Agnetha – My Very Best – Tracklist
Agnetha Fältskog – My Very Best is released in Sweden on 08 October, 2008 and can be pre-ordered at the site ginza.se for SwKr 159.00. Tracklist to follow.
Nice choice of cover, I must say – but there are presently no clues as to what period this compilation covers or on what label the release is on. Still, what with this single CD release and the 5CD Cupol compilation Original Album Classics due out September 29, Agnetha music fans/collectors certainly have two interesting products to look out for…
September 22/23, 2008 – Update: There are now, according to ginza.se, no less than four versions of the My Very Best CD for pre-order purchase, see screen sample below taken from their site. Although, in reality, it looks like possibly just two double CD items will make it to sale:
www.ginza.se screenshot as at 22 September, 2008
The distributor is given as SME and the record label as Columbia. The only version shown with a cover picture is the original jewelcase version as linked to below.
Translated from Swedish Sony/BMG press release:
Agnetha – My Very Best
On October 8 the career-wide collection album My Very Best by Agnetha Fältskog is released. It is SONY BMG, which together with Agnetha has made a record that reflects her career as a solo artist, from the tracks from her debut 40 years ago until the last album came out in 2004.
Among the 35 songs are her English-language version of SOS, När du tar mig i din famn (When you take me in your arms), Dröm är dröm, och saga saga, Wrap Your Arms Around Me, The Heat Is On, I Won’t Let You Go, Let It Shine and also includes Agnetha’s special favorite from the ABBA period, The Winner Takes It All. The accompanying booklet contains an introduction by Agnetha, unique images and all song lyrics.
Agnetha Fältskog’s career is remarkable and she is one of Sweden’s most successful artists of all time. ABBA has made all its members world-famous, including Agnetha with her special quality.
Agnetha has had a successful solo as a singer and songwriter. She has also produced many of her own recordings. Agnetha made the hit-list entrance for the first time in January 1968 when the debut single Jag var så kär entered ‘Svensktoppen’, the Swedish Charts. This was followed by five albums and a long list of well-known hits on the Swedish ‘topplistorna’.
Her solo career continued in the 70s on the side of her involvement with ABBA. During the 80s Agnetha recorded three international solo album with the help of producer Mike Chapman, Eric Stewart and Peter Cetera. All were big sellers in Sweden and in other countries. In 2004 came the latest album My Colouring Book which went straight in at Number 1 on the Swedish music charts and acheived platinum selling status.
Agnetha – new album cover photo