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Melting Pot - Something Is Wrong album mp3

Performer: Melting Pot
Title: Something Is Wrong
Released: 1996
Style: Breakbeat, Breaks, Drum n Bass
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 160
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Melting Pot (Booker T album). Melting Pot is a 1971 studio album recorded by Booker T. & the . It is the last album to feature the group's classic lineup of Jones, Cropper, Dunn, and Jackson and the first of their albums to contain longer, jam-oriented compositions.

Something Is Wrong (Melting Pot's Version). B. Something Is Wrong (Loi-d's Science).

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The idea behind the melting pot is that our cultures are supposed to blend in harmony, rather than remaining separate, so that we all have equal opportunities. Let’s think about how this would go down at the potluck. There are delectable chocolate cupcakes, frosting whipped and shaped to perfection. Even the meal you worked hard to make (or bought at the grocery store – hey, I’m not judging) plops into the pot. And to top it all off, someone pours in a bottle of fish oil, so the whole thing smells like it’s bubbling up from the ocean through the sewer. Not so appetizing now, is it? People try to reassure you. It’s a melting pot! The best way to taste everything. If you have your doubts, I don’t blame you. The skeptical expression you’re giving this potluck is probably similar to the look on my face when people describe the US as a melting pot.

America is called the melting pot because there are people from everywhere around the world, they have different cultures, different customs, but when they come to America, they are one, one nation. Much depends on how one defines "melting pot". If determined by the fact that the USA has had such a large influx of immigrants, who by and large are here for a number of reasons. For the most part in the past and now, the "culture" of America is not easy to define.

The melting pot idea is most strongly associated with the 19th century United States. Guessing that you're referring to the . amp; not any of the continents? Anyway the . I wouldn't exactly call it a melting pot though because there is still some resistance from those different groups to meld together & shed their former backgrounds. Now Canada has a lot of different ethnic groups & cultures but they're even more like the alternative metaphor of the mosaic or salad bowl – different cultures mix, but remain distinct.

All the tunes on Melting Pot are . A couple of them are over eight minutes, which indicates a welcome loosening-up from hit-singles strictures. The title tune is one of the extended pieces and it’s just great from start to finish with some incredible textural control from Booker’s wide-open organ and burning guitar. Here and elsewhere, Cropper’s mixing gives the music a wide and dynamic range, though of course the group demonstrates just as much dynamic precision in live performances.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Something Is Wrong (Melting Pot's Version)
B Something Is Wrong (Loi-d's Science)
Remix – Loi-D

Companies, etc.

  • Engineered At – Avalon Studios, Sheffield, England

Credits

  • Engineer – John Hobson
  • Vocals – Sarah Downs
  • Written-By, Producer – Melting Pot
  • Written-By, Vocals – Pete Hope

Notes

Engineered by John Hobson at Avalon Studios, Sheffield.


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