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Monday 6 July 2009 3.09pm
and there was boroughmark and me at madonna instead! we missed a good one. any news on the mid-sept hyde park gig? cant find tickets or info anywhere...
Monday 6 July 2009 8.30pm
Here is the link
I thought it was part of the proms,
But its after.

That riff from Gimme Gimme Gimme Madonna used is based on the Swedish folk they were playing on Saturday

I couldent record the whole consert, but here is the begining

I recoded I do I do I do as well but haven't uploaded it.

first time I've put anything on you tube oddly
Wednesday 8 July 2009 6.48pm
we have tickets!!!! this is truly exciting! mamma mia, here we go again...!!
Thursday 9 July 2009 6.20am
Dammit wont be in London in Sept..Thanks for the clip Micky
Saturday 8 August 2009 10.44pm
There is also special screenings of CHESS IN CONCERT at the Odeon Shaftsbury avenue , and the Empire, Though probably not Empire one so it would be best to see at the Odeon Shaftsbury avenue.
Saturday 19 September 2009 9.29am
I was out of London for the concert in Hyde park but listened to it on the bbc I player
And it was totally sensational,

I did see Tim Rice at one of the screenings of chess at the Odeon Covent garden.
Monday 25 January 2010 3.21pm
ABBA world opens at Earls court on Wednesday, Its soooooooooo exiting. I'm going on Wednesday to see the exhibition and on Tuesday to see Freda arriving for the opening.
Wednesday 27 January 2010 12.20pm
It may be a trick of the memory, (after all it was almost 36 years ago,) but I seem to remember that the U.K. jury gave 'Waterloo' zero points in the Eurovision Song Contest back in 1974. I wonder if they've had a good night's sleep since. I've also read somewhere that although 'Waterloo' reached the number one spot here and in most of the rest of Europe, it didn't get to number one in Sweden.
Sorry to be pedantic, but Naoplean didn't actually surrender at Waterloo as the song says. He surrendered at Rochefort on the French coast some four weeks later. Having said that, I would swap what little knowledge I have of history for one millionth of ABBA's musical talent!
Wednesday 27 January 2010 10.52pm
I visited Abba world today I thought it was most highly excellent and absolutely superb from beginning to end, when I saw the Eurovision medallion I felt like kneeling and praying in front of such a hallowed artefact,there were set ups of the recording studios laden with authentic personal possessions and original musical instruments. As well as incredible holograms.
All in all a top notch attraction.

On Tuesday I took this video of Freda and Björn
arriving at the opening.
Friday 5 February 2010 4.40pm
Brilliant stuff! I'm not ashamed of the fact that I like to dabble in a touch of the Abbas...just wish I could do the backwards b in my post, that would be cool!
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