The new studio album "Incidents of Travel" from David Correa and Cascada is now available and has emerged as one of the finest productions of Latin/World Music on the west coast local music scene. Continuing his ever-evolving musical vision with a collection of songs that are multicultural, David Correa demonstrates melodic acoustic chemistry that is one of a kind.
"Incidents of Travel" is highlighted by all the extraordinary musicians that perform on this recording. Master percussionist Mark Raphael Escalera makes his third appearance recording with Cascada and demonstrates true form and technique on eight selections of the new disc. Also featured are violinist Joe Dupre who guests on the song "Turkish Dreams" which is a fiery selection based on the middle-eastern folk motif. Joe also solos on the intimate romantic ballad "Querida" which is sure to capture the hearts of many.
Erik Weidenhamer makes a first time appearance with Cascada on the marimba. He is featured on "San Cristobal" which is a Latin-Folk piece with an air of Caribbean music. Making her second appearance with Cascada is the beautiful and soft voice of Yesenia "Cheny" Mendoza which can be heard on "Sol y Luna". Songs such as "Camino a Palenque", "Panorama" and Extravaganza" have well defined textures of flamenco and Afro-Cuban elements featuring Nate Lopez on the electric bass.
Adam Thompson is featured on songs like "La Plazuela", "Guacamole" and "Bella Brisa" bringing the warm and smooth tone of the contrabass to the group. Also featured on this new recording is percussionist Laurel Grinnell who adds character and personality to the songs "San Cristobal" and "Bella Brisa".
David's guitar compositions on this recording are inspired by his travels to Chiapas, Mexico and the ancient Mayan city of Palenque deep in the Maya Biosphere Reserve. His music takes you to faraway places that can only be imagined in your dreams...telling stories of life, love and moments of joy.