Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice - Evita: Premiere American Recording FLAC album
Argentina's controversial First Lady, Eva Peron, is the subject of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's dynamic musical masterpiece
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Recording produce by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice in Los Angeles,July 1979. Remixed in London July/August 1979. Comes with 12-page libretto. 回-G-回" stamped in runouts denotes an MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville pressing. Another same catalog release exists but is a MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville pressing. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 Label): (MC1987). Matrix, Runout (Side 2 Label): (MC1988).
Evita is a concept album released in 1976 and produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. Having successfully launched their previous show, Jesus Christ Superstar, on record in 1970, Lloyd Webber and Rice returned to the format for Evita. The album was recorded at Olympic Studios in London from April to September 1976 and released in the United Kingdom on 19 November 1976.
This musical captured the attention of the public when it was first staged in 1978 and in its 40th year and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 70th year, we are thrilled to bring this modern masterpiece (New York Post) to Australia in all its original glory.
In early 1974, I travelled to Argentina and did some interviews, but kept a low profile. When Superstar went to to Buenos Aires, religious extremists had bombed the theatre, so I didn’t want anyone to hear I was now tackling Eva Perón. Andrew got Hal Prince on board, but then Julie Covington, who’d sung Evita on the album, turned down the stage role. We auditioned hundreds of women, but Elaine Paige was the best. She was one of the few people who chose not to sing Don’t Cry.
Album Evita: Premiere American Recording (1979). by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Music By. Andrew Lloyd Webber, Mo Foster. Bob Gunton, Mandy Patinkin, Patti LuPone. Santa Santa Evita Madre de todos los ninos De los tiranizados, de los descamisados De los trabajadores, del Argentina.
Album · 2006 · 20 Songs. Andrew Lloyd Webber & Elena Roger. 6. Goodnight and Thank You. 3:23. 7. The Art of the Possible. Don't Cry For Me Argentina. Andrew Lloyd Webber & Original Evita Cast. 12. High Flying, Adored.
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|A1||A Cinema In Buenos Aires, 26 July 1952||1:00|
|A2||Requiem For Evita / Oh What A Circus||9:11|
|A3||On This Night Of A Thousand Stars / Eva And Magaldi / Eva Beware Of The City||7:35|
|A5||Goodnight And Thank You||3:09|
|B1||The Art Of The Possible||2:40|
|B2||Charity Concert / I'd Be Surprisingly Good For You||5:57|
|B3||Another Suitcase In Another Hall||4:42|
|B4||Peron's Latest Flame||4:25|
|B5||A New Argentina||6:57|
|C1||On The Balcony Of The Casa Rosada / Don't Cry For Me Argentina||9:32|
|C2||High Flying, Adored||3:45|
|C5||The Actress Hasn't Learned The Lines (You'd Like To Hear)||2:21|
|C6||And The Money Kept Rolling In (And Out)||4:18|
|D2||Waltz For Eva And Che||3:44|
|D3||She Is A Diamond||3:09|
|D4||Dice Are Rolling||5:06|
|D5||Eva's Final Broadcast||3:11|
- Manufactured By – MCA Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Evita Music Ltd.
- Pressed By – MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville
- Published By – Leeds Music Corp.
- Art Direction – George Osaki
- Choreography – Larry Fuller
- Chorus [Children] – Bridget Francis, Fritz Collester, Matthew McKeon, Simone Francis, Tobrina Van Buskirk
- Chorus [The Company (People Of Argentina)] – Anny DeGange, Brad Witsger, Carlos Gorbea, Carol Lugenbeal, Clarence Teeters, Davia Sacks, David Staller, David Vosburgh, Dennis Birchall, Jack Neubeck, James Sbano, John Leslie Wolfe, John Yost, Marcia O'Brien, Mark East , Mark Waldrop , Michael Lichtefeld, Michelle Stubbs, Morgan MacKay, Nancy Opel, Nancy Wood , Pat Gorman , Paula Lynn , Peppi Borza, Peter Marinos, Phillip Tracy, Rex David Hays, Robert Tanna, Robin Cleaver, Sal Mistretta, Sandra Wheeler, Seda Azarian, Susan Terry , Teri Gill, Terri Klausner, Tom Carder
- Conductor [Orchestra Conducted By] – Rene Wiegert*
- Design – Rod Dyer, Inc., Vartan
- Directed By – Harold Prince
- Engineer [Remix Engineer] – David Hamilton Smith*
- Executive-Producer – Peter Neufeld, R. Tyler Gatchell, Jr.
