This unique 3 DVD set is the ultimate critical review of the music of Abba on record, on stage, in concert and on screen. Drawing on a host of rare Abba performances and interviews from around the globe, this set of three in-depth critical films explores every aspect of Abba's career and produces an unrivalled insight into every aspect of the work of Abba.
A Critical Review 1973-1976:
Exploring the work of the band from its infancy through the release of Waterloo and beyond, this penetrating film examines the factors which prompted Abba's meteoric rise to become one of the biggest bands of the early 70s.:
A Critical Review 1977-1982:
By 1977 the band were megastars and they set about making pop history, continuing to produce hits which are still loved today. This disc explores the music of the superstar days and features the unique critical insights of a leading team of music critics and asks working musicians from Bjorn Again to deconstruct the music to find its hidden secrets.
This DVD draws on rare footage of Abba in performance from film and TV vaults around the world, and is coupled with the expert knowledge of Abba insiders, such as their first press officer, John Tobler, and esteemed Abba author Karl French, and some of today's leading critics and musicologists. This remarkable DVD is the ultimate critical examination of Abba as a live phenomenon.
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