- Performer:Miki Murai
- Title:Melting Pot
- Style:Japanese Traditions
- Date of release:December 27, 2004
- Size FLAC version1747 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1113 megabytes
- Size WMA version1613 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 VOC AAC MP1 MP4 DTS
Melting is the first studio album by South Korean girl group Mamamoo. It was released by Rainbow Bridge World on February 26, 2016 and distributed by CJ E&M Music. It contains twelve songs, including the single "You're the Best", which was used to promote the album. The album was preceded by two additional singles, "I Miss You" and "Taller Than You". On January 29, 2016, Mamamoo released the single "I Miss You" from their upcoming studio 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. By 1970, st Booker T. Jones had become estranged from Stax, as he protested the changing atmosphere under the leadership of executive Al Bell
Melting Pot" is the 1969 debut single from UK pop group Blue Mink. The song was written by Blue Mink's lead singer Roger Cook and long-time songwriter partner Roger Greenaway. The song peaked at number three in the UK Singles chart in the first week of 1970, and also reached Number 11 in Ireland. It became the opening track on the group's 1969 debut album, also titled Melting Pot.
Melting Pot is a greatest hits album by the British alternative rock band The Charlatans (known in the United States as The Charlatans UK). Featuring tracks from their time on Beggars Banquet Records between 1990 and 1997, the album was released on 23 February 1998.
Melting Pot has 1,602 members. Here's long time Melting Pot favourite, Greg Wilson, reflecting on his Essential Mix 10 years later over 25 years! It's one mix we've continued to go back to time and again.
Melting Pot. Studio album by. Booker T.
Melting Pot is a sort of companion piece to Songs From the Other Side, both released at the end of the Charlatans' tennure on Beggar's Banquet records. I like The Only One I Know, Then, and other songs from that era, but not as much as the later material