog (1968 agnetha Faltskog (1968 agnetha Faltskog, vol.2 (1969 agnetha Faltskog, vol.2 (1969) (P)1999 Royal Records (Germany).

The world will always сингапур recognise Agnetha Fältskog primarily for her contributions as one of two amazing lead singers in abba. But her recording career started in 1967. For a decade she was one of the most famous faces in the world then, when Abba broke up in 1982, Agnetha Faltskog walked away from the public eye. Agnethas first English-language solo album, Wrap Your Arms Around Me, was produced by Mike Chapman and was recorded in Sweden at Polar Music Studios in 1983. When Abba broke up in 1982, Agnetha Faltskog walked away from the public eye. In her first major interview for three decades, she talks about the loves and losses.

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