The ABBA song "Dancing Queen" covered by

"Dancing Queen" was written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson, and features the shared lead vocal performance of Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. It is considered by many to be ABBA's signature song. The song was recorded in 1975, and was released on the group's album Arrival the following year. The song was re-released as a single in 1992 to promote the compilation Gold: Greatest Hits.
"Dancing Queen" became a massive worldwide hit, topping the charts in more than a dozen countries including ABBA's native Sweden (where it spent 14 weeks at the top), Australia, Belgium, Brazil, West Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway (where it charted for 32 weeks (VG-lista Top 10), making it the 11th best-performing single of all time in that country), South Africa and Rhodesia. It also topped the charts in the United States, ABBA's only #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and was a Top 5 hit in Austria, Canada, Finland, France and Switzerland. The song has sold over three million copies. -- Wikipedia

The ABBA song Dancing Queen was covered by ...

All cover versions with details

  • Ronnie Aldrich, His Piano and Orchestra, covered the song on his 1976 album "With Love and Understanding".
  • Carol Douglas covered it on her 1977 album "Full Bloom".
  • Jean-Claude Borelly covered it on his 1977 album "On Parade".
  • Edmundo Ros and His Orchestra covered it on his 1977 album "Today".
  • Tracy covered it on her 1977 album "Mississippi".
  • Roberto Delgado covered it on his 1977 compilation "Fiesta for Dancing Vol.3".
  • Franck Pourcel covered it on his 1978 album "Franck Pourcel rencontre ABBA".
  • Milo Binder covered it for the 1992 compilation "20 More Explosive Fantastic Rockin' Mega Smash Hit Explosions!".
  • Rob'N'Raz / DLC covered it on a 1992 single and for the 1992 compilation "ABBA: The Tribute".
  • U2 covered it on the 1992 bootleg "Dancing Zoo TV" (Stockholm Globe Arena).
  • Virginia Wolf covered it for the 1993 compilation "Non è la Rai 2".
  • The Wedding Band featuring Blazey Best covered it for the 1994 soundtrack of "Muriel's Wedding".
  • Garageland covered it on their 1995 album "ABBAsalutely: A Flying Nun Tribute to the Music of ABBA".
  • P covered it on the 1995 album "P".
  • CoCo Lee covered it on her 1996 album "CoCo's Party".
  • E-Rotic covered it on their 1997 album "Thank You for the Music".
  • Sensitive New Age Cowpersons it on their 1997 album "Strange on the Range".
  • The Real Group covered it on their 1997 album "Get Real".
  • Redd Kross covered it as B side of their 1997 single "Secret Life".
  • Jennifer Love Hewitt covered it on her 1998 album "Love Songs".
  • Kylie Minogue covered it on her 1998 album "Intimate and Live".
  • A*Teens covered it on their 1999 album "The ABBA Generation".
  • Moxy Früvous covered it on the album "1999-02-20: Lee's Palace, Toronto, ON, CA".
  • S Club 7 covered it for the 1999 compilation "Abbamania".
  • Sixpence None the Richer covered it for the 1999 soundtrack of "Dick - The Unmaking of the President".
  • Abbaration covered it on their 2000 album "A Tribute to ABBA".
  • Angeleyes on their 2000 album "ABBAdance".
  • Diablo (Finnish band) covered it on their 2000 album "Elegance in Black".
  • Jimmy Barnes covered it for the 2000 compilation "The Andrew Denton Breakfast Show Musical Challenge".
  • Holm covered it on his 2000 album "Music for Astronauts".
  • Luka Bloom covered it on his 2000 album "Keeper of the Flame".
  • Michael Vaccaro covered it on his 2000 album "Archangel".
  • Caroline O'Connor covered it on her 2001 album "From Stage to Screen".
  • Dan Baird and the Sofa Kings covered it on their 2001 album "Redneck Savant".
  • Glow covered it for the 2001 compilation "A Tribute to Abba".
  • The Yayhoos covered it on their 2001 album "Fear Not the Obvious".
  • Manabu Nagayama and Shunji Suzuki covered it for the 2002 compilation "Natural Beauty Basic Presents Blend".
  • Paul Gilbert covered it on his 2003 album "Acoustic Samurai".
  • Nils Landgren covered it on his 2004 album "Funky ABBA".
  • For Better, For Worse covered it for the 2004 compilation "Punk Rock Show 2 - Movie Hits Selection".
  • Raining Pleasure covered it for the 2004 soundtrack of "Hardcore".
  • Belinda Carlisle covered it for the 2005 compilation "ABBA Mania".
  • Texas Lightning covered it on their 2005 album "Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch...".
  • Girl Authority covered it on their 2006 album "Girl Authority".
  • Abbbba covered it as "Dancing Kueen" for the 2006 compilation "Billboard Head Soup".
  • Riff/Raff covered it on their 2006 album "AB/BA - Rock 'n' Roll Mutation Vol.1".
  • Wing covered it on her 2006 album "Dancing Queen".
  • Frank Turner covered it on his 2008 album "The First Three Years".
  • Meryl Streep, Julie Walters and Christine Baranski covered it on the 2006 "Mamma Mia - The Movie Soundtrack".
  • The Sunday Drivers covered it for the 2008 compilation "La Musique de Paris Dernière, Vol.6".
  • Whitley covered for the 2009 compilation "Like a Version Five".
  • Steps covered it on their 2011 compilation "The Ultimate Collection".
  • Amber Riley & Naya Rivera covered it on the 2011 compilation "Glee: The Music, Volume 6".

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