As we all know, the success of the Barry Gibb produced "Guilty" for Barbra Streisand made Barry Gibb a much wanted producer as a number of artists - and record labels - crave a multi-million selling album they could call their own: Dionne Warwick, Diana Ross and Kenny Rogers were the most well-know. The lesser known Agnetha Falkstog of ABBA fame wanted the Gibb Brother to produce her solo English debut album, as well.
According to the book "The Real Story of Abba", Agnetha was such a huge fan of Streisand's GUILTY, she contacted Gibb to produce her solo debut in English, as 'ABBA' was in the process of quietly breaking up. Gibb wanted to work with the singer, but they couldn't reach an agreement on where to record the album. He wanted her to fly out to Miami, to record in his studio, while Agnetha wanted to stay in Stockholm and use the studio where ABBA recorded. After some time negotiating, the two sides realized they could not reach an agreement and the idea was shelved indefinitely. (Agnetha would then work with another producer, and release her album 'Wrap Your Arms Around Me' in the Spring of 1983, as ABBA had disbanded by then.)