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Frida's 70th birthday reissue of Something's Going On.

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That's just scary this Frida is 70 years old stuff.  Anyway according to Richard Simcock at ABBATalk, it has been confirmed by the ABBA -The Museum shop that there will be a CD/DVD/vinyl single  edition of Frida's Something Going On album. Frida is writing the liner notes.  The set  is very expensive costing between 50 to 60 Euros/Dollars. It's a limited edition with only 2000 copies issued.  (They would probably sell less than that if it was a normal edition). Apparently, you need to preorder now to have any hope of parting with your 57 Euros.




Frida-Something's Going On (Limited Edition) Polar , Swedish CD/DVD/vinyl edition October 23, 2015
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1. Tell Me It's Over
2. I See Red
3. I Got Something
4. Strangers
5. To Turn The Stone
6. I Know There's Something Going On
7. Threnody
8. Baby Don't You Cry No More
9. The Way You Do
10. You Know What I Mean
11. Here We'll Stay
12. I Know There's Something Going On (Single Edit)
13. Here we'll stay (sol…

Post from Felpin's Pond-Rock Paper Scissors and Dagmar

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(Every once in a while I post Non-ABBA stuff from my other blog-New Felpin's Pond.)  

This is the vocal group,  Rock Paper Scissors performing Belleville Rendez-vous back in 2007 or 2008.  RPS was a excellent vocal harmony trio from Fairfield, Iowa. This French song originates from the animated  film-Triplets of Belleville.  The lead singer on this track is Darla Murphy.  Gemma Cohen is on the right. Miranda Mallard on left. The group is now reincarnated as an act called Dagmar with just Miranda and Darla.  RPS emerged in 2007, and performed on and off after that. Darla moved to France to go to  art school in France  and sadly is no longer singing with the other two. 



Rock Paper Scissors performing in front of the  Delphic Sibyl  at Cafe Paradisio in Iowa. I love the colors.


Miranda Mallard singing the lead on this 2015 track, "Tumbleweed" with the group Dagmar. The ladies  have moved on from performing mostly covers, to performing mostly originals.