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Julie Covington (London, 11 september 1947) is an English singer and actress. She is best known for the original (studio) version of Don't Cry for Me Argentina (the musical version was sung by Elaine Paige).
Covingtons breakthrough came in 1967 as a student when she was invited to sing in a television program of David Frost, after which they got a record deal. After her career shifted to the theater, her performance in the program led Rock Follies to the title role in the musical Evita by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. Her song " Don't Cry For Me Argentina was an international hit, and reached # 1 in the Dutch Top 40.
After her second solo album, and guest appearances on albums by other artists, she returned to the theatre.
- While The Music Lasts (1967) (private Edition)
- The party's Moving On (1969) (private Edition)
- The Beautiful Changes (1971)
- Julie Covington (1978)
- The Beautiful Changes Plus (1999)
- Julie Covington plus (1978)
- Godspell-Original Cast Recording (1972)
- "The Adventures of Barry McKenzie" (1972)
- Evita-Album (1976)
- Rock Follies Series 1 (1976)
- The Mermaid Frolics "(1977)-benefit for Amnesty International
- Rock Follies Series 2 (1977)
- The War of The Worlds (1978)
- Guys and Dolls National cast recording (1982)
- The Wildcliffe Bird (audio book) (1991)
- Guys and Dolls (1992)
- The War of The Worlds-Original cd (2000)
- Evita (2001)
- The War of The Worlds-5.1 Remastered Edition (2005)
- The War of The Worlds-7 disc Collectors Edition (2005)
- "The Magic Wasn't There, Tonight Your Love Is Over" (1970)
- "The Way Things Ought To Be" (1970)
- "Day By Day" (1972)
- "Two Worlds Apart" (demo single) (1973)
- "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" (1976)
- "Only Women Bleed" (1977)
- "Housewives ' Choice" (1982)
|Number (s) with markings
in the Radio 2 Top 2000
|' 99||' 00||' 01||' 02||' 03||' 04||' 05||' 06||' 07||' 08||' 09||' 10||' 11||' 12||' 13|
|Don't Cry For Me Argentina||360||362||1140||1056||1323||1166||731||1094||1214||1040||1744||1733||1915||1747||1659|