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  • CD (24 mai 2005)
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  • Format : CD, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0009HL8E6
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HASH(0x942592e8) étoiles sur 5 FRIDA / Something's Going On 2 février 2000
Par T. Kavanagh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
By the time Frida got around to recording her first English-language solo album in 1982, the public had decided that enough was enough, ABBA-wise. As it turns out, even the band themselves felt that ABBA was running on fumes at this point. Their singles were no longer reaching the UK Top 10 (including, bafflingly, the beautiful 'The Day Before You Came'). It was always going to be difficult to score a hit or earn credibility if your name was attached to ABBA, when the whole world was fawning over Adam & the Ants.... Added to this, 'Something's Going On' was not what the hard-core ABBA fans expected. Crashing drums, crunchy guitar figures, eloquent bitterness and an abandonment of the dance-floor failed to pull in the boys and girls for whom 'Fernando' and 'Super Trouper' were cutting edge.

At the time, Frida was adamant about two things. Firstly, if Phil Collins wouldn't produce, there would be no album. Secondly, there would be no Andersson/Ulvaeus compositions recorded. There was no point, she argued, in doing a solo album if it was to end up sounding like ABBA. The first single, 'I Know There's Something Going On' underlined this. Sounding like a meeting between Pat Benatar and The Cars, it hinted at the style of album to come.

The album opens with a speaker-wrecking volley of snares at the start of 'Tell Me It's Over', a rocker which manages to be gritty, bitter and bouncy all at the same time. Next comes the reggae-style 'I See Red' (a real highlight), a missed single opportunity. A hat-trick of gems is completed in the album's next track, 'I Got Something'. This wasn't commercial enough for single release but just listen to that vocal! Great guitar figures and punchy brass underpin Frida's bravura performance to great effect. The wispy ballad, 'Strangers' is pretty but no big deal and Bryan Ferry's composition 'The Way You Do' is hardly his finest moment. Still, the graceful delicacy of Frida's interpretation of Collins' torch song 'You Know What I Mean' more than compensates.

As a set, 'Something's Going On' is cohesive and satisfying. Only one track jars and that is the closer, 'Here We'll Stay', a breezy, lovey-dovey duet with Phil Collins. Tracks 1 through 10 are the REAL album, where Frida works through her post-divorce wounds and agonies. Overall, 'Something's Going On' has worn its age rather better than its successor, 'Shine', its sound being more organic. This is not an album for fans of ABBA's perkier, sweeter hits. It must be seen as a stand-alone item.

Oh, and by the way - comparing this with any of Agnetha Faltskog's solo output is a pointless, subjective exercise that does neither women any favours. They are both great singers in their individual ways. If you like your music with a bit of grit, try this album. If ABBA's ballads and dance tunes are what light your fire, try Agnetha's more light-weight work.
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HASH(0x94665324) étoiles sur 5 A Great Remaster 4 juin 2005
Par Michael Allen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a great remaster of her first post-ABBA album. The first thing I noticed about it was they didn't use the same version of 'Here We'll Stay', it's been slightly remixed from the original album version, but a great version none-the-less. The 'Solo' version of 'Here We'll Stay' sounds more like a demo than a single version...I think I read somewhere that it was released as a single...yuck! But I digress. The remaster is top notch and should not be overlooked. The single edit of 'I Know There's Something Going On' sounds ok, but you can tell it was transferred from digital to analog and back again for this remaster.

This is a great album and worth the cost just to get that 'extra' track of Frida singing solo on 'Here We'll Stay' for all Frida fans.
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HASH(0x942c4cb4) étoiles sur 5 ABBAs and oranges 8 mai 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Anyone comparing Frida's group work to her solo work is missing the point. While the Swedish superstars were undoubtedly the pop powerhouse of the 1970's, Frida's remarkable solo career carries us all into the 80's and beyond.
Her dynamic range is amazing-- her songs are both beautiful and angst-filled; both charming and haunting; both gritty yet smooth. This Swedish siren combines the fury of Pat Benatar, the sultriness of Juice Newton, the plaintiveness of Bonnie Tyler, the 80's cuteness of Kylie Minogue, and the self-control of Laura Branigan... ALL IN ONE PACKAGE. A stunning album from a true queen of pop. This album helped get me through college, and almost nothing has come close to it since.
The song "Hot Shot City" is particularly good.
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HASH(0x94678048) étoiles sur 5 No second fiddle! 8 septembre 2005
Par M. PSOMADAKIS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Frida has always been my favorite voice in ABBA. Could any voice sound as rich as she does in ABBA's "Knowing Me, Knowing You?"

There is not a single dud on this entire cd. She and producer Phil Collins picked from the hottest songwriters of the day. The Brian Ferry penned-song "The Way You Do" is flawless, as is the haunting, atmospheric "To Turn The Stone." Other highlights are the rocking "Tell Me It's Over" and folk-tinged "Threnody."

As far as the remaster goes, the sound quality is excellent. The bonus tracks in no way add to the total package. I never really cared for the solo version of "Here We'll Stay," the duet with Phil Collins on the original cd. It seems unpolished. The newly included radio/single edit of "I Know There's Something Going On" proves that there is nothing like the original. Some things are better left alone! I LOVE THIS SONG!I did hear an incredible dance remix of this classic track while at a club in London in 2004. It was approximately 10 minutes long and played up the guitars but had a super-fast computerized beat. Where is this version? It should have been included instead of the edit. Also, no review would be complete without mentioning the excellent jazz-influenced "Baby Don"t You Cry No More" and the touching ballad "You Know What I Mean."

I can honestly say that overall, this cd is slightly better than some ABBA cds, the exceptions being "Super Trouper," "The Album," and "Voulez-Vous," of course- all perfect. Buy this cd and enjoy!
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HASH(0x94297528) étoiles sur 5 Everett True does not know what he is talking about! 5 septembre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First, let me dispel what the editorial reviewer of this CD has stated in the review. Frida (also known as Anni-Frid Lyngstad) was no more a backup singer for ABBA than Agnetha Fältskog, the other female singer in ABBA. The truth is that each of these women shared lead vocal duties. Furthermore, Frida not Agnetha sang lead on more of the group's hit singles. Both of these women had soprano ranges - Agnetha having a higher register with a beautiful sugary sweet sound while Frida had a lower mezzo-soprano or alto register giving her a very rich, velvety sound. In short, Frida and Agnetha were equally capable vocalists. Now for the review of this album: this was Frida's solo project during the final days of ABBA. The Phil Collins-produced album is an interesting and liberating departure from her work with ABBA. It leaves behind the saccharine pop sound for more edgy guitar-based music. Collins acquits himself nicely on the drums, while Frida herself is enabled to show her full, emotion-filled range that oftentimes got hidden beneath the layers of sound that was present in much of ABBA's music. Is the CD dated? Yes, a little, but most pop albums out of the 80s do sound dated, but maybe not for long if this new wave of new wave/electronica completely submerges itself in pop music again. It is unfortunate that the editorial review of this CD is so dismissive and inaccurate. To the persons responsible for the editorial review: get your facts straight.
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