Savia Andina

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Savia Andina was one of the first groups to have international success with traditional Andean music. They had this success starting in the 1960s and went on to have three albums to go gold. They toured Europe[1] and are sometimes classed in the "new song/nueva cancion" movement of Latin American music.[2] In the 1970s they became the most popular and influential music group in Bolivia, but were later displaced by Los Kjarkas.[3] They are also known for poetic love songs about mountains.[4] Eddy Navia, a founder of the group noted as a charango player, left in 1988 to join Sukay.[5]


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