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The Girl With The Golden Hair (3 Scenes From A Mini Musical) - ABBA - The Album (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. As ABBA's success grew, so did the musical ambition of the group's songwriters, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. One of the first examples of this increased ambition appeared on the second side of The Album in the form of "The Girl With the Golden Hair: 3 Scenes From a Mini-Musical," a triptych of songs written especially for the group's live show.
  2. The B-side of ABBA Tracks features a further five non-album songs, personally selected by ABBA's Benny Andersson. Going back to the analogue master tapes for each individual album, as originally prepared by ABBA and their associates, the albums in the ABBA: The Vinyl Collection box set have been remastered for vinyl especially for this release/5(13).
  3. "The Girl With The Golden Hair" - a mini-musical in 4 scenes - INTRODUCTION. NARRATOR: And now, if you please, we’re about to begin The scene is all set for our star to come in Magic is hanging like smoke in the air And all of a sudden you see her, she’s there! The girl with the golden hair. THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC. AGNETHA: I’m nothing.
  4. Jan 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - ABBA - The Girl with the Golden Hair (Hamburg + Bjorn's introduction Sydney, 3rd March) YouTube The Girl With The Golden Hair Part 1 of 3 - .
  5. Label: Polar - • Format: Box Set Compilation, Limited Edition, Remastered Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered Red, gVinyl LP, Album, Reissue.
  6. ABBA - ABBA: The Album Album Lyrics; 1. Eagle: 2. Hole in Your Soul: 3. Hole in Your Soul - The Girl with the Golden Hair - 3 Scenes from a Mini-Musical: 4. I Wonder (Departure) 5. I'm a Marionette: 6. Move On: 7. One Man, One Woman: 8. Take a Chance on Me: 9. Thank You for the Music: The Name of the Game.
  7. The Album's closing trilogy, "The Girl with the Golden Hair: 3 Scenes from a Mini Musical," was Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus's most ambitious work yet. But despite "Thank You for the Music," a more humble "I Write the Songs," and the barely veiled complaint "I'm a Marionette," it /5(40).

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