ZDF Kultnacht ABBA ganzer Film full movie Thank you for the music
/ 3 years ago /
0:00 - Honey Honey 3:07 - Money Money Money 6:14 - Mamma Mia 9:49 - Dancing Queen 13:55 - Our Last Summer 16:55 - Lay All Your Love On Me 21:23 - Super Trouper 25:18 - Gimme Gimme Gimme (A Man After Midnight) 29:11 - The Name of the Game 34:06 - Voulez Vous 38:41 - SOS 42:02 - Does Your Mother Know 45:07 - Slipping Through My Fingers 48:58 - The Winner Takes It All 53:58 - When All Is Said and Done 57:16 - Take a Chance on Me 1:01:17 - I Have A Dream 1:05:35 - Thank You For the Music
/ 5 years ago /
I made this myself cut in 2004. Only the sound. For years, I listened in the car. Then came the idea: maybe like for others also Then I created the images can be added. Thanks for the many-many views.
/ 3 years ago /
Some things are contagious in a good way -- like the beat, the sound and the infectious joy of these Swedes at their best. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 ABBA songs. Special thanks to our users cjgumpy82, blakevonsmith, Zachary Wicks, Riley Cotter, Margaret Rd and Erik blidner for submitting the idea on our Suggest Page at WatchMojo.com/suggest! Check out the voting page here, http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top%2010%20ABBA%20Songs If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Check us out at Twitter.com/WatchMojo and Facebook.com/WatchMojo We have T-Shirts! Be sure to check out http://www.WatchMojo.com/store for more info. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/E7ad/
/ 2 years ago /
With sound:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHXH2l6qOLTZgVRTmTVXqV_2G4PWLQ7jM 01. Waterloo 0:01 02. Eagle 4:49 03. Take A Chance On Me 7:55 04. Voulez-Vous 11:07 05. Chiquitita 14:35 06. Have A Dream 18:27 07. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) 24:21 08. Knowing Me, Knowing You 29:35 09. Summer Night City 33:05 10. Dancing Queen 37:20 11. Does Your Mother Know 41:25 12. Hole In Your Soul 45:25
/ 7 years ago /
Music video by Abba performing Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight). (C) 1979 Polar Music International AB
/ 3 years ago /
/ 1 year ago /
From Live Stream: Susan and a variety of singing artists joined ITV to celebrate a festive Christmas ABBA tribute.
/ 7 years ago /
Happy Christmas from ABBA stars here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l2-6PzClCY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEu6NzAOg00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=md01zaoBOXQ Unique version here recorded for BBC TOTP's 1976 "Fernando" was ABBA's firstst non-album single, released in November 1975. Lead vocals were sung by Anni-Frid Lyngstad. The track appeared on the 1976 ABBA release Greatest Hits in some countries, although in Australia and New Zealand, "Fernando" was included on the group's Arrival album. "Fernando" also features on the multi-million selling ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits compilation. This song was to become ABBA's biggest selling single of all time, selling 6,000,000 copies in 1976 alone. All in all, Fernando sold over 10 million copies worldwide. "Fernando" was not originally an ABBA song but was written for ABBA member Anni-Frid Lyngstad. It appeared on her 1975 #1 Swedish solo album, Frida ensam. The song was written by Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Stig Anderson and carried the working title of "Tango". Preparations for recording began in August 1975. The original Swedish language version's lyrics were written by ABBA's manager Stig Anderson and differ substantially from the English language version. In the original, the narrator tries to console the heartbroken Fernando, who has lost his great love. "The sorrow can be hard to bear, but the fact that friends let us down is something we all have to cope with". The bittersweet chorus goes: "Long live love, our best friend, Fernando. Raise your glass and propose a toast to it, to love, Fernando. Play the melody and sing a song of happiness. Long live love, Fernando". - Wikipedia Can you hear the drums fernando? I remember long ago another starry night like this In the firelight fernando You were humming to yourself and softly strumming your guitar I could hear the distant drums And sounds of bugle calls were coming from afar They were closer now fernando Every hour every minute seemed to last eternally I was so afraid fernando We were young and full of life and none of us prepared to die And I'm not ashamed to say The roar of guns and cannons almost made me cry There was something in the air that night The stars were bright, fernando They were shining there for you and me For liberty, fernando Though I never thought that we could lose There's no regret If I had to do the same again I would, my friend, fernando Now we're old and grey fernando And since many years I haven't seen a rifle in your hand Can you hear the drums fernando? Do you still recall the frightful night we crossed the rio grande? I can see it in your eyes How proud you were to fight for freedom in this land There was something in the air that night The stars were bright, fernando They were shining there for you and me For liberty, fernando Though I never thought that we could lose There's no regret If I had to do the same again I would, my friend, fernando There was something in the air that night The stars were bright, fernando They were shining there for you and me For liberty, fernando Though I never thought that we could lose There's no regret If I had to do the same again I would, my friend, fernando Yes, if I had to do the same again I would, my friend, fernando...
