Since I made my 1979 Wembley Concert Recreation video, I've received quite a few requests to make a 1977 concert recreation video. I never thought I'd be able to do it as there isn't a lot of footage, but I spent a good amount of time hunting for fan footage as well as good quality bootleg recordings.
Using a combination of audio from Hamburg, Perth, Adelaide, and Sydney, as well as a few minutes of fan footage and all the performances from ABBA the Movie, I think I have a good enough result to share with all of you on YouTube. And here it is. :)
Because I used a few different recordings, there are some inconsistencies in the audio volume. Hopefully that won't be too much of a problem. :)
I used Camtasia for the majority of the video editing, and Camtasia has a tendency to look like the video is synced with the audio in the program but in the actual exported video, it's slightly out of sync, so I apologize for that. Hopefully you guys can still get the point of this video.
Anyways, I hope you enjoy, and be on the look out for future parts to this 1977 concert recreation!
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