It was originally featured on the group's fifth studio album The Albumand was released as a single on 6 Novemberto promote the Epic Records compilation album of the same name similar compilations were released in other countries.
The song " Our Last Summer ", which was originally featured on Go Tell It On The Mountain - Bobby Darin - The 25th Day Of December With Bobby Darin group's seventh studio album Super Trouperwas the B-side. The song was simultaneously released in Ireland as Epic were the licensees for both UK and Irelandand later released in France by Disques Voguewith the same B-side but different artwork, and the Netherlands by Polydor Recordswith "Medley" as the B-side and again, different artwork.
It was released as an A-side single in South Africa where it peaked at number 2 in August and became the eighteenth best-selling single of that year. The Doris Day version was first released on a box set of the same name on 31 October It was the opening track in the four-song musical, which also included "I Wonder Departure ", "I'm a Marionette" and "Get on the Carousel". The B-side was the Spanish-language version of " Gimme!
It was the group's seventh best-selling Spanish single, and also peaked at number 4 in Argentina. The song is included in the final scenes as the hapless journalist finally gets to broadcast his ABBA radio special, including an interview, on Australian radio.
The song is Turn Your Radio On - Various - Thank You For The Music by footage of a studio recording sessiona live stage performance and a mimed studio performance by the four members of the group. The song also plays over the closing titles as the camera pans out from the band performing in a hut on an island in the Stockholm archipelago to views of the archipelago itself. It was not released as a single in the United Kingdom and Ireland until latepeaking at number 33 and number 17 respectively, despite being released in both a poster sleeve and a picture disc in addition to the regular version.
The low chart placings could be Embracing Darkness - W.E.B. - Dont Wake Futility to ABBA's declining popularity since their last Top 10 hit in The title itself is often also taken to signal the end of ABBA, leading it to be considered a farewell song. In the Netherlands, the song peaked at number 38, but in France it could only manage number I realized that, as usual, Benny and Bjorn had done the definitive arrangement and all I'd be doing was copying it; something I just don't do, of course.
It's an outtake, never completed and in storage with the rest of the stuff in Pennsylvania. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the song. For other uses, see All Jacks - Oktober vs. Madvillain - Madvandal You for the Music disambiguation.
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