36 Burst results for "Abba"

Fresh update on "abba" discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:12 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "abba" discussed on The Tech Guy

"If you're traveling in the Caribbean or to Florida, this is a good time to download it. It's free. Also, I think travel across the country is going to be messed up next week, early next week when this hits because Florida is a mega hub for so many airlines, because of COVID, they are all flying to Florida because they didn't have any restrictions. And so now they're overloaded. There's a delay there. Your flight from LA to San Francisco could be delayed or canceled if that plane was originating there. So keep that in mind, always look right now, it's looking good out there. I think only 60 flights, 62 flights have been canceled so far today within the United States. Which is great. In 1700 planes delayed, which is still really good compared to other days where it could be massive. And I was shocked at how many people are going through TSA checkpoints still was 2.4 million people yesterday. I did not think we're going to hit 2 million over September, except after before Labor Day. So it's amazing how many people are out there right now traveling. It's not slowing down. Yeah, well, although does it normally slow down this time of year? Kids are back in school. These numbers right now, 2.4 is what they were doing in July. Wow. So wow. People are just so happy. I mean, we went to a concert last night. People were thrilled. I did too, by the way. Did you see? I went to the Hollywood Bowl. It was like a cover band from Sweden. Place was packed 17,000 people. Holy moly for a couple of cruises. That gives you an idea of how happy people are to get back there. Packing the Hollywood Bowl for an ABBA cover band. Exactly. My buddy's like, I thought it was ABBA, play. Actually, I thought too. You sure it wasn't the ABBA's now got this kind of synthesized ABBA that they are traveling with. Maybe it was their original the original bass player was in this band. All right. Well, at least the west like this sounds nothing like Abbott. My wife is a big ABBA fan, so that's why I was there. There are a lot of cover bands around the area. I don't know about you. We're going to go see, for instance, the illegals. Next Saturday. The eagles cover band. Got it. There's ACD she, which is an all girl AC/DC cover band. There's a lot of cover and they all have kind of clever names. What would you call it ABBA cover band? My son has a hat, a, B, CD, with what it looks like. Exactly. Yeah, you would do B, AAB. It reminds me there's a Tom Petty cover band called petty theft. Aptly named. That's funny. Yeah, I was shocked how many people. By the way, have you ever been to the Hollywood Bowl?

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Steve Bannon: 'They're Gonna Have to Kill Me to Stop Me'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Steve Bannon: 'They're Gonna Have to Kill Me to Stop Me'

"Is clear. This is all part and parcel of criminalizing conservatives in the speech in Philadelphia is the nadir or the crossing of the Yoruba con in that criminalization. But the idea that Steve Bannon, who's if there was one issue outside of the navy, perhaps if there's one issue that was closest to your heart in the last 6 years, it was building the wall that somehow you would build Americans out of money to build the wall. We've never had a donut. What we did in LPs. People want to see what we did their videos up and watch the movie saraka. Sicario. Sicario. Sicario is a story seen with Emily bloom. It's a story of El Paso, Texas, and Juarez. That's when we built the first wall straight up that multi cartels trafficked all the people. Look, I am so proud of the work we did and we're building one. Quite frankly, the ironies today is that mayor Adams has a team at the border today to find out what the causes are because he's made New York a sanctuary city. We literally have thousands of these unauthorized aliens coming into the country by 4.9 million. He's taken them when Abbas are busting up there, but now they're all going to New York. He's putting up in hotels in New York, social services are going to collapse. So Adam was actually sent a delegation to the, to the board of the day. He should have gone to the wall, or he should have, as you remember, Seth, we took it all over the country, saying every weekend of the phrase, every town's a boulder town, every space of border state, we went to Detroit. We went to Cincinnati. We went to Arizona. We started telling people we did conferences at the wall of the town of what were we telling them that this situation unless we finish the wall is going to get out of control and in 2022, it's so out of control that even Eric Adams on the day I get hold into a court is Senate delegation down there to find out what's going on. Look, I'm never going to stop. They're going to have to kill me to stop me, okay?

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Kathie Lee Gifford: When We're Fearful, That Means We Don't Trust God

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Kathie Lee Gifford: When We're Fearful, That Means We Don't Trust God

"I don't want to bring us down because this is such a, first of all, it's a joy for me to catch up with you. You're one of my favorite people in the world as you know. And I am thrilled about the way and we need prayer because Kathie Lee, it feels like we're all at each other's throats. There's so much tension. There's so much anxiety worry. But there's an answer. But there's an answer to the fear. There's an answer. There's an answer and the answer is right behind right in front of us. Right, right there. And it's so simple we stumble on it. There are more admonitions in the Bible about fear than any other thing. Fear not, don't be afraid. Don't be discouraged, you know, because you know why because God loves our faith in him. And when we don't, when we fear something, it means we're not trusting him. And God inhabits the praises of his people, and he despises, he hates his children to fear because that means they're not trusting in their ABBA father that he's going to supply all of their needs according to his glorious Richards in his son Jesus. And that's why it says, not because God is trying to put us down. He knows he made us. He knows we're going to be afraid. But he's saying stay close to the shepherd. Cling to your shepherd during everything and especially now.

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Biden says "ground is not ripe" for peace during remarks in West Bank

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Biden says "ground is not ripe" for peace during remarks in West Bank

"President Biden says he still backs an independent Palestinian state but now is not the time to resume long stalled peace talks with Israel Two states for two people But standing with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the occupied West Bank the president said the ground is not ripe for restarting talks Still We can not wait for peace agreement to be reached for every issue to be resolved to deliver on the needs of the Palestinian people that exist today as I speak He's announced more than $300 million in financial aid The Palestinians though were looking to the U.S. to push his reel into resuming negotiations and through an interpreter a boss said after decades of Israel acting like it's above the law Not

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Queen Elizabeth makes surprise appearance to close out jubilee celebrations

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Queen Elizabeth makes surprise appearance to close out jubilee celebrations

"The London crowd delights as Queen Elizabeth II appears on the balcony at the end of her platinum jubilee In a crowning moment for the celebrations the queen on Sunday appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony to thrilling fans who'd hoped to catch a glimpse of her during the final day of festivities marking them on 70 years on the throne the queen dressed in bright red waved and smiled as the crowd belted out God save the Queen Her appearance was only lasted a few minutes was followed by a crowd pleasing performance of ABBA's dancing Queen The

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Stars and royalty watch ABBA's return in digital stage show

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Stars and royalty watch ABBA's return in digital stage show

"The four members of ABBA reunited for the public opening of their innovative digital concert in London on Friday I'm Archie Tsar a letter with the latest A ten piece live band performed with ABBA avatars for a 90 minute set and a special arena near London's Olympic park ABBA's Bjorn obey us an annual stead said even they were impressed with the concert I never knew I had such an amazing moves Yes even better now The ABBA voyage show will play in London until next May with a world tour plant after that

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Martin, Kansas hold off Creighton 79-72 for another Sweet 16

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Martin, Kansas hold off Creighton 79-72 for another Sweet 16

"Top seeded Baylor erased a twenty five point deficit in the second half to force overtime before North Carolina regrouped beating the bears ninety three eighty six in the second round R. J. Davis poured in a career high thirty points in the overtime I knew what was at stake and we all want to win we want to get to the next round so numb at that point I was in the tire Brady Manek added a season high twenty six before being ejected for a flagrant foul Baylor's comeback started minutes after manic drained a three pointer to give the tar heels a sixty seven forty to lead top seed Kansas also struggled in fort worth but Remy Martin's twenty points carry the J. hawks to a seventy nine seventy two win over Creighton okay Abbas he furnished thirteen of his fifteen points in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie

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"abba" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

