Today in Madonna History: March 24, 1997

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On March 24 1997, Madonna’s version of Another Suitcase In Another Hall  was released as the third and final single from the Evita soundtrack.

The single was only available in the UK, New Zealand, Australia and a small number of European countries.

The lyrics for Another Suitcase In Another Hall were written by Tim Rice, with the music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

A music video was released to promote the single.  The video was the actual performance sequence from the film Evita, directed by Alan Parker.

One response

  1. Another Suitcase in Another Hall-may be the perfect theme song vehicle for Madonna because it perfectly captures the Lucky Star’s essence in her Ray of Light and Rebel Heart! Revealing a complex picture of Madonna’s vulnerability is a great and brilliant quality and skill to have because the Evita Detroit ballad reveals and flashes her hidden sadness-a feeling and emotion that is clearly her own!

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