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  1. Agneta Åse Fältskog (born 5 April 1950), known as Agnetha Fältskog (Swedish pronunciation: [aŋˈnêːta ˈfɛ̂ltskuːɡ] ), is a Swedish singer, songwriter, and musician. She first achieved success in Sweden with the release of her 1968 self-titled debut album .

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  2. Agnetha Fältskog discography - Wikipedia Agnetha Fältskog discography The article includes the discography of Agnetha Fältskog. For detailed information on her recordings with ABBA, see ABBA discography Contents 1 Studio albums 1.1 Swedish-language albums 1.2 English-language albums 2 Compilation albums 3 Box sets 4 Singles 4.1 Swedish singles

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  3. Agnetha Åse Fältskog (Swedish pronunciation: [aŋ²neːta ²fɛltskuːɡ], born 5 April 1950) is a Swedish musician, singer, songwriter, actress, and author. She became successful in Sweden after the release of her debut album Agnetha Fältskog in 1968, and reached international stardom as a member of the pop group ABBA .

    • Singer, songwriter, record producer
    • Åse Agneta Fältskog, 5 April 1950 (age 72), Jönköping, Småland, Sweden
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    Agnetha Fältskog är dotter till avdelningschef Ingvar Fältskog (1922–1995) och kassörskan Birgit, född Johansson (1923–1994).[1] Hon skrev sin första låt "Två små troll" när hon var fem år gammal.[2] Hennes far var intresserad av amatörteater och brukade sätta upp små föreställningar och lokalrevyer i Jönköping. Då hon var sex år gjorde hon scendebut genom att framföra låten "Billy Boy" i en av faderns julföreställningar.[3] Fältskog tog tidigt lektioner i piano och hon uppträdde också i kyrk...

    Karriär före ABBA

    Som 16-åring blev Fältskog medlem i det svenska dansbandet Bernt Enghardts orkester.[4] Samtidigt arbetade hon som växeltelefonist på en bilfirma.[5] Fältskog skivdebuterade med egna låten "Jag var så kär" i november 1967, vilken även blev hennes första listetta på Kvällstoppen i början av 1968. Skivan såldes i över 80 000 exemplar. Därefter avlöste succéerna varandra: "Utan dig mitt liv går vidare", "Allting har förändrat sig", "Zigenarvän", "Om tårar vore guld" och "Vart ska min kärlek föra...

    Åren med ABBA

    1. Fördjupning: ABBA Agnetha Fältskog är en av de fyra medlemmarna i ABBA. Hon deltog redan i "prototypen" till ABBA, den ensemble med de fyra som under 1970 turnerade under namnet Festfolket. I ABBA delade Fältskog rollen som huvudsaklig sångare med Annifrid Lyngstad.

    Svenskspråkiga album

    1. 1968 – Agnetha Fältskog 2. 1969 – Agnetha Fältskog Vol. 2 3. 1970 – Som jag är 4. 1971 – När en vacker tanke blir en sång 5. 1975 – Elva kvinnor i ett hus 6. 1981 – Nu tändas tusen juleljus, med dottern Linda Ulvaeus 7. 1987 – Kom följ med i vår karusell, med sonen Christian Ulvaeus[10]

    Engelskspråkiga album

    1. 1983 – Wrap Your Arms Around Me 2. 1985 – Eyes of a Woman 3. 1987 – I Stand Alone 4. 2004 – My Colouring Book 5. 2013 – A

    Samlingsalbum

    1. 1973 – Agnetha Fältskogs bästa 2. 1979 – Tio år med Agnetha 3. 1985 – Team Toppen 1 4. 1986 – Sjung denna sång 5. 1986 – Agnetha Collection'' 6. 1989 – Agnetha in Germany(Japansk Fanklubb-cd, alla tyska singlar) 7. 1994 – Geh' mit Gott 8. 1996 – My Love, My Life 9. 1998 – That's Me – The Greatest Hits 10. 2004 – De första åren 1967-1979(6-cd box) 11. 2008 – My Very Best

    1977 – ABBA – The Movie
    1980 – ABBA – In Concert
    1983 – Raskenstam
    2004 – ABBA – The Last Video Ever
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    As Fältskog was not an active recording artist at the time, the album happened in a roundabout way. "The project came about through a good friend of mine", she explained. "She called me up and told me that Jörgen Elofssonand Peter Nordahl wanted to play me some music. They came to my house and played me three songs and I thought, 'Oh my God, I have...

    Personal appearances

    Fältskog appeared on stage at G-A-Y in Londonon 4 May 2013 to promote the album. Although she did not perform, 10 fans had the chance to meet her backstage after the appearance. On 1 August 2013 she appeared on stage at Stockholm Gay Pride, where she was presented with her Gold record award for sales of the album in Sweden. In the same week of the announcement of her album release, Fältskog was a guest on the Norwegian-Swedish television talk show Skavlan. The show was filmed on 14 March 2013...

    Press and print media

    The May edition of UK gay publication Attitude magazine featured an extensive new interview with Fältskog. The German gay publication Exit also featured an interview in April. In the UK and Ireland The Big Issuefeatured Fältskog on the cover of their June edition along with an interview about her life.

    Internet and social media

    In order to promote the album and its singles, several social media web profiles for Fältskog were created, including pages on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

    BBC News called A a "tasteful and sumptuous" mid-tempo album; the disco song "Dance Your Pain Away" was noted as the only exception to the general tempo, its bassline reminiscent of ABBA's "Voulez-Vous". In a review of the album, The Times gave the album four out of five stars, calling A "a triumphant return to form by a woman presumed lost to musi...

    Notes 1. Commentary for each track by Fältskog and producer Jörgen Elofsson was made available with the release of A on Spotify.

    • 10 May 2013
    • Atlantis Studio, Konserthuset (Stockholm, Sweden), Lighthouse Studios (Lidingö, Sweden)
  4. Agnetha Fältskog is the debut studio album by Swedish pop singer and future ABBA member Agnetha Fältskog. It was released in Sweden in early 1968 through Cupol Records.

  5. Agnetha Fältskog; Información personal; Nombre de nacimiento: Agnetha Åse Fältskog: Nacimiento: 5 de abril de 1950 (72 años) Jönköping, Suecia: Residencia: Ekerö: Nacionalidad: Sueca: Lengua materna: Sueco: Características físicas; Altura: 1,72 m: Cabello: Rubio: Familia; Padres: Ingvar Faltskog Birgit Johansson: Cónyuge: Tomas Sonnenfeld (1990-1993) Björn Ulvaeus (1971-1980)