06:04 min | 8 months ago

"abba" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Kind of answers you just give it because it's the same questions, let's say. So this is at that but at the same time, of course, it's so hard and so painful. When I go back, it's not just like at the end of a job that's you just shut up your laptop and you go home and you sleep and you watch a movie. No. Stay with me. For example, one of the other stories I had done before I came here, it was for a book about non state actors and it's checking for us example of that. So we interview the women's section in rojava. And one of these women who've been awarded as a feminist all over Middle East. This woman saw she's from commercially. Since, you know, like a year she is a feminist doing this and she showed us her body because it was just less than a month when I slipper sales tried to kidnap her from a machine from the city that I am living in, you know? And when such an elderly woman showing the scars on her body or your imagine like as she could be killed, you can't just forget about this, you know? It could be you, not only that. It's like I'm a coach as I could. I am a female she is a female. It's much deeper than to just write about it. And that's no, it's something so deep, it's stay with you. So for me, of course, I told you I've been for a while disconnected to do even fixing or journalism. It was one of the main reasons that. I worked with the UNHCR because I thought I can't anymore due to journalism. Because I started with the war and I just do the worst war stories, you know? But in a new HDR, it was, again, IDPs and refugees and their stories, it was again hard. So I quit from the UN because I find myself again with the same context in a way. And what helped me, it was like a little bit to take some time off. And also to get the psychological Sessions, I get a psychiatrist and I done online session. I think yeah, this is why even the quantity of my work is reducing because of its reflecting to on this, you know, like it's linked to the psychological hardships to even if I am in communication sometimes I just have a lot of stories to do. I have a list that's with the I don't know kind of tens of stories that I still planning to do. But I don't have energy for that, even now I have the equipment. I have the camera. I have the things and they have guilt to not do it, you know? But I think this psychological hardships and accumulation. I am paying the cost of that because I didn't deal with that. I didn't have time for that. I didn't have anything to do with that. And this is why it's hard to just pick up the camera and go and do the story. You know, like it became harder now. Do you think when your residency gets sorted out and you can go back that you'll be ready to embrace it again? I mean, particularly with the risks because weren't you also didn't you also face threats before you left from multiple sides? I mean, there is a lot of nationalist Turkish nationalists or jihadists around. So I always avoid to mention a lot of information on the social platforms. And this is why I am not active on the social platforms as a way of protecting myself. And the aspect of where I am or what I am doing or I don't make a lot of noise about it. I just try as much as I can to be low profile. I am even recently was avoiding to stay with my parents because I felt if anything happened, I don't want to harden them. So I stayed in constantly. Also recently turkey are using drones assassinating people in Kobani and in different cities in commercially in different cities by identifying specific target civilian or military and you know like there is no way you can skip this because it's a drone and it's a Marcel. So it's like this is a little bit I feel like it's another level of way to be killed. So it's scary, but at the same time, when you think that all your friends relatives are on the ground, you know that you are not better than them. So you have to just go and continue this. You know, and accept it as a destiny. I've been part of this and they have to continue because even I am now in Europe. It's not relaxing. It's not like you can disconnect from what's happening there. It's not like you can't just leave your life as nothing happened. You can be normal person after that. I don't think anyone can do that. And neither me. So for me it's so important to continue this. For example, when so start Derek, she for March or before in her interview, the correspondent ask it here after the war, what you are going to do and she said, I want to be a journalist. For me, I am continuing the past and the dream of those people. It's not about me. It's about the community. It's about a project there. It's about the hope. It's about a lot of other things. You know, beyond my personality and just one individual out of millions, you know? That's it for this week's show. I am your co host Evan ratliff, I want to thank habat for coming on the show really incredible conversation and I really appreciate it. I also would like to thank our editor this week, which is Jackie suico, our intern is Noel matir, my co hosts, our max linsky and Aaron lammer, and we are brought to you in partnership with vox we really appreciate them. We appreciate you, the listeners, and we will be back next week..

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"abba" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:10 min | 8 months ago

"abba" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And of course, I was already in the front lines and I was like, it's been like a month since I was there. So I knew everyone and it was kind of little easy for me. I was already doing this. By myself. So if I have extra people, it's not only that. At this time, we have a car. We have a paid driver and a car while in my case and my friend case, we were always hatching on the checkpoint and going to The Rock of frontlines with the logistic cars with the ambulance car with whatever it's in your mind. We always, you know, and we find more stories in this way. So this time it was a lecture to be in a card with the crew. You know, like it was great. So I went with them to the front lines and of course I told them everyone covered in this area, let's do another way. So we went to the south front lines of Raqqa while there was a senior ISIS train or whatever I'm here to use it to be in that neighborhood, mansura in rocka city. So when we arrive at their it was everything still there, you know, like the signs and everything that the woman with the pork or the ISIS flag and everything. So it was a very great footage in that moment. When they published it in the TV the TV station they sent online an air me as a producer with them. And all the journalists who were covering Al mussel in Iraq, they were watching that. So they started to say, who is this robot because the TV writes the name, you know? Thanks to robot and then they write it down and I started to receive like countless number everyone say we will come to rocka from Mosul and we want to work with you, you know? Because they know that it's someone local who have to be there and understand the story. So I get money, then I worked with another team, I get enough money, then I go and I bought a camera and I started to continue shooting our documentary and refusing the assignments with the foreigners. But in bar goals, for example, I came back because some friends were literally big into me, like, please. We were not come if it's not you. Then I was like, okay. Me also, do you know it's kind of addiction? The front lines, you can't stop it. You can't resist a little bit like smoking somehow then you are end up say like yes when you are there, then you can not stop it again. So this is how I've been in this involving every time. And of course, I have a close friends, those groups that we work together most of them have been close friends. So when they came, it's like automatically, yes, you know? Have you ever wondered whether New York City bagels are really better because of the water? Or why the mafia got its start in Sicily's lemon groves? Or if those CBD infused seltzers actually do what they promise. Gastropod is a podcast exploring food through the lens of science.

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Long-haul carrier Emirates resumes Boeing 777 flights to US

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Long-haul carrier Emirates resumes Boeing 777 flights to US

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Executive Director Josh Abbotoy Tells Us About American Reformer

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 9 months ago

Executive Director Josh Abbotoy Tells Us About American Reformer

"Folks. I'm talking to Josh ABBA toy. He is the executive director I neglected to mention earlier of American reformer American reformer dot org. Tell us Josh, what is American reformer? Thanks, Eric. American reformer is a journal for Protestant civic and cultural engagement. We launched this Nate Fisher and Aaron wren are the two individuals that launched this over the summer. I joined about two months ago. I was so compelled by the vision. The idea is that Protestant Christians need their own platform for strong emerging voices who take a rigorous approach to the important cultural issues of the day. So you probably are aware of some great magazines that already do this with a broader platform like first things publications like that. We love those publications, but we also sat down and said, okay, we also need to be intentionally cultivating the next generation of thought leaders from the Protestant circles, right? We love our Catholic brethren. But in some ways, the discussion is sometimes more advanced among Catholics. And we want to be encouraging protestants to be engaging on these issues at a very thoughtful level. So that's what we're doing. But it's all with an action orientation. So we want to be writing for people who are in positions to make changes. So pastors, seminary students, seminary professors, lay leaders and people of influence in their local churches. That's really our core

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"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

