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Monday, 25 September 2017

ABBA Mamma Mia! Movie - More Songs Revealed ! Benny Andersson So Busy !!

Swedish pop wonder ABBA is more current than ever.

A reunion in the form of a digital Abba tour is underway, interpretations for the new "Mamma Mia" film and Benny Andersson has just recorded a new solo disc.

But when Benny Andersson looks back in his career there are moments from the band's long career that he can regret.

"We have done songs with Abba that we would not have done," he said in an interview with Aftonbladet.

Benny Andersson is constantly questioned when the pop group ABBA will be reunited. And lately he has been able to give a message.

In 2019, the premiere is scheduled for a digital Abba tour, which he is currently working on.

It's about a tour where ABBA's music will be performed by a live band and where digital versions of band members will be projected in front of the audience.

"It will take some time, it takes time to digitize a face. It's fun that it's in that technical front end. It will be interesting, he has previously told Expressen.

The song will be from the group's old recordings, either from solo discs or from live concerts.

In an interview with Aftonbladet, the artist now says that he may not have thought he would work very much after 70's.

"I thought I could take it a little more calmly now that I've reached 70," he says.

And in addition to the digital tour, the ABBA songs are current in the new movie "Mamma Mia: Here we go again" there songs like "Dancing queen", "I wonder", "Why did it have to be me", "Angeleyes" and "When I kissed the teacher" gets a new life.


"It's fun, for those who are not hardcore Abba fans, there may be some unknown songs," he told Aftonbladet.

But there are also moments in his career that he is not as proud of as he can regret ABBA's contention.

"In retrospect, we can see that we did things in the 1960s and 1970s that we could not resist. You are entitled to not be top notch. We have made songs with ABBA that we would not have done. We would have refrained from trying to be rock'n'roll like in "Watch out". But it felt right and fun then" he told Aftonbladet.

Benny Andersson's piano "Piano" release will be released on September 29th. The disc includes "Thank you for the music", "The day before you came" and melodies from both "Chess" and "Kristina from Duvemåla".



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