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ABBA - The Inner Circle Interviews By Marisa Garau, Frédéric Tonnon
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'ABBA - The Inner Circle Interviews' presents the personal views of over 40 extraordinary music professionals who contributed to the timeless appeal of this band. These are the people who were... More > actually there when ABBA's amazing pop story unfolded right before their very eyes. This unique book offers in-depth and previously confidential information on the musical and entrepreneurial brilliance of this multimillion venture, as well as intriguing insights in the psychological dynamics between ABBA's highly creative, extremely ambitious and utterly headstrong individuals.< Less
BETWEEN CAVIAR AND CHAMPAGNE By DJ Skipper
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INTRODUCTION TO "BETWEEN CAVIAR AND CHAMPAGNE". Intro script. Intro to chapters. Index of topics. The interviews are not presented in full versions.
BETWEEN CAVIAR AND CHAMPAGNE By DJ Skipper
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INTRODUCTION TO "BETWEEN CAVIAR AND CHAMPAGNE". Intro script. Intro to chapters. Index of topics. The interviews are not presented in full versions.
Between Caviar and Champagne - Episode 2 By DJ Skipper
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Managing A Chance. Lucrative and rare interview with the business creator and coordinator of music artists ABBA. Plus additional chapters.
Between Caviar and Champagne - Episode 2 By DJ Skipper
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Managing A Chance. Lucrative and rare interview with the business creator and coordinator of music artists ABBA. Plus additional chapters.
Mercerville 2004 By mick mercer
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The full book is viewable in the preview – please look. Here we have Patience, a Gilbert & Sullivan production directed by my fiancée with a Goth theme, but much more besides,... More > including her other shows - Iolanthe with frogs, bears and spear-wielding faeries, a Lynda-organised Tsunami benefit, Christopher Columbus, Carousel, Die Fledermaus. And when I’m not being all cultured? Whatever Happened To Harold Smith?, The Rotters Club, Blood On The Turntables, another old interview with moi, the return of Dr. Who, Valiant, Ronald Knox’s amazing spoof radio broadcast of 1926, Lord Buckley, When Blue Peter Became Abba, a trip to Crete, our adorable Sammy cat (R.I.P.), The Curse Of The Omen, Sir Henry At Rawlinson End, a trip to Kent, complete with squirrel on gravestone and Canterbury Cathedral ghostliness, 24 Hour Party People, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe.< Less
Mercerville 2004 By mick mercer
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The full book is viewable in the preview – please look. Here we have Patience, a Gilbert & Sullivan production directed by my fiancée with a Goth theme, but much more besides,... More > including her other shows - Iolanthe with frogs, bears and spear-wielding faeries, a Lynda-organised Tsunami benefit, Christopher Columbus, Carousel, Die Fledermaus. And when I’m not being all cultured? Whatever Happened To Harold Smith?, The Rotters Club, Blood On The Turntables, another old interview with moi, the return of Dr. Who, Valiant, Ronald Knox’s amazing spoof radio broadcast of 1926, Lord Buckley, When Blue Peter Became Abba, a trip to Crete, our adorable Sammy cat (R.I.P.), The Curse Of The Omen, Sir Henry At Rawlinson End, a trip to Kent, complete with squirrel on gravestone and Canterbury Cathedral ghostliness, 24 Hour Party People, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe.< Less
Apollo Memories By Martin Kielty
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The Apollo legend retold… When the rock’n’roll revolution came, Scotland was in the thick of the action. Every big name in the business wanted to be there for one reason: the... More > Glasgow Apollo. Between 1973 and 1985 the ‘Purple Palace’ played host to everyone who ever mattered. From ABBA to Zappa, Johnny Cash to the Style Council, they all played and they all came back. The former cinema was a one-off, with its high stage, infamous bouncers – and the terrifying bouncing balcony. This book, first published in 2005, explains what made the venue so special, with the addition of new interviews, unseen photos and commentary. It ties in with the GlasgowApollo.com website to bring you the story of a rock’n’roll legend, told by the people who made it: those who played there, those who worked there and the unforgettable Glasgow choir, who inspired dozens of acts to record their Apollo shows for live release. Martin Kielty is a Glaswegian music journalist, band manager and drummer.< Less