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"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"It's not dancing Queen anymore. It's dancing and apostrophe queen. There's nothing anyone can stop. I mean like Mamma Mia! or the Mamma Mia! movies and the musical, that is rose wave the movie, right? That is the anti Super Bowl. It's nothing. When I saw that in the theater, it was queers. It was women. It was so empowering. It's just a lot of very silly fun. So that is their enduring legacy. Is just this smile you get on your face whenever you hear any song even really sad slow ones. Exactly. I would say a big part of it for me personally and the other people my age that I know love ABBA as much as I do is Mamma Mia!. It was such a moment when the second movie came out, Mamma Mia! here we go again. It was the sequel. We were all waiting for with bated breath. I thought there was no way that they could make a better movie than the first one. I was wrong. Oh my God. It's the same amount of camp, I would say as the first one with just a much larger budget and as much as it did fill my heart with so much warmth, all of the moments that the songs wanted you to like really feel something deeply emotional, that I did. Something about the music is that it's all so deeply emotional and so invoking of joy or laughter or just complete utter sadness or so the final scene of Mamma Mia! here we go again is a baptism of both Sophie and Donna and their respective children, getting baptized and they're in the same church. They're singing, I'll be waiting for you. And I saw that movie with my mom in theaters the day that it came out. And we sobbed for 20 minutes after the movie. And there's no way that scene would have been as nearly emotional without that specific ABBA song and I would put their whole lives into that. Let me tell you, I just, I lived for it. Those movies just do the music so much justice. And I appreciate that so much. I would also say another really big part of it is that ABBA is kind of currently aware of their audience and they're really meeting people where they're at. When people on TikTok started making remixes of Abe's songs or started singing ABBA songs like ABBA is so responsive on that platform specifically, and they kind of knew even before they joined the platform that they had an audience on there, and they really were able to capitalize on that. I think they have a few million TikTok followers now. And I'm willing to bet it's mostly people my age or younger. Yeah, it's probably not people my age. Yeah, I mean, when you talk about ABBA's musical legacy, this is gonna rankle any of the raucous that Glenn was talking about earlier. The Robert Chris callas of the world. But in a way, ABBA, I feel like is on a continuum that goes back to The Beach Boys. And The Beach Boys were making pop music, but they were making Technicolor pop music. They were making pop music using every part of the mixing board, you know? Just like a million little precise components that are adding up to something that somehow sounds effortless, even though it is literally the farthest possible thing from effortless. That, to me, is the legacy. They are a really a part of the pop music continuum as like something that is the result of incredible hard work and craft. And I think they're very, very important in that way. Now, the peg for us to have this conversation was that ABBA has put out a new album. Voyage is Abby's first album in 40 years as I have already mentioned. What do you guys think of the new album? To be honest, I thought it was fine. I thought a lot of the sounds were really evocative of the music that they released 40 years ago. But to be honest, there weren't as many bangers as I was hoping. That's what I was really counting on. So when they released, don't shut me down. That was immediately like my favorite of the two singles that they released of that and I still have faith in you. It sounds classically ABBA. I just wish there was a little bit more on fit in there, you know? Sure. Yeah, I agree. It is kind of ballad heavy and most of these songs start pretty slow. So we had some folks over at me, were like, let's do it. New ABBA. And song would start and we were all looking at each other like we were going to start popping. And you know, the first song on the album I still have faith in you is has some pretty strong carpenters vibes, which makes sense, I guess, but there is an ode to shared custody on this album called keep an eye on Dan. There is a ballad about the disappearance of the bumblebees called bumblebee, so you know, their concerns have changed. I think it's safe to say. But.

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"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"There are no words. I just love how much there is going on. I love it. I can imagine them dancing through the entire scene as the song goes on. The year that Mamma Mia! here we go again, came out. This was my number one song on my Spotify rap. Like I listen to it every day. Well, it's funny, just like even hearing it, we're having this conversation via Zoom. We are listening to the clip that was played through tinny speakers and yet you can hear what a lavish Technicolor production it is and you can just hear that layering. Every second of that song has 1500 component parts all in perfect unison. Yeah, and when you hear that ABBA isn't really a band that did a lot of live concerts, that checks out. Actually, that this is all these songs could not be reproduced live. It's too tight. Well, Glenn, give me your favorite Amazon..

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"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"If I typify anything, if I think of anything when I think about it, I think of so much tension in the verse that when the chorus comes it's this joyous kind of release, it's how earworms are made. And because of that, this band has put up with a lot of raucous snobbery over the years. We'll talk about that. And all they were doing, Steven, was they were doing humanity a service, because we all know it, someday, the body snatchers are going to come, and they're going to turn us on the pod people, and the only way we'll be able to tell who is still human is by going up to somebody getting right in their face and going, knowing me knowing you if they do not reflexively respond, take them out. Do the enemy. That's how you end with weed killer because they are the only. The notion that you would consider this band, this music, these chords, bubble gum when there is so much melancholy. It's just fascinating to me. I love this band. Wonderful. All right, Sophie, I'm gonna guess that your relationship with ABBA started in a slightly different way hit me. I don't know if it was that different actually. My first introduction to ABBA was, I think I was 12. I was in the 6th grade and I was preparing a New Year's Eve costume with my older cousin and she put on Mamma Mia!. I loved it so much. I was really into the music, but the movie had so many weird parallels with my life. For example, the main character's name is Sophie. She has a dad named Harry and my dad's name is Harry. It takes place on an island in Greece and my dad is also a Greek immigrant, so it just seemed weird to have all of these parallels and also this music that I instantly loved. My parents did play ABBA in the car, but they had a CD booklet that they kept all their CDs in and one of which was a gold. And at the time, I was also really into dance. And I heard lay all your love on me and loved it so much. And decided that this was the song I wanted to do my solo two at 13 and my parents were like, what is wrong with you? Because I just didn't understand what this song was about. I did have to end up changing songs, but that being said, I've always really loved that. But yeah, ever since then, like, ABBA has been a huge band for me. I've always revisited them time and time again, even when I was a little emo kid in high school. I still would sing so loudly in the car to thank you for the music. And it always just was so impactful for me. And Glenn said, it's all about the drama. I loved the dramatics of it, which was I think why it was so attracted to it. Yeah, I mean, I think my experience with ABBA early on was one of skepticism. You know, I was born in 1972. I was raised by folkies. I was raised by people who loved Peter Paul and Mary and Bob Dylan and the weavers. And so like ABBA was not part of the cultural firmament of my life at all. And in fact, I think early on, I probably equated ABBA with the sounds of this group called up with people. This like super cheesy, you just bring out the clean cut young go getters and they would sing the most sanitized pop songs imaginable. And I think for me, like ABBA was just the sound of a bunch of clean cut go getters, singing sanitized pop music. And it wasn't until I became hopefully sophisticated enough as a listener to start to tease out the craft, then the difference between what ABBA was doing and what up with people was doing was and Glenn touched on it, the impeccability, the way the songs are just so fussed over and yet loose at the same time to take a Glen ism. You could bounce a corridor off of any given ABBA song. It's so incredibly airtight. But it took probably the release of Abbott gold in 1992. And during all those ABBA songs, all those bangers next to each other, to really appreciate not only how catchy they are, but just how perfectly paste they are. So I kind of came to my ABBA appreciation late in adulthood and then started to kind of back into it again through Mamma Mia! and Mamma Mia! two here we go again to kind of appreciate just how perfect there are best songs are. Yeah, I mean, I forgive you, Steven, because this music is really, really deceptive. If somebody tells me this stuff has gotten candy, I'm like, you have not listened to these lyrics, which are often quite sad. How many of these songs are about breakups or something worse? And also you haven't listened to these chords. These harmonies, so many of these songs are in a minor key, even a song like dancing Queen, which has a rep, as this euphoric celebration is sung from the perspective of someone in their 20s looking back at how great it was to be 16. That is so sad. So this music isn't bubblegum pink. It's kind of sadder than that. It's ochre, it's raw umber. You know, it's orange. Well, you mentioned dancing Queen. I think this is a perfect opportunity for us to play some clips and talk about our favorite ABBA songs. Sophie, I'm gonna start with you, hit me with your favorite ABBA song. So one of my favorite ABBA songs that I actually discovered through Mamma Mia!. Here we go again, was angel eyes. I watched that scene of Sophie and Tanya and Rosie all dancing together, complaining about the great loves of their life.

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"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"abba" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Joining Glenn me today is Sophie Hernandez Simon Nevis, she's a production assistant for NPR music. Welcome, Sophie. I also excited to be here. It is great to have you. So on November 5th, the world got its first new ABBA studio album since the visitors in 1981. And that 40 year hiatus between albums had long seemed like it was going to be permanent. The group had famously turned down massively lucrative offers for a reunion, and its members long since moved on to other projects and solo careers, but in 2016, ABBA's members agnita felt Bjorn ovas, Benny Anderson and unafraid Frida lingad got together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their creative origins, which led to the band making their long awaited 9th and final album. Of course, the old abbe songs have never gone away, the greatest hits collection Abigail has sold 30 million copies since it came out in 1992. The jukebox musical Mamma Mia! was a hit on Broadway that spawned two feature films, and the group was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in 2010. We're going to get to the new album in a little bit, but first, let's talk ABBA Glenn, you are an enthusiast. How did you come to know and appreciate the band and its music? I mean, my personal experience is that they were kind of the background noise to my childhood. They were every long car trip. Not because my parents owned any of their albums, they didn't, but they listened to the easy listening station. Philadelphia's WW SH stereo one O 6 all day all night all nice. Literally the call letters are a calming sound. Absolutely. And they were on such heavy rotation that I considered them like everything my parents liked to kind of square and kitschy and nice. And then one day I was 8 or 9, I was taking a nap. I was hovering in between waking and sleep and.

