|Filmed||1-14 November 1975|
|Location||ABC Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Broadcast||Saturday 15 November 1975 (Frida's 30th birthday) at 11.30am
Repeated a minimum of 4 times on VH1 on the Best of American Bandstand on VH1
See here for pictures of different broadcasts
|Archive||Click her for archive information|
|Released||This performance has not been included on any officially released video or DVD|
American Bandstand is an
American music-performance show that aired in various versions from
September 1952 on Philadelphia television station WFIL-TV Channel 6 (now
WPVI-TV), to 7 October 1989. It was hosted from 1956 until its final season
by Dick Clark. The show featured teenagers dancing to Top 40 music
introduced by Clark. In 1963 the program was moved from its weekday slot and
began airing weekly every Saturday afternoon.
The intro for this clip was shown on the Emmys award show 2006 during a Dick Clark tribute.
Other guests on the show were David Ruffin singing "Walk Away from Love" and comedian Frank Gorshin.
Dick Clark died on 18 April 2012.
|Watch Out For||
Frida during "SOS" -
she's a little late
turning around during the instrumental break behind Agnetha
Frida during "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" having to duck under the microphone lead.
|Lyrics||Click on song title for the song lyrics and recording information: SOS or I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do|
|Pictures||Click on image for a larger view (or to see more from the song performances):|
|Related Links||American Bandstand; Dick Clark;|
Thanks to Petri Kaasalainen for the transcription and David Schrubba
for correcting the filming location. Extra thanks to Kevin Evans,
Tony Rogers, Marcus Bergs,
Ian Cole, Jun Seo, Erik Liebstaedter, Sam Shervz
and Petr Mlejnek. Extra thanks to
YouTube clips c/o AbbaFanSouth2l, AwardsShowNetwork and 2Shaymcn