To Steve. Yes I saw them at concert. Must have beenaround 1978 or so.
The photo caption is incorrect. Agnetha is the blonde, Anifrid( Frida) is the
Yeah, I still listen to & love ABBA. I'm 40 & listened to them from my older
brothers & sisters, that is where my "Earworms" came from. Now I "Torture" my
teenagers while I'm driving & they are a "Captive" audience .... Ha Ha Ha ...
They beg to drive because the rule is: "Driver has control of music listening!"
the brunette is hot...
the picture brings back a lot of fond "Mamamia, Dancing Queen, Money Money
Money, Fernando, etc etc memories......LOL!!
Susy, you saw ABBA in concert?? You are so lucky. Maybe if I hadn't of been
only between 8 and 10 at the time they toured the U.S. I might have seen them
too. Yes, I've been a MAJOR fan of ABBA ever since I was little in the 70's and
still love it just as much today. I'd literally give my right arm to see them
in a reunion concert (something that unfortunately will never happen it seems).
I don't know about all this science, but I must confess that I did have my ABBA
Gold CD playing while I cleaned house on Saturday. Good stuff!
The hooks in ABBA's music are what make some people love it are the same things
that makes other people hate it. It's classic bublegum rock.I like
their music, but I didn't like the broadway show.
I saw them live on stage ages ago and it wasamazing.
It's good music. Good voices and good music from an era when talent mattered.
Ever since the early 80s, the art has been an afterthought to the visual appeal
of the singer, the dancing, the stage. People respond to the music because what
is played now is so unsatisfying.