/ 7 years ago /
THE ABBA TOP 40 - Here's how the songs were ranked : This video montage ranks the top 40 singles released by ABBA, one of the world's best-selling bands, between 1972 and 1983. The ranking is not based on personal whim, but on the songs' actual chart positions. The ranking is determined by reverse scoring ABBA's original single releases from the pop and rock charts in 17 countries. (100 points were assigned for a number one chart position, 99 points for number two and so on, with a bonus 20 points awarded for each number one.) The dates attached to each track identify the year the single peaked in most countries, NOT the year it was produced or the album it appeared on. For example, King Kong Song appeared on the 1974 album "Waterloo", but it charted in Australia and Sweden at the height of the band's popularity, in 1977. Here is a list of the songs together with their point totals. If any of these rankings surprise you, please message me for the complete list of chart positions. 40. I've Been Waiting for You (1975) [52 points] 39. People Need Love (1972)  38. Nina, Pretty Ballerina (1973)  37. Rock Me (1976)  36. King Kong Song (1977)  35. He Is Your Brother (1972)  34. When All Is Said and Done (1982)  33. As Good As New (1979)  32. Hasta Mañana (1974)  31. Angeleyes (1979)  30. On and On and On (1980)  29. Happy New Year (1980)  28. So Long (1974)  27. Lay All Your Love on Me (1981)  26. Thank You for the Music (1980-Spanish/1983-English)  25. Eagle (1978)  24. Under Attack (1983)  23. Honey, Honey (1974)  22. Head Over Heels (1982)  21. Ring Ring (1973)  20. Voulez-Vous (1979)  19. The Day Before You Came (1982)  18. Summer Night City (1978)  17. I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do (1975)  16. Does Your Mother Know (1979)  15. I Have a Dream (1979)  14. Mamma Mia (1975)  13. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) (1979)  12. Money, Money, Money (1976)  11. S.O.S. (1975)  10. One of Us (1981)  9. The Name of the Game (1977)  8. Super Trouper (1980)  7. Take a Chance on Me (1978)  6. Waterloo (1974)  5. Knowing Me, Knowing You (1977)  4. The Winner Takes it All (1980)  3. Fernando (1976)  2. Chiquitita (1979)  1. Dancing Queen (1976)  Note: The clips are excerpted from produced video (ABBA was a pioneer of the music video), live performances, and lip-synched TV appearances: As a result the quality of the video varies.
/ 4 years ago /
Semi-widescreen è un compromesso per non perdere una parte rilevante dei volti delle cantanti o una parte inferiore del loro corpo. In pratica un video riportati da 4:3 a 16:9 (con ritaglio completo) è come una coperta corta o ti copri le gambe o la testa. Per questo ho pensato al semi-widescreen come via di mezzo. Spero che vi piaccia. "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)", originariamente intitolata "Been and Gone and Done It", è uno dei brani più popolari degli Abba. E' stato registrato e pubblicato nell 1979 insieme a "The King Has Lost His Crown" come B-side.
/ 4 years ago /
Questa è la più bella esibizione live degli Abba, in cui tutti i componenti del gruppo hanno offerto uno spettacolo musicale eccezionale, dal corista Tomas Ledin (che in seguito canterà con Agnetha "Never Again '97)" , al batterista Ola Brunkert, da Mats Ronander chitarrista a Anders Eljas alla tastiera, senza contare la musica iniziale offerta da Benny. E' tutto uno spettacolo stupendo! Avrei voluto presentarlo in widescreeen ma si sarebbero perse alcune immagini molto belle. Il brano è bellissimo, "Summer Night City" pubblicata il 6 settembre 1978 è il secondo singolo degli ABBA non estratto da un album. http://www.superbit.it/musica/abba1.php
/ 3 months ago /
" Happy New Year 2017 " - ABBA Greatest Hits Full Album Cover 2017 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coverlive2017/
/ 5 years ago /
ONE OF A KIND - FIRST GENERATION AUDIO. This is the concert segment IN TRUE STEREO from the 1978 special "Olivia!" Just prior to shooting this segment with a live orchestra, the audio guy asked if I would like a stereo feed of the sound. Of course I said yes and fed two three-quarter inch VCRs with the special feed. Stereo TV was not available widely until the mid-1980s. After completion of the special, I manually synced the 2" master of the show to my ¾" master and, viola, a stereo version of the concert with Andy Gibb, ABBA, and Olivia! Shot just days before it aired, the ABC-TV special "Olivia!" was the marathon of all television specials I edited while in Hollywood. For 36 nonstop hours, director Steve Binder (my all time favorite) and the post-production crew dashed toward an unbelievable deadline and beat it. This is the entire concert segment. The air version begins at 3:01 and ends prior to "Thank you for the Music" (which was used for closing credits). Please select 480p and full screen (and don't forget headphones!); the quality is matchless!
