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Agnetha Åse Fältskog (Swedish pronunciation: [aŋ²neːta ²fɛltskuːɡ], born 5 April 1950) is a Swedish musician, singer, songwriter, actress, and author. She achieved success 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,[1] which has sold over 380 million albums and singles worldwide,[2] making them one of the best-selling music artists in history.[3]

Since the break-up of ABBA, Fältskog has continued to have success as a solo artist, albeit interspersed by periods of relative recording inactivity.

 

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Agnetha Fältskog young nude

Early life (1950–1966)

Agnetha Åse Fältskog (known as Anna in some countries[4]) was born in Jönköping, Småland, Sweden on 5 April 1950.[5][6] She was the first of two daughters of department store manager Knut Ingvar Fältskog (1922–1995) and his wife Birgit Margareta Johansson (1923–1994).[5] Ingvar showed much interest in music and show business,[7] whereas Birgit was a calm and careful woman who devoted herself to her children and household.[8]

Fältskog wrote her first song at the age of six, entitled “Två små troll” (“Two Little Trolls”).[9] In 1958, she began taking piano lessons, and also sang in a local church choir.[5] In early 1960, Fältskog formed a musical trio, the Cambers, with her friends Lena Johansson and Elisabeth Strub. They performed locally in minor venues and soon dissolved due to a lack of engagements.[5] At age 15, Fältskog decided to leave school and pursue a career.[5]

Fältskog cites Connie Francis, Marianne Faithfull, Aretha Franklin and Lesley Gore as her strongest musical influences.[5]

Career development in Sweden (1966–1971)

Fältskog worked as a telephonist for a car firm while performing with a local dance band, headed by Bernt Enghardt.[5] The band soon became so popular that she had to make a choice between her job and her musical career. She continued singing with the Bernt Enghardt band for two years.[5] During that time, Fältskog broke up with her boyfriend Björn Lilja; this event inspired her to write a song, “Jag var så kär” (“I Was So in Love”), that soon brought her to media prominence.[5][8] At that time, Karl Gerhard Lundkvist, a relative of one of the band’s members, retired from his successful rock and roll career and began working as a record producer at Cupol Records. Enghardt sent him a demo recording of the band, but Lundkvist only showed interest in Fältskog and her song.[8] She was worried because he was not interested in the band and they were not to be included on the record. However, she decided to accept the offer, and signed a recording contract with Cupol Records.[5]

Her self-penned début single “Jag var så kär” was released through Cupol Records in 1967, and topped the Swedish Chart on 28 January 1968 and sold more than 80,000 copies.[5] She also submitted the song “Försonade” (“Reconciled”) to Melodifestivalen, the Swedish preliminary for the Eurovision Song Contest, but it was not selected for the final.[8] Fältskog developed a career as one of Sweden’s most popular pop music artists, participating in a television special about pilots in 1968.[10] The same year, she released the single “Zigenarvän” (“Gypsy Friend”) about a young girl attending a Gypsy wedding and falling in love with the bride’s brother. Its release coincided with a heated debate about Gypsies in the Swedish media, and Fältskog was accused of deliberately trying to make money out of the situation by writing the song.[9]

Fältskog’s success continued throughout the late 1960s. She met German songwriter/producer Dieter Zimmerman, to whom she became engaged.[5] Her albums thus reached the German charts, and Zimmerman promised her she would achieve great success in Germany.[5] However, when she went there and met with record producers, the venture was not productive; Fältskog refused to meet the demands of the producers, describing their chosen material as “horrible”.[5] She soon ended her engagement to Zimmerman and returned to Sweden.[5]

In 1970, she released “Om tårar vore guld” (“If Tears Were Gold”), although a Danish composer claimed that she had used 22 bars from his composition “Tema” (“Theme”), even though it had been written in the 1950s and had never been recorded. The case dragged on until 1977, when a settlement was reached and Fältskog paid the Dane SEK5,000.[citation needed]

In 1972, Fältskog portrayed Mary Magdalene in the Swedish production of the international musical hit Jesus Christ Superstar.[8]

Originally posted 2017-12-01 11:10:08.

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