Single on Wizard label by 50s-style revivalist band from Brisbane, formerly known as Silver Studs (see Dance With A Dolly). Their first and biggest hit was a cover version of the Happy Days theme (1976). More at Nostalgia Central’s Silver Studs/The Studs page.
Reference: Funky Feet dancing back into the spotlight at ABBA – The Site. Thanks to Terry Stacey who spotted the writers’ credit.
Single by husband and wife duo on Polar label, also on the 1976 LP Letters.
Svenne Hedlund, Charlotte ‘Lotta’ Walker and Benny Anderssen had all been members of The Hep Stars, the most successful Swedish band of the 60s. (See, for example, ABBA – The Site and Karl Dan’s Hep Stars website.)
The song was written by Abba’s creative duo Benny Anderssen and Bjorn Ulvaeus and recorded by Abba, but not used, for their album Arrival.
Svenne & Lotta’s version was released on CD for the first time in 2002 on the compilation Tio Gyllene ar med Svenne & Lotta 1973 – 1983 (Ten Golden Years with Svenne & Lotta).
Unused recording intended for the 1976 album Arrival, apparently rejected because it was too similar to Dancing Queen on the same album.
On album First Flight, by Swedish Abba tribute band, produced by ABBA bassist Rutger Gunnarson. See the commentary at ABBA Tributes, Cover Songs and Cover Bands.