5 Shouts - 71,530 Scrobbles
Julie Covington (born September 11, 1947 in London) is an English singer and actress best known for recording the original version of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina". Covington's break came in 1967 when, whilst still a student at Homerton College, Cambridge, she was invited to sing on David Frost's television show, after which she secured a record deal. She followed with her 1971 Godspell casting at The Roundhouse, followed by her 1972 original cast recording of Godspell (Day by Day).
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Don't Cry For Me Argentina - (5:24) - 1,541 plays
- Only Women Bleed - (4:10) - 102 plays
- My Silks and Fine Arrays - (4:52) - 62 plays
- My Silks And Fine Array - (4:58) - 55 plays
- The Magic Wasn't There - (3:13) - 41 plays
- Queen Of Lights - (2:05) - 29 plays
- Don't Cry For Me Argentina (aus "Evita") - (5:23) - 29 plays
- The Beautiful Changes - (3:40) - 43 plays
- If I Had My Time Again - (2:38) - 36 plays
- Ice-Cream Man - (2:51) - 24 plays
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