Aguaviva formation was initially Manolo Díaz, José Antonio Muñoz, Juan Carlos Ramirez, Jose Maria Jimenez, Mayte Perez and Rosa Sanz. They achieved more success in Spain since surpassed boundaries, but also another interesting achievement of them was able to combine different musical concepts, it worked wonders on stage and added letters of poetry as Lorca, Alberti and many more.
In the first work you did a poetry Alberti said that if it was controversial for his communist style and was part of the work censored. This poem's musical success and launched in Italy was overwhelming, as they were joined by university students and many groups of communistic trend, regardless of whether they had as usual a leading figure or landmark.
This was replaced by an excellent ensemble work. The single included "Andalusian poets," Alberti's poem above and "sing." This was followed by "We The New Man" again and the music revolution by leftist who maintained that content. In 1970 under the name of "Closer" released their first long-term conceptual style and of course keep the messages clear in its critical line.
It stands to reason that if this formula worked, and continue on with it in 1971 appears "Revelation," where lyrics and music are of superb quality. Also during these years made a show called "No Law" in 1975, where the scene seemed inexhaustible sources, but ending the Spanish dictatorship and on the way to democracy if it was ending this way they could keep winning despite the different member changes.
The following papers were to name a few "Cosmonaut" in 1971, "La Casa De San Never" in 1972 and "Poetas Andaluces De Ahora" in 1975. His work continued faithful to the original line, perhaps as the name of Aguaviva flowing emanates lives and will never disappear from the memory of his followers. Aguaviva is considered a training in what was called folk song, but many belong to the most intransigent and political branch of that stream, we would say that the subject line protest.
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