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Agnetha Faltskog - That's ME Greatest Hits

Album: Agnetha Faltskog - That's ME Greatest Hits
# Song Title   Time
1)    The Heat Is On More Info... 3:52
2)    The Last Time More Info... 4:14
3)    Let It Shine More Info... 3:58
4)    The Winner Takes It All More Info... 4:56
5)    I Wasn't The One (Who Said Goodbye) More Info... 4:10
6)    The Way You Are Edit More Info... 3:47
7)    It's So Nice To Be Rich More Info... 3:14
8)    I Won't Let You Go More Info... 3:38
9)    Never Again More Info... 3:53
10)    Eyes Of A Woman More Info... 3:55
11)    Slipping Through My Fingers More Info... 3:54
12)    One Way Love More Info... 3:36
13)    Can't Shake Loose More Info... 4:21
14)    Wrap Your Arms Around Me More Info... 5:13
15)    The Queen Of Hearts More Info... 3:21
16)    That's Me More Info... 3:16
17)    Turn The World Around More Info... 4:18
18)    You're There More Info... 3:30
19)    Fly Like The Eagle More Info... 3:05
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1. The Heat Is On

2. The Last Time

3. Let It Shine

4. The Winner Takes It All

5. I Wasn't The One (Who Said Goodbye)

6. The Way You Are

7. It's So Nice To Be Rich

8. I Won't Let You Go

9. Never Again

10. Eyes Of A Woman

11. Slipping Through My Fingers

12. One Way Love

13. Can't Shake Loose

14. Wrap Your Arms Around Me

15. Queen Of Hearts

16. That's Me

17. Turn The World Around

18. You're There

19. Fly Like The Eagle

Performer Notes
  • This greatest hits compilation from Agnetha Faltskog contains solo successes as well as tracks from her time with ABBA.
  • Former ABBA member Agnetha Fltskog's That's Me: Greatest Hits compiles highlights and rarities from the second phase of her solo career, which lasted from ABBA's breakup in 1982 to the late `80s, and comprised three albums, Wrap Your Arms Around Me (1983), Eyes of a Woman (1985), and I Stand Alone (1987). Three tracks each have been selected from these albums, songs that were released as singles in various territories and enjoyed some commercial success. For example, "The Heat Is On" (not to be confused with the Glenn Frey song of the same title that came a couple of years later) was released as the first single from Wrap Your Arms Around Me in the U.K. and made the Top 40, while in the U.S., "Can't Shake Loose" was chosen instead and made the Top 30. Both tracks, produced by British hitmeister Mike Chapman (the Sweet, Blondie), were in the synth-dance-rock style of the early `80s. More typically, however, Chapman and Eyes of a Woman producer Eric Stewart of 10cc, among others, tried to re-create elements of the ABBA sound that had made Fltskog successful, even to the point of recording in Sweden with some of the same backup musicians the group had used. The ABBA sound becomes even more prevalent on the disc because of the presence of a few actual ABBA tracks. "The Winner Takes It All" and "Slipping Through My Fingers" are songs on which Fltskog had the lead vocals, while "That's Me," an ABBA B-side, though featuring both Fltskog and fellow ABBA singer Frida, is described by annotator Carl Magnus Palm as one of Fltskog's favorite tracks by the band. Her last album producer of the era, Peter Cetera, did not go for an ABBA-like sound on I Stand Alone. Instead, recording in Los Angeles, he simply inserted Fltskog's vocals into one of his typical David Foster-like productions of West Coast pop in the manner of his own later work with Chicago and solo. As heard here, Cetera's duet with Fltskog on "I Wasn't the One (Who Said Goodbye)" (a Top 20 Adult Contemporary chart hit) was, for all intents and purposes, the follow-up to his duet hit with Amy Grant of the year before, "The Next Time I Fall." In addition to tracks from the solo albums and ABBA songs, the compilation is filled out by English-language singles and non-LP B-sides, several of which were issued only in Sweden. Several of these are impressive pop performances, notably the previously unreleased 1981 demo "The Queen of Hearts," co-written and co-produced by Fltskog herself, which is one of the more ABBA-like tracks here. After the release of I Stand Alone, Fltskog essentially retired from her musical career, but this album gives a good accounting of her immediate post-ABBA efforts. ~ William Ruhlmann
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