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Chris Rodriguez Jr. Named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Chris Rodriguez Jr. Named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week

"If you saw the game on saturday night between missouri and kentucky. You saw a lot of chris broderick against junior monster game. The co offensive player of the week in the sec and he joins us now from lexington. First of all chris congratulations. I know you're team. You wanna move ahead but man what a what a performance it was fun it a good one. Let's let's go back in and that was a huge game. Everyone knew how important it was for the cats to beat missouri Take us through the week of preparation. We head coach on thursday night. And it i'd say you guys were ready to play that that would be the understatement of the year sir so throughout the we just knew that we had abba chip on our shoulders because last year you know we felt we were prepared but our energy just wasn't there so we felt like we all wanna coaches told us like. Are you going to let them out play you. Are you going to let them out. Execute you and we knew we couldn't let that happen again so we went in with the mindset that we had to go in this game of wanna ask you about that because fans like like the folks that i talked to her every day we get. We get hung up on what happened last year and and and wonder often whether it carries over but coach stage said the exact same thing i mean. How do you eighty psychological here transfer. How do you transfer that bad feeling into you does it. Does it affect the way you practice. Prepare because you're you're supposed to be dealing with the techniques of it. I mean motion is part of football. But i'm really curious how that affects you as a player so one We had a video from last year where they showed beauvoir sidelines. I think kelvin. Joseph have made a good tap on the sideline and then they were getting Hype and they showed are sidelined. Dolphins was obvious on the bench or whatever and we were just sitting. There are cheering or nothing. You know he showed us that video in it. Obviously practice a lot harder throughout the week.

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Why Mike Lindell Broke Ties With Fox News

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Why Mike Lindell Broke Ties With Fox News

"My friend I just wanna hear more about what you've been doing. Tell me if you would. What in the world happened between you and fox news is the strained. When i heard this i said i the world must be ending. What is happening. Well it's in a what if Fox's shame on fox. It's shame on fox they are. They are disgusting. What they've done to our country. And what i mean by that is no news. It's not just machines. They don't they. Cra goes all the way to last summer when they win. Talk about therapeutics. That worked Anything that worked. That could have stayed lives little over a year ago. They wouldn't talk about anything one. Give us the news. They wouldn't give you know be journalists. I set up before eric. They couldn't even. They couldn't be a weather channel now. Because i'd be afraid. They win reported oncoming storm. That's how fox is they're disgusting and what they did to me is before the symposium one of their biggest abba tribes stuck by him whenever one of the host at night. Tucker whoever or lower sean say something and they go boycott mike lindell and the buffs and trolls. They say. don't boycott him. He'll w we see enough of that guy. I've always stuck with them. I've stuck with cnn and msnbc ever ties on every channel. I've kept my pillow separate. But here's what foxton. Before the symposium iran directing people to frank speech for my cyber symposium now they censored it and did not run the ad. They said they would not run the at every other one in the country. Abc cbs cnn embassy. They all proved it. Every one of them approved it including newsmax annoy. And of course. But here's what happened during the first day of the symposium joe minion sues only in and newsmax for running that ad. They didn't sue. Abc cbs cnn. Or any of them. Then that convenient sir now get this. So what i do. Then i was so upset. I said i'm a man of moral principles. And i said you know what if you can't. You're going to be part of this cancel culture fox and part of losing our country. I'm taking my ads on my pillow off. You and i

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The Latest: Tiafoe Beats No. 5-Seed Rublev in Late Open

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Tiafoe Beats No. 5-Seed Rublev in Late Open

"Women's defending champion Naomi Osaka has been upset in the U. S. open third round by the Canadian Layla Fernandez the eighteen year old winning five seven seven six six four after an increasingly frustrated Osaka blew a chance to say that the match in straight sets Osaka says she might now take an indefinite break from tennis American hud Frances tiafoe guardian on the upset action as well knocking out the fifth seeded Russian Andrei Rublev six one in the fifth set third St Stefano sits Abbas also fell on a day of absence losing a roller coaster FISA to the Spanish teenager colors all colors on Graham I goes

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ABBA Reunites After Nearly 40 Years to Announce New Album, Digital Concert

NPR News Now

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

ABBA Reunites After Nearly 40 Years to Announce New Album, Digital Concert

"Swedish pop band album has recorded their first new album in for decades as jeff london reports from new york allah will also perform digitally in a newly built london. Concert venue next may ever. Since aga captured the eurovision song contest with waterloo and nineteen. Seventy four there tuneful pop songs and fill the airwaves but at the height of their success in nineteen eighty two. The band broke up this november. The quartet will be releasing a new studio album voyage then in may twenty twenty two giving virtual concerts in london's three thousand seat ab- arena. A ten piece band will play live. While the four members of the group who spent months creating motion capture performances with george lucas's industrial light and magic will be projected the stage for npr news. I'm jeff london in new

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ABBA Back After 40 Years With New Album, Virtual Stage Show

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

ABBA Back After 40 Years With New Album, Virtual Stage Show

"The music group abba is putting out its first new music in four decades and launching a concert performance featuring their avatars I'm marquees are loaded with the latest one of us was the big single off apple's last album the visitors and they finally recorded a follow up the band will release an album called voyage on November fifth they say in a statement that they took a break in the spring of nineteen eighty two and now they've decided it's time to end it apple also been working with George Lucas's industrial light and magic company to create digital versions of themselves those avatars will perform a series of concerts in London starting may twenty seventh

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"abba" Discussed on Faith Over Fear

Faith Over Fear

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"abba" Discussed on Faith Over Fear

"I feel like that needs the emphasis right. In which is what he did through. Jesus bridging that gap. He did park the heavens and he did come down to be right beside so massively big powerful god and yet right beside us in. How incredible is that. I mean you're when jesus was speaking to people who throughout the old testament up. Until jesus showed up god was was there but he was kind of apart from them to the point that they would not even say the name your way and here comes jesus and he had to completely shock. Everyone like we have no frame of reference for this because we've always heard him referred to his father and ombu if we've been in the bible at all But he had to be completely shocking to hear him. Call god almighty whose name is unspeakable the equivalent of daddy. So i can't imagine how they must have kind of stepped back and thought who is this. What is this and but by inviting by using that name he invited us to say father and daddy and to enter into this deep intimate relationship with god that he had right and so to kind of unpack. That a little for those of you haven't heard like a discussion. As far as abba abba is a common arabic term so it expresses affection confidence and trust. So it's it it it. It reveals a close relationship between a child and father. You'll notice in scripture when abbas used. It's always connected with father abba father and so it's just this idea that intimate connection that we have now available through jesus christ in romans. Eight fifteen were told that we are adopted as children of god we become children of god through faith. And so we're no longer god's enemies and we now can approach him with the boldness and with the unhindered freedom that you see like a little girl running up to her daddy and we're co heirs with christ. I love what tim keller says regarding this. He said quote unless we are profoundly certain. God is our father. We will never be able to say. Die will be done. And if we cannot say thy will be done from the bottom of our hearts we will never know any peace. Because there's this true peace in knowing that we are fully and truly and holy love by god no matter no matter what and so i. I love that quote. I love that you said that. But i wonder how often we take god's love for granted because i think about you know i said to my dad. You know knew. My dad loved me. He loved me unconditionally. He wasn't going anywhere he was like one of the few people in my life. I felt like i could say that about But i still look him and said yeah. I want somebody to love me because they want to say to which was a little bit of an ironic statement for me. The in second corinthians six eighteen. God says i will be a father to you and you will be my sons and daughters says the lord almighty but how often do we go running looking for other loves looking for.