/ 9 months ago /
www.abbatalk.com ★ Video courtesy of Lasse Anrell. 'The Way Old Friends Do' was originally recorded live at London's Wembley Arena in November 1979 and subsequently featured as the final track on ABBA's 'Super Trouper' album in November 1980. Sunday 5 June 2016 marked the 50th anniversary of the first meeting of Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. A party was held at Berns Salonger in Stockholm, Sweden, for approximately 350 guests - including Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid 'Frida' Reuss. Towards the end of the evening, Agnetha and Frida took to the stage to sing this tribute to their former band mates. Björn and Benny did not sing with Agnetha and Frida. Therefore, the last known occasion that all four members of ABBA performed together was in June 1999, at the 50th birthday party of their friend and associate Görel Hanser. For more details, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
/ 9 months ago /
ABBA - Arrival from Sweden concert - Austin, Texas 5/15/2016 Snippets from their fantastic One World Theater performance. GREAT SHOW! See them live!!!
/ 6 years ago /
This was a 1973 single by ABBA, which gave the group their big break in several European countries Andersson, Ulvaeus and Anderson were invited to submit a song for the Swedish selection process in order to choose their entry for the 1973 Eurovision Song Contest. After several days, Andersson and Ulvaeus came up with the tune for the Swedish version of "Ring Ring", with the working title "Klocklåt" (Clock Tune). Stig Anderson wrote the lyrics with the intention of making a "poppy" song, trying to remove the pomp and circumstance surrounding the Eurovision Song Contest at the time. After this, the song had been retitled "Ring Ring". To make it more accessible to a universal audience, Anderson asked American songwriter Neil Sedaka to pen the lyrics for an English version, together with his songwriting partner, Phil Cody. On January 10, 1973, the song was recorded at the Metronome Studio in Stockholm. Michael B. Tretow, the studio engineer, collaborated with Andersson and Ulvaeus over many of their subsequent singles and albums. Tretow had read a book about record producer Phil Spector, famed for his "Wall of Sound" treatment to the songs that he produced. While Spector used several musicians playing the same instruments in the same recording studio at the same time, this was far too expensive for this case. Thus, Tretow's solution was to simply record the song's backing track twice, in order to achieve an orchestral sound. By changing the speed of the tape between the overdubs, making the instruments marginally out of tune, this increased the effect. This was unlike anything that had been done before in Swedish music. However, when Björn & Benny, Agnetha & Anni-Frid performed "Ring Ring" in the Swedish heats on 10 February 1973, they only finished third. Nevertheless, the song fared much better in the Swedish charts, both in its Swedish and English language incarnations, where it hit number one and number two respectively. It was only now the quartet decided that performing as a group was a serious and realistic idea. They toured Sweden, and despite the failure of "Ring Ring" to represent the country at the 1973 Eurovision Song Contest, they began to prepare themselves for 1974's competition, with "Waterloo". - wikipedia I was sitting by the phone I was waiting all alone Baby by myself I sit and wait and wonder about you It's a dark and dreary night Seems like nothing's going right Won't you tell me honey how can I go on here without you? Yes I'm down and feeling blue And I don't know what to do, oh-oh Ring, ring, why don't you give me a call? Ring, ring, the happiest sound of them all Ring, ring, I stare at the phone on the wall And I sit all alone impatiently Won't you please understand the need in me So, ring, ring, why don't you give me a call? So, ring, ring, why don't you give me a call? You were here and now you're gone Hey did I do something wrong? I just can't believe that I could be so badly mistaken Was it me or was it you? Tell me, are we really through? Won't you hear me cry and you will know that my heart is breaking Please forgive and then forget Or maybe darling better yet, oh-oh Ring, ring, why don't you give me a call? Ring, ring, the happiest sound of them all Ring, ring, I stare at the phone on the wall And I sit all alone impatiently Won't you please understand the need in me So, ring, ring, why don't you give me a call? So, ring, ring, why don't you give me a call? Oh-oh, ring, ring, why don't you give me a call? So, ring, ring, why don't you give me a call?