- Featuring [Starring] – Bob Gunton, Mandy Patinkin, Patti LuPone
- Featuring [With] – Jane Ohringer, Mark Syers
- Leader [Musical Director] – Rene Wiegert*
- Lighting – David Hersey
- Lyrics By – Tim Rice
- Mastered By – LB*
- Music By – Andrew Lloyd Webber, Mo Foster
- Orchestrated By [Orchestrations By] – Andrew Lloyd Webber, Hershy Kay (tracks: A1, A3 to B5, C2 to D1, D3 to D7)
- Performer [Che] – Mandy Patinkin
- Performer [Eva Peron] – Patti LuPone
- Performer [Magaldi] – Mark Syers
- Performer [Mistress] – Jane Ohringer
- Performer [Peron] – Bob Gunton
- Photography By – Martha Swope
- Photography By [Innerspread Photography] – Ron Slenzak
- Presenter – David Land, Robert Stigwood
- Producer – Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice
- Set Designer [Designed By] – Tazeena Firth, Timothy O'Brien
- Sound Designer [Sound By] – Abe Jacob
- Vocals [The Singers] – Bob Gunton, Jane Ohringer, Mandy Patinkin, Mark Syers, Patti LuPone
NotesRobert Stigwood in association with David Land presents EVITA
Premiere American Recording
12 page Libretto included.
Printed in the U.S.A.
Recording produced in Los Angeles, July 1979. Remixed in London, July/August 1979.
Innerspread Photography: at Hans Korthoff Antiques
"Evita" is an opera based on the life story of Eva Peron , the second wife of the Argentine president Juan Peron. Eva Duarte was born in 1919, illegitimate, poor, without privilege. She became the most powerful woman her country had ever seen, the First Lady of Argentina at the age of 27. She died in 1952 of cancer, aged 33.
© 1979 MCA Records, Inc. ℗ 1979 MCA Records, Inc. - Printed in U.S.A.
All compositions published by Leeds Music Corp. (MCA) - ASCAP
℗ 1979 MCA Records, Inc.
© 1979 MCA Records, Inc.
© Copyright 1976, 1977, 1979 By Evita Music Limited, Sole Selling Agent Leeds Music Corporation (MCA) for the entire Western Hemisphere.
Another same catalog # release exists but is a MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville pressing.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side One): (MC1987)
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side Two): (MC1988)
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side Three): (MC1989)
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side Four): (MC1990)
- Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side One): MCA 1987 W2 II LB
- Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side Two): MCA 1988 W2 I LB
- Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side Three): MCA 1989 W3 (scratched out 回-G-回) ◈-P-◈ I LB
- Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side Four): MCA 1990 W2 IIII LB
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, Sides One, Two, Four): ◈-P-◈
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|MCA2-11007||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice - Evita: Premiere American Recording (2xLP, Album, Glo)||MCA Records||MCA2-11007||US||1979|
|MCA2-11007||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice - Evita: Premiere American Recording (2xLP, Album, Club, Gat)||MCA Records||MCA2-11007||US||1979|
|MCA2-11007||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice - Evita: Premiere American Recording (2xLP, Album, Gat)||MCA Records||MCA2-11007||US||1979|
|MCA2-11007, 4L33-1849, L33-1849||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice - Excerpts From Evita (LP, Album, Promo, Gat)||MCA Records, MCA Records, MCA Records||MCA2-11007, 4L33-1849, L33-1849||US||1979|
|MCAC2-11007||Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice||Evita (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCAC2-11007||US||1979|