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"abba" Discussed on Faith Over Fear

Faith Over Fear

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"abba" Discussed on Faith Over Fear

"Jennifer scotteri. And i'm jody bailey and we're hurting or facing a difficult or frightening challenge. We can feel pretty vulnerable isolated and maybe even abandoned. And i don't know about you but for me. Everything feels so much harder. When i feel like i'm facing something alone or maybe the phrase it a bit differently. My confidence and assurance grows exponentially. When i know someone is standing beside me and the stronger and more reliable more immovable. The person is the greater. My courage and peace and no one is stronger. No is more certain more powerful more present and attentive than god. My abba father. Now i recognize some of you might struggle to relate to god his father especially if your earthly dad hasn't been all that kind and loving but he's everything good that's missing and all those dads that let their kids down and he's everything good displayed by the most honorable and attentive human fathers. Jody i know you have a really special relationship with your dad. So i assume you don't really have much difficulty connecting with god on a parent child level. I was really blessed and somebody pointed that out to me once that my relationship with him probably helped me to see god as father as abba a little better. But you know if you've been listening to while you know that my my mother left. When i was a kid and so i was kind of left with it was my dad. He raised us. He worked two sometimes three jobs to take care of us but he was always there. And as i grew older i grew closer to my dad and i was that quintessential i was blessed to be that quintessential daddy's little girl. I could trust him. He was just kind of always there. He didn't judge me. He didn't walk away from me. If i needed something he was there. He was providing for us. In the more. I talk about it and the more i think about it. The more i realized just how that did shape my view of god and i can remember this one time. I was that kid who had this. This fear abandonment of not being loved of not being enough of of of just not being worthwhile and so and it came a lot of things and so one night. i can remember so clearly. I don't remember what happened to precipitate it. But i remember walking through the diene out the front door and it was probably eleven thirty at night into the dart around the front of our house and standing on the front porch. Just in this sense of dislike. I have to get away on in this despair and my dad coming out and leaning up against the wall beside me and saying what are we waiting for and i said nothing and he goes oh we can go inside then because it's here and it was just kinda that funny levity that i needed in that moment but i remember in part of that conversation saying to him you know. Nobody loves me and him saying well i love you and my response to him being well you know. I want somebody to love me because they want to not because they have to. I kind of took for granted. The dad that i had. In in the sacrificial love that as i grew older. I realized that he had for me But every rough period i went through he was there a in through all and i realized that the security found in my dad is available through god. we can we can find these insufficient securities and people. We can rely on people but no matter how good they aren't how much they love us. They won't always be there the way. God wheel in our issue of podcasts. I talked about moving to michigan. And god kind of pulling me away from my family and closer to my husband and closer to god himself. And that's when i learned that real true security is found in abu father in heaven who is always there you know throughout scripture. God's people knew him as father but more on a national rather than a personal level at least in the old testament so they knew him as the father of the jewish nation but to view him as their personal dad that would have seemed much too familiar to intimate to them. But then jesus came and he presented a dramatic mindshift through his death and his resurrection. He bridged the gap between us and god allowing us to approach god. The father with boldness in times of great need and we see this as he neared his death. We see all those closest to him. They either abandoned him or they betrayed him but his father remained in. I i love john. Sixteen twenty three. Where he said he was speaking to his disciples. A time is coming and in fact his come when you will be scattered each to your own home. You will leave me all alone yet. I am not alone for my father is with me. And it was to his father that he turned when he was in anguish. In the garden of disseminate so this right before his death and in mark fourteenth he was so overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death he fell to the ground and he prayed that the hour speaking of his death might pass from him saying in verse. Thirty six abba father. Everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me yet. Not what i will but what you will when everyone else failed him when when he was completely abandoned humanly speaking and was overwhelmed to the point of death jesus turned to god his an hour. Appa father and you know it makes me think of a time that that jesus crying out to god and it makes me think of a time when i was we were really going through something in my family and it just felt like i was getting kicked in the teeth every two seconds and i cried out to god with this rescue me. Save me helped me. And i wound up finding stumbling onto one. That's eighteen sorry. And i call it now. Call it the not my baby song because you know we get we defend if we're apparently defend our kids and we say you know. Don't mess with my baby. But it just reminds me of how god is our rescue our defender and how like a parent that protective parent he can be in in In verse six it says in my distress. I called to the lord. I cried to god for help from his temple. He heard my voice. My cry came before him into his ears and he moves immediately. If you continue reading that song in verse seven at talks about the earth trembled and quake in the foundations of the mountains. Shift and how he parted in not. He parted the heavens and came down and in verse sixteen. He reached down from on high to hold of me. He drew me out of deep waters. He rescued me from my powerful enemy. Who were for my foes who were too strong for me. They confronted me in the day of my disaster. But the lord was my support in verse. Nineteen he brought me out into a spacious place. He rescued me because he delighted in me. And there's so much love and protection in that song of and this picture to me of of god just warning to keep us in hold us in and guard us even when things are hard. It doesn't say we don't go through hard things but the he's there in the middle of them and he's taking care of us. Your southern accent just added like the mic. Drop to this. I'm going to repeat. He parted the heaven and came down..

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Amazon Wants To Pay You $10 for Your Palm Print

The Gargle

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Amazon Wants To Pay You $10 for Your Palm Print

"Wants your palm print james colley. You have a palm high five and tell us about this story. Well amazon wants to pay you ten dollars for your pompa and if that doesn't send a chill down your spine general then the very laced you need to value yourself more because without knowing a single thing about what amazon wants to do with you'll palmprints at least let love ourselves enough to push for twenty dollars. It's ever saw the richest man. Just love yourself that extra step for me just to be clear. It is not ten dollars. It is ten dollars in amazon store credit. Because i was out of. That's kind of a good deal like you know mine. Once offered me twenty pounds to have afoot selfie. And i did consider it. I'm like i don't know what he's going to do with that after going to presume. It's for like stamp collecting like that. You know what maybe amazon com fetishes jesse's us has been to space and now he's like. I need more ten dollars amazon store credit. Let us be very very clear. He's not enough to buy back your information. Look if anyone was like hey contact you. Why nature fingerprints. Just trust me like it's true suspicious. I trust them less if they offered me money. If they were just like out of kindness of your heart abbas yeah if someone like hey can have your fingerprints for thing. I'd be like she'll find anything. I'll give you ten dollars. I'd be like absolutely

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The Importance of Nurturing Your Customer Base

iDigress

02:27 min | 1 year ago

The Importance of Nurturing Your Customer Base

"I don't care how beautiful your product is on cast. Sexy messaging is. If you don't have a way to aid one district for people to see it all your effort. It didn't exist the other things not enough people to see they wanna take an action. But once i take the action we have to be able to have a way to nurture them a less. You expect everyone every time to see that product or see a service offering take my money. Take my money. Give me my money that that's not realistic. Think about you as a user. When someone's in clubhouse and i say do you me this to get my course or do this to go to my website to buy this do you do it. That'd be real. do you do it. And the same thing you screw on instagram. You see bombarded with ads conto actions conversations if you are lucky to get someone's attention and then they take an action in. Let's say something in the car they give your email and their information but they don't respond to your next three email. Whatever you have to have a process to nurture them and nurturing isn't just let me sit on my email funnel five emails of why my product is the best thing since last spread. Who am i want. The greatest person sends blah blah blah blah blah and compared to gary v unabridged. Grant cardone whatever your ideology of a person you know comparison in your industry in your field who you look up to you. Get my point. It doesn't matter. You gotta have a process to nurture and i mean nurture not not even to get people to buy once you get the process to nurture after they buy because things get obsolete things change needs and demands grow and so they may need a re up and buy it again by the product or service again you're going to have more offerings. Abbas service provider. You're going to have more products as a product producer so all that needs to be relevant and so the thing about as you think about the end in mind and into mine and says i'm always nurturing from the moment i'm talking to people who've never heard my name. I'm already trying to convince your nurture you of my wi- to establish trust to create. Hey this person. This human whether i buy his product or service or whatever could be the key to unlock something that i need and if they follow me boom i need to nurture them

