I'm being extremely generous by giving a high-res inner gatefold scan of her debut album 'Frida'.. I did all the scanning of a monstrous LP (not Japanese miniLP, but I hope they will come soon! ) via my small scanner. If anybody wants the original 15208 × 7604 image, don't hesitate to contact me! (I actually have one. Contact me at your own risk if you seriously want the gigantic file of this; I'll be slowing down your computer once I send you the original file of it )
Apparently, Frida isn't eating something but she's smoking a cigarette...
A very positive -71 review of Frida's debut album:
Confident LP debut by "Frida".
Anni-Frid Lyngstad, a singer like many others. Until now, yes, because now it's suddenly time to take her seriously. Very seriously. Lindfors, Malmkvist, Lindblom, Hanson's Ann-Louse and you other not so many so called big guns. Watch out, because here you've suddenly got competition.
That Mrs. Lyngstad is on her way up has been perceptible for some time, but the final comfirmation is a recently released LP, Frida (Columbia), her first solo LP. I've still, after more than a weeks time, not gotten over my delight of it. It is, to begin with, an LP that is totally professional, everything from the unusually elegant cover to the records deepest, well arranged tracks. The material is chosen with care and relatively critically, mostly surely suitable to bring forward different sides of Anni-Frid Lyngstad's talent, a quiet but firm personality, many moments of both temprament, humour, tenderness and passion. ...she simply sings unusually intelligent.
You should not forget those who assisted with this very fortunate blooming: the producer Benny Andersson, the arrangers Bengt Palmers and Claes Rosendahl and also lyricists Peter Himmelstrand (his "Fem [Tre] kvart från nu" is really nothing to be ashamed of. Stig Anderson, Lasse Berghagen, Cornelis Vreeswijk and not least, Owe Junsjö.