Nyhetskanalen online reports a few headlines from the interview "There are enormous amounts of people who have large visible success, but poor self-esteem. I take the luxury of sitting for two hours and talking to an existential philosopher and therapist once a week and it is very, very good," said Björn Ulvaeus.
On the question of what the great economic success has meant to him, Ulvaeus replied that the money was more important at the beginning of ABBA’s career when it helped to give him and Benny enormous artistic freedom.
"After Waterloo, we did indeed have all the freedom in the world to both write and record. It was the single most important thing that money meant then," said Björn Ulvaeus.
The Swedish star composer also revealed what ABBA songs have become his favourites over the years. His top three are The Winner Takes It All, Dancing Queen and SOS.
Whether he is more proud of ABBA or the theatrical success he has achieved, Björn says that he cannot choose…stating that he is equally as proud of ABBA as he is of Kristina från Duvemåla.
Thanks very much to Niclas for the story and the links.