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Eat These Plant Based Foods for Strong Hair, Skin and Nails

Bowl of Life

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Eat These Plant Based Foods for Strong Hair, Skin and Nails

"Know right now like supplemented with college and is very popular and You know i think gelatin is for like you're now a growth in in all that. So how how. What are some things we can do like. That keeps that plant based friendly. Are there plant based options for that. I know for myself. Infants thinking about a lot lately just seems like just in the last few months every time i wash my hair. I'm like coming like more. More hair is coming off a hands. And i'm like what is what is going on. I i really care so you can really tell but you know i'm like that's not gonna last long if i keep finding here in my drink. Yeah as you mentioned Collagen is a big one and the reason collagen is so big is because e helps out of body absorb and produce more caring and caring is the main component of hair. So if we have a high supply of carotene obviously the result at the end is gonna be Stronger shinier Thicker hair which is are one so yes if you wanna know exactly what to eat for example for care team so you we can have a higher supplies candidate in. Its lagoons qinghua. Mushrooms dark leafy green stem pay arguments. She eats like great kidding in producing foods so we should really It does definitely on a daily basis and if possible over the intake in another amazing component of hair is by a team or or vitamin b. Seven affirmative action my yet. I think i mentioned to you my husband. He really likes. Yeah i'm biting is great for hair skin and nails and you know people take some vitamin b. or by attain supplement. But you can also give from eating bananas cauliflower. Legalzoom's abba cows you know. These foods are very rich in via teen and again it's like we are where we eat. So if we if this is what we are consuming this what we're giving her body advisor will return with strong hair. Beautiful

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How Your Own Experiences Can Inspire Others

You Are The Media

01:58 min | 1 year ago

How Your Own Experiences Can Inspire Others

"If you want to inspire of us looked yourself and ask your getting out the whole process of content creation from my side. I think if every new initiative experimental can learn from sharing why discovers. I'd give a loan when you immersing yourself in something it helps to have a platform from which you can aerate and explain your own trial era. Success and understanding. The reason i do this is to give myself a clear. Review of the present for instance when we started our zoom shows with you the media online in march twenty twenty i believe we could create productions not just weapon us and as the pandemic tightened its grip those who are already creating content found. They just keep going well. When we launched you the media in bristol. we filled pob. And how did that happen because initially when the event was first announced we had to six people book on and we found ourselves having to cancel the event another reason is that as we delivered the first hybrid event in july. I shed how i thought. This format could work for businesses. Would you block or share audio or video. It's not just about attracting clicks shares and engagement and achieving an uptick in awareness and reach. It's also a way of sharing your own learning to check back in with yourself and help abbas benefit from that. It's not about sharing successes around product dates or self congratulatory messages of client or award. Wins thinking through taking a scrapbook approach of frigging figuring things out in plain sight having a place document but also knowing that you're not always going to get it right is important. It doesn't always have to be about who is reading watching listening. But your own goal of creating and charting break. Foods and realizations

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Rep. Rashida Tlaib Calls for Defunding of ICE, CBP, and DHS

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Rashida Tlaib Calls for Defunding of ICE, CBP, and DHS

"Rashida tell he calls to defund Homeland security. And all border and immigration agencies as migrants continue streaming costs the board so she wants to get rid of the cops. She wants to get rid of homeland security. She wants to get rid of the border Patrol. She wants to get rid of ice. She's an enemy. I don't care if she's a citizen. She's an enemy. She doesn't represent. The best interests of the United States. It's not a matter of some disagreements and so forth. She hates the country. She wants it to fail. She wants it to collapse. So this is from the Daily Mail. Rashida Talib called for the de funding of the Department of Homeland Security, and she slammed immigration enforcement for their handling of the border crisis. Let's take a Listen go. The simple answer. Answer to that question is, we must eliminate funding for CPP Ice and their parent organization, DHS. Time after time, we have seen it. As advocates on the ground as human services agency on the ground to continue to see over and over again that these agencies are inept. To humanely guiding migrants through our immigration system and further continue. Instead, they further continue to terrorize migrant communities located within our communities. They constantly refer to us as terrorists. While they defend terrorists, Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood. Islamic Jihad. They defend terrorist regimes. Syria, Iran. Abbas. And the like. And they hate this country.

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"abba" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"abba" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"abba" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"abba" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"abba" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"abba" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"abba" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"abba" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"I. Did Not, listen to Casey Kasem. Was Twenty. I listened to the Super Cool Rick? Dees. Weekly top forty you bet and did not learn until many years later that that was the guy who did does I also as a kid was unimpressed that district was a song by The Walt Disney. Corporation. Yes. One hundred only learned later that it was not and I think even rick, these might have even been sued. By Disney I think maybe because he's clearly just doing Donald Duck I I don't know but I I mean I had to we've probably all did I had those two like Walt Disney records that came out in the mid eighties and I always thought disco duck came from one of those if now and it is it's not it's not it's from America's top forty by Rick Dees. So Dan this is. What you've been waiting for The thing that you kept from me. That you told me to keep from you because you. Said was you don't have to tell me the whole story but yes or no and you. Didn't say anything you literally didn't says they were. Holding I was. I was listening to about half of that. That's what I was like. Don't tell me as I. Find out what what is this story based on? So. Song. Yeah. Bjorn said. Quote. Fernando was about to old freedom fighters from the war between Texas and Mexico. So that's that is the Texas Revolution of eighteen, thirty, five, eighteen, thirty, six. Which I think is where the battle of the Alma was really. Yeah. Yes. Really I do think that So, he says the basement. Takes Place in Base Al-Medina Replacement Rachel. Everybody knows that. So he said, I was lying outside one summer night looking at the stars and it suddenly came to me I had this vivid image in my mind of too old and scarred revolutionaries in Mexico sitting outside at night talking about old memories. So he's not dead is what you're saying. Now direct this. He's not dead, right? Now this is the part where I have to shamefully admit. that apparently a guy in Sweden knows more about American history. Than, I do Well, technically, it's not American history 'cause I think. The result of the war. And anybody who knows the history better than I do feel free to correct me I believe that Texas gained its independence. Well, what I was going to ask was who was rebelling against who Texas against Mexico. But WHO's in Texas those Mexicans in Texas Texas was part of I believe Texas was part of Mexico and became a so Mexico Mexicans were fighting other Mexicans to become an independent place called text. That is correct as somebody who does not know the history very well. We didn't come steep for another. No. Are we saying we're saying that Fernando was a was a was part of the revolutionaries in Texas he was fighting for Texan independence. Right, I would. Imagine. So because he does call them revolutionaries and right they say like we fighting for freedom in this land, right? Right. So it seems like they would be like Texas was independent the rebellious side it was like its own country Bradley but I wasn't sure again if it was like. You know. Americans had invaded Texas and Mexicans fought them off or were Mexicans in Texas. Fighting against other mags against become independent or were the Americans who are in Texas fighting off the Mexicans who controlled Texas and I don't know if there was US. Involvement I mean go right I I feel like again. Some Guy in Sweden knows more about it. But. Okay anyway it doesn't matter. Okay. So so happened in Texas, and so the Rio Grande? Makes Makes Sense. Yeah. It takes place not in what would someday be America But at the time was actually multiple different countries. It was Mexico and then independent Texas it became America, which is why you guys speaking of like really important history, which is why six flags is called six five. So right because it started in Texas and the original park was called six flags over Texas, because you've been six flags that have flown over Texas. Birdieing the American flag, the Independent. Texas. Flag. The American flag. The confederacy flag and other flags that I don't know what they're but got. That flag, they fly on a pirate ship, your and. And a Swedish flag. He knows so much about Texas. Yeah, and a flag. The five, the downside of Dunkin, all that you know you're gonNA, get to. Write. The flag from the book fest Something else that's interesting in nineteen, ninety-two. So ten years after their temporary break Abba released the album aga gold. It's a compilation album of all the greatest hits to date. It has sold thirty, one million copies worldwide and in two thousand and nineteen, and past it's nine hundred week on the UK album charts making it the longest running top one hundred album of all time. Such a great album. So monster hit I. WanNa. I WANNA talk. Yes. I WanNa talk about this. Because now, maybe you guys have a different perspective. But this is this is how I remember. was that I had never heard of Abba, or any ass song. Before. This greatest hits album came out. And it felt like people were like purposely not playing. Her Dot UvA because they were old than down and it was the seventy s and everything about them with stupid. And their song sucked and then. This greatest hits album came out. This gold album and it fell like the whole world.

