On October 8 1996, Madonna’s “You Must Love Me” music video premiered on MTV.
“You Must Love Me” was released by Warner Bros. as the first single from the “Evita” soundtrack. The song was written by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, and it won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1997.
Madonna filmed the music video for “You Must Love Me” on 31 August 1996 in California, while she was eight months pregnant with her daughter Lourdes. Madonna stands behind a piano to hide her pregnancy.
On August 19 1997, “Buenos Aires” (from “Evita“) was released as a promo-only single to club DJs and radio stations in the USA to promote “Evita” on video.
Here is a full listing of the different mixes of “Buenos Aires“:
World Mix Edit
World Mix Edit – Shorter
Te Amo 12″ Extended Vocal Version
Te Amo 12″ Extended Instrumental Version
Te Amo 12″ TV Dub
Te Amo 12″ Acapella Version
Te Amo Single Edit
Te Amo Radio Version
On July 29 1997, the “Evita: Music From The Motion Picture” CD (highlights from the “Evita” soundtrack) was released in North America.
On March 15, 1995, Madonna signs on to star as the late Eva Peron in film version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway musical Evita.
On March 10, 1996, Madonna lip-synchs “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” for a scene in Evita before a crowd of 2,000 extras on the balcony of the Casa Rosada, the same location where the late Eva Peron addressed her people 50 years earlier.
On February 1, 1997, Evita: The Complete Motion Picture Music Soundtrack hits #2 in the USA.