Evita: Original Soundtrack [SOUNDTRACK]

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Ansen, David (December 15, 1996). "Madonna Tangos With Evita". Newsweek. Archived from the original on April 10, 2019 . Retrieved December 27, 2018. Taraborrelli, Randy J. (2008). Madonna: An Intimate Biography. London: Pan, Simon and Schuster. ISBN 978-0-330-45446-9. Davis, Sandi (January 10, 1997). "Banderas Sings Praises of 'Evita' ". The Oklahoman . Retrieved August 29, 2015. a b c d e "Evita (1996)". Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on August 8, 2016 . Retrieved September 5, 2016.

a b Cerio, Gregory (February 26, 1996). "Don't Yell at Me, Argentina". People. Archived from the original on October 10, 2016 . Retrieved October 10, 2016. The original London production transferred to the Opera House in Manchester for an extended run following its closure at the Prince Edward Theatre. Kathryn Evans and Jimmy Kean played Eva and Che with Ria Jones and John Barr being their alternates.

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Christon, Lawrence. "Five Years Later, Lacey Ponders Life After 'Evita'" Los Angeles Times, 8 May 1986 Shortly after the musical appeared, Nicholas Fraser and Marysa Navarro published a more neutral account of Eva Perón's life, Evita: The Real Lives of Eva Perón, in which they claim that many of the assertions in the biography The Woman with the Whip (which had influenced Rice's lyrics) were false, such as the suggestion that Eva had first gone to Buenos Aires as the mistress of a married musician, Agustín Magaldi. Instead, they wrote, Eva's mother Doña Juana had taken her there when she aspired to become a radio actress. Some critics also suggested that Rice's lyrics disparaged Evita's achievements unnecessarily, particularly her charity work. According to Navarro and Fraser,

This was replaced by "Junin, 26 July 1952" for the Japanese productions, London and Broadway revivals.Woolford, Jenna. "A Gift Of Love: Music inspired by the Love Poems of Rumi > Review". AllMusic. Archived from the original on March 9, 2016 . Retrieved January 18, 2016. Harvey, Alec. "This Touring Evita Boasts Top-Notch Troupe", Birmingham News (Alabama), 23 January 1994, p.101. The Official Swiss Charts and Music Community: Awards (Madonna; 'Evita ')". IFPI Switzerland. Hung Medien . Retrieved November 10, 2014. ALBUMS: Top 100 of 1997". Jam!. Archived from the original on March 20, 2001 . Retrieved August 15, 2023.

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