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"abba" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"abba" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"Let's talk about expanding universe. X then. One of the big hints of where this takes places that they crossed the Rio Grande So we can well first let's say they're obviously in the army. Right okay. Did. They find the same companies billy. Oh I'm going to say no. Billy was in the civil war. I think. We think that it was a civil war but we don't know I don't think they ever say that it was oh no, they do. Say. Everything you said, you haven't maybe it's just listen but some of the same companies are around. That were around the civil war. Looking at military. We don't be a hero maybe he just volunteered for everything, right? That's right. Well, I only volunteered for one because he didn't make it back from that one war so. Well I'll do you want me to give you another one. This is before that. Okay okay. All right. The war is before the civil. Got All right. This is wrong. I don't know if the song is I don't remember and billy don't. I. So maybe these two guys. Are Hanging out. where the battle took place I think we were what things we can sort of assume that it's around Texas? Okay. Yeah. Yeah So maybe they're hanging out and they're telling stories and then somebody. Rides by on their horse and tells them about some guy in El Paso who's wanted for murder. We'll tell these stories later we gotta go get this. Guy. listen we've got our own issues dawn on you. That was just the middle of a story. So I mean, that's rude I don't care who you're chasing, but that's rude. were let me ask question after the war you know they they can't continue being fighters so does Does Fernando Takes Guitar and does he team up with a singer? He's the piano. In a nightclub. I. Think it would be foolish to think that that was not true right? That's right. Pearls saying are and Fernando Plays Guitar in the background I think it makes perfect sense. It does right. I, knew it. The other thing I was thinking is the here bugles but are those really bugles or is that the whistle of a train that Johnny cash taking the San Antonio? Hey, go. How awkward if they're like well, we give up those were not the bugles of the other side that was train. No in the president, not in the past. I got Ya, I got ya I have a potentially. A kind of a downer. More so bring it. Well. Here's the thing. What if for? No, this is sad but liberty leaves. And then Fernando, there's not not not at the door. and. There's two young people there. And guys I'm said say they rob Fernando. And then they shoot him dead. And those people are billy Jo and Bobbie Sue. My Gosh young lovers with nothing better to do. They're down in Texas. Yeah. That's right. Billy Mack is Texas down in Texas. And he knows exactly what the faxes that's right actually knows. Is that an old Military veteran name. In a home invasion proper. GotTa get to the bottom of it works for me too when when the when the when Nando and Liberty Got Together They like the boys are back in town. Yeah. Word. And then they get there and they're just like US pretty somber actually in and. Out You've gotten better. Now, now now now now I'm wearing. Thank you. Let's go to Dino's. Caked out like old times. All right. Take a quick break when we come back. And talk about the history of this song which I'm sure there's not much to talk about I'll tell you what the history of this song was story by the story. Feeling Antisocial, you can follow the story song podcast on social media like us on facebook follow us on twitter at story underscored song and on Instagram at Song podcast. If you're still feeling antisocial after that, you should probably see a doctor before you hurt someone. Everybody. Welcome back time story behind the story of this story. Come to be Michael Yes. You've been holding your cards close to your chest. Not Giving me the information I want. So you said I didn't have to I'LL FOR CHRIST SAKE. All right. Tell us the story of the story. Song comes time. All secrets will be revealed. Your patients will be rewarded. So Fernando was written by Bennie. Anderson and Buranov Aus of Abba. It was released on March Twenty Seventh Nineteen, seventy six in the UK. April. Twelfth. Nineteen seventy six in Sweden and August nineteen seventy, six in the US. Let's do a very brief history of Abba Abba. is Benny Andersson Bureau Veis, Anna Fred links, todd, who also known as Frieda and Agneta Belt Scoop. good job. Thank you. Benny I I. Hope it was. Benny and Bjorn were working musicians each with their own band when they met in nineteen, sixty six, and at that time they began a songwriting partnership. which turned out okay. Yeah. Like they had a couple of. Decent songs but you know that I mean they had listen Bjorn's first partner Bjorn and heart they were good to. A joke just for Michael Dan you don't get it. We'll move on. I'm. Not. I left a while ago. So in nineteen sixty, nine, Benny and Bjorn who were working together met Freda. Agneta who are both working as singers recording artists by nineteen seventy they were each separately creating music and they would write or produce for each other or sing backing vocals or play instruments on each other's tracks and eventually they decided hey, let's form a band. And they did and it was called festival. And it did not do well no. I have no. Idea why. Why Terrible Day. Flat out. Bad. Bad name for a band. I. CanNot Imagine being like Oh yeah we're going to the fest. Folk. Show. First of all, I would think it's festival. Car If people show on your show and they're expecting nine bands. Over twelve hours and there's only you well, everybody's. Everybody says is this is the folk fest no, this is folk. US. Why So, yeah. But if they tore the tour is the festival crest. That's true. I mean, how great is that? Every tour has the same name or you know the Pope pressed for the folks right was gonna say, yeah, that's and the the group who were in that tour are the best folk fest folks. That's so. Their fans would affect folks. Are. You a fellow spoke yes but pat me. Not could and nineteen seventy-one Bjorn Agneta where married. And one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two. They had by nineteen to eight abandoned the fest folk name because Dan call them instead the. Rice stop doing that.

