The Making Of ABBA's "Waterloo" Album | History

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ABBA’s second album "Waterloo" was released in 1974. It is 50 years old. In this video, we are going to explore the creation of the album and dive into every song. One of the most remarkable things is the collision of an album that is generally an uplifting thrill of pop glam, upbeat and sunshine, and yet – below the surface – you will find deep melancholia. You may also be surprised to find out how many songs Björn and Benny are actually very fond of. Let’s go back in time.

0:00 Intro
0:44 ABBA Becomes ABBA
1:19 Euphoria & Melancholy – "Dance (While The Music Still Goes On)"
4:29 Sunshine & Darkness – "Suzy-Hang-Around"
6:42 Funky Jazz – "My Mama Said"
7:43 Harmony Explorations – "What About Livingstone"
8:17 Sweet & Sexy – "Honey, Honey"
8:58 The Infamous "King Kong Song"
11:15 Hurrying Up – "Lovesong", "Waterloo" & "Watch Out"
13:52 Agnetha’s Melodrama – "Hasta Mañana"
15:25 Mixing
16:59 Sequence
19:43 Conclusion
20:15 Outro


Written, narrated, recorded & edited by Bobby’s Brother.

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