David Correa & Cascada | Eterna Primavera

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Eterna Primavera

by David Correa & Cascada

The 5th release from David Correa and Cascada "Eterna Primavera" takes you on a musical journey around the world. Styles range from Latin Guitar from Mexico and Central America, Rumba Flamenco to Middle Eastern and South American influences as well.
Genre: Latin: Flamenco
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Murcielago
David Correa & Cascada
5:12 $0.99
2. Dia del Mercado
David Correa & Cascada
4:26 $0.99
3. La Bahia
David Correa & Cascada
2:50 $0.99
4. Alacran
David Correa & Cascada
5:28 $0.99
5. Bizarre Bazaar, Pt. 1
David Correa & Cascada
3:33 $0.99
6. Bizarre Bazaar, Pt. 2
David Correa & Cascada
1:39 $0.99
7. La Barranca
David Correa & Cascada
4:42 $0.99
8. Taos
David Correa & Cascada
4:38 $0.99
9. Agua de Limon
David Correa & Cascada
5:21 $0.99
10. Pequena Flor
David Correa & Cascada
4:16 $0.99
11. Camino a Palenque
David Correa & Cascada
5:58 $0.99
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Album Notes
The new cd "Eterna Primavera" is a collection of songs inspired by David's travels to Mexico & Central America. The tracks range from styles such as Latin Guitar, Rumba Flamenco, South American, Afro-Cuban, Brazilian and Middle-Eastern influences. The musicians on this cd include: David Correa on guitar, Lee Howard on bass & Tim Bolling on percussion and special guest Alfredo Caceres on guitar. David Correa and CASCADA consistently perform in the San Francisco Bay Area where the band is based. They have established a substantial fan base throughout the greater Western United States.
This album is the 5th release from David Correa. Other releases can be found here at cdbaby.



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Joe Ross

An artful approach that expresses dynamism, elegance & power
The intriguing instrumental blend of David Correa and Cascada is a delightful adventure to a market, beach, or even ravine south of the border. One doesn’t need to speak Spanish to understand the musical expressions of the mercado, bahia, or barranca….or to imagine yourself in a sports car, sipping Lemon water, and dodging scorpions in the roadway.

Based in Concord, Ca. (near San Francisco), guitarist David Correa associates himself with other eclectic adventurists who are able to show their melodic and rhythmic mettle on Correa’s fifth album, “Eterna Primavera.” While some of his previous albums have also included marimba, violin or vocals, this album’s sparer setting provides uplifting accessibility. Cascada includes Lee Howard (bass), Tim Bolling (percussion), and Alfredo Caceres (guitar on four cuts).

Standout tracks include those where Correa and Caceres are picking great guitar lines of melody and harmony together on tunes like “Dia del Mercado,” “Aqua de Limon,” and “Murcielago.” I’m not certain if the latter (the album’s opening cut) was named for the Lamborghini model that means “bat” or its literal translation (bird that sings in the night). Like bats, the band members probably fly freely from dusk until dawn. And like the sports car, this band’s artful approach expresses dynamism, elegance and power. While their musical styling is somewhat derivative, we hear well-arranged aerodynamics, melodies that breathe, and tunes that drive well after dark. For some high performance guitar-centric Latin and Flamenco expressions, pick up this album and catch this band on one of their West Coast or Southwest tours. (Joe Ross, Roots Music Report)