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"abba" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"abba" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"Like me like even during the battle like. What burn remember remember in Qatar Fernando. Like, not since like basic training and then we went onto battle and you showed up with Qatar instead of a gun remember remember when you didn't have a rifle he had guitar Fernando. Right listen. You're the reason we lost is what? Brought you here to the same spot to tell you you're the reason we lost the revolution. I I can only remember the general yelling if only we had one more gun, we wouldn't have. Mets right. But you didn't hear it because you were being too busy being as freely over here. Too you're you're too busy yelling can everyone keep it down I'm trying to learn the rift to smoke on the way. This is all just an elaborate way to shame. Fernando. That's right. Yeah. Well there's an all Jimi Hendrix over here. Let me paint the picture for your Fernando. Remember the you know the stars you hear the music, and then you hear some dumb dumb playing guitar instead of being down in the. Down in the foxhole. COMPADRES Now you're old in gray loser. Fernando says, can I give you my demo tape to send to somebody. You learnt nothing. I don't play the guitar anymore. I'm a part time DJ so Many years I haven't seen a rifle in your hand. Can you hear the drums Fernando? You recall the fateful night. We crossed the Rio Grande. See in your eyes, how proud you were to fight for Freedom In this land. Okay I got a couple of big questions. It's the Rio Grande. Michael. You don't have to tell me. You have to go into detail. But in your research. Is this based. On anything in particular. Like is this a real battle or some sort of actual like. Revolution or movement that this was based around. Michael you're not answering. You said, I don't have to tell you. You're playing. Okay. Okay. Oh, I could tell you but said, don't well. Okay. Do you want me to tell you something? I'm just saying you didn't have. You don't have to give the whole thing away I was just asking if yeah, it is. It's based on. It. I'm guessing it's like historical fiction. It takes place. During an actual war but I don't know that this is a real battle. I asked like one of the characters George Washington but right right. But it it is grounded. Washing word right? It is grounded in actual or that happened is the Spanish more. Now. It wasn't. It wasn't until again, this evening listening to the song. Where I was like, wait a minute. Because I always imagined. And this may be my own stupidity. Ignorance but I always sort of imagined i. don't know something like. Waterloo you know like I mean those kind of uniform like something, right? European right. Like like like seventeen hundreds your pin sort of war. You know like where? Like there's like two lines in your high school history textbook about like the Spanish civil war even though you have. No idea what that was about or when it happened. Like who the people involved, where where you're like Oh yeah. I guess that's the thing that happened. That's what I was sorta imagine and then today I was just like wait a minute the Rio Grande is this taking place in the United States? Yeah. Because it does go into Mexico but it still it's north. America. So I never once occurred to me until tonight that this is taking place somewhere in north. America at the very least the other thing though that I was like well, but Rio Grande means big river. So are they maybe not Ikea? Maybe, they just think that real tragedies a big river it's not necessarily the Rio Grande, the actual Rio Grande capital. Takes. Place on the Hudson. That's right. That's right. I mean, I could answer all these questions for you. Know I was just wondering again. Section of the show. Why. The my only question while it's choose your own adventure like do you want to hear it now you want to hear it later I only was is this based on something or is it completely made up again like? You know the great gangster COP, war of Chicago down, the east side. Never happened right. So but this, but this is at least somewhat based on something even if the characters were not real people, they're like you said, it's. Very much. Yeah, you hang onto it. I say y'all got onto it. That's what I think but just okay no no. To tell you what judging you were in this is. All right. Never Mind I'll give you a hint. Yeah. ooh, it's not just a hint. It's a teaser. It does not take place in the United States. Oh, or does it Come on partout two coming up next. After these messages. So. Twenty eight. Do you recall the faithful night? We crossed the Rio Grande. So this I. Don't think this is the battle right? This is another part of yeah. But that's but this is a turning point in the war. Is is when they crossed the Rio Grande. Right. or at least. A turning point maybe not in the war but a turning point. In their relationship or in their Brian chip or just. Another thing to remember. That? Yeah. It's a reminiscent time. But a lot of times in in a war especially in time of war like you know the idea of like getting on the other side of the river. Difficult to to cross a river especially if there's like you know an army. An enemy army on the other side listen you've got to figure out if you're GONNA, forge it if you're going to go around it or if you're going to build a raft with you to is in and try and float over it. and. So you know it look. Rachel. have. My family's got smallpox. So I got the Ford this river. GotTa Get Cross. Typhoid. Are. Not. Worth the trouble I'm telling you. Every other one of them died of typhoid cherry undone or just collapses over..

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"abba" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"abba" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"So I to a step back, this might seem varying in Congress. Discussing. But there's a theory that most of the pop songs we've talked before most the pop songs that you love. Were written by like four guys in Sweden. There is a theory that one of the reasons why they're songs worked so well is because English is not their native language and so that obviously is true of the members of as well and so. They they their English is very good. But they occasionally, we'll phrase things in a way that is technically correct but not quite the way a native speaker would say it. That is so interesting that you say that which is normally would would seem like a negative. But in fact, at least in the in the realm of Pop music seems to be a bonus because it the lines are very memorable, right? There's sort a little off kilter. So you sort you remember them they stick out more than than if it was just normal speech. The way you like I said like a native speaker would would say it. Yeah. It it. It would maybe sort of just kind of go in one ear and out the other All of that is to say the line every hour every minute seem to last eternally. Is One of those like slightly off kilter live like it's not wrong but I also. Feel like it should be every hour every minute seem to last. Two attorney or something internally is not a word. I hear very often. Or you know what I mean even later in the song which again align, we'll get to since many years I haven't seen a rifle in your hand. There's some writing. That's just a little bit off about that. That makes it sound. So poetic yet elevates it. Yes, and it's interesting that you say that ten because I saw an interview with share who spoiler has recorded Abba songs which we will get to. But she was saying that it was kind of hard to. They're kind of hard to sing because. For exactly the reasons that you said that the lines don't always flow naturally for someone. For whom English, their first language. because. English. Was Not their first language and so it is just a little bit off. and. That's one of the things that makes the writing. So brilliant. Right. Yeah. I. Mean again and I mean obviously Abbas brilliant but there I think there's almost a you know unintentional quality to it. Again, things are worded in a way that you know slightly off kilter but that again makes it memorable because like every great movie line you've ever heard. Is Not the way a person talked, right? So yeah everything's elevated right feel slightly LV. Yeah. And memorable and especially for song like this, that adds a certain theatricality to it. Sure. Yeah. I mean you're telling a story and a story about a very I mean this you know this is basically a this is a poem. I mean many songs poems but this is a this is a poem about very specific time and it it's that you know. trying to think of that one poet but anyway, it's IT'S A. One and poet. Yes. seuss hey you. But anyway about you know just bringing to life the the feeling of being in battle, and if you'd were if you were just talking about, you know if you could a song together and you're using just plain old, you know American or vernacular like an American person writing for what I'm assuming is a Spanish MAYBE SPANISH WAR It's not gonNA have that same heft to it. It's not going to have that same fluid fluid feel to it. I don't think. Right. So they were closed or not. So this is great. Right I. The the drums are in the distance right and then they were closer now every hour every minute like there's there's there's a countdown clock. Yeah Right. The tension is rising even though they're not directly saying by saying every hour every minute lake you know every minute that goes by getting closer they're getting a little bit closer a little bit closer what I love about that line they work closer now. So the narrator is Rarely right. Remembering and reliving at the same time. It's in there were closer now I it's it's presented in the in the present tense. Yeah Right. They were closer not yeah like they. Like. This person close the rise in sea it sure coming. I was so afraid Fernando. Now, this is a great line. I mean, they're all great lines but this one in particular, we were young and full of life. And none of US prepared to die. Like that is such a does this thing that's just never. Really, discussed, right? Sure. That they they were. How do I say that there were young and full of life right and they presumably had their ideals but they they wanted to live they right they had their whole lives ahead of them. Right, and presumably most of them or at least many of them didn't leave that battle. Yeah, it's the idea of it. It's it might go back to the the thing that you were talking about, Dan it's a small it may be. This is a small resistance army and they're you know they started off with these ideals of saying who's with me, who's WHO's ready to fight to the death for our ideals and being B.'s these young men they went full force until the reality set in of wait a minute. This is this is real and I, I am not a none of us are prepared to die for Yeah, it's the it's the battles the first battle scene in layman's Rub. Yes Oh. Yes it's. It's It's they were all young. They were students they were fighting for these ideals and then. The reality of that fight hit and they weren't prepared for it. Yes. That's all. Do you hear the people sing? We. Haven't had a musical reference at a long time. Wait wait. Oh, Michael had to bring it back. Sure I'm glad it's back. Well we'll. Get more. Oh there's going to be a lot of in this episode come on Dan. This is coming..

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"abba" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"abba" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Abba is now caliber collision coming up next what did you see this in Miami actually was in Tampa my back a woman goes into a Walmart Emily's Stoller's our name was arrested after being charged with attempted arson of a structure fire bombing and contributing to the love the delinquency of a minor child abuse and battery on officer thirty guard noticed that she was walking around opening unpaid items including flammable material projectiles and matches as she roamed through the store for more than an hour she had a child with her the security guard called the the sheriff's office who came to the store and got her just in time to stop her from lighting a wick she had made a bomb made out of bones stuff she had well obviously stolen from Walmart and shoes there like what our like when I would I would put all this stuff whatever I mean she obviously had a list and was going around by and stuff and likely the security guy was like what the hell she delayed notice he was stealing stuff do you like I want to watch her for a little bit and yeah so then when the cops showed up she course did the smart thing for her and tried to beat up the cop you just try to bomb a Walmart lady yeah sorry about your luck do not hit the officer really your only option at that point is is the nine right hours and I'm really this is just like as you know cocktail my grandpa used to make ourselves are made with magic the motion the user and whatever just take my word for it but it's completely above board officer you don't beat him up that's not the way to go why it ever going to loot you're never going to win that fight or argument hello they're going to shoot your full lectures the end of that at work there's going to do yes every single time I'm no law enforcement expert but I think I know you're allowed that should justify will use or fire if you're making a bomb to we take a break for the news newsradio seven hundred W. L. W..

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