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Audio Mixer: Paco Loco. Recording information: ACME Studios, Avils, Asturias, Spain (01/2014); The Laundry Room Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA (01/2014); Tiesco Studios, Gun, Asturias, Spain (01/2014); ACME Studios, Avils, Asturias, Spain (07/2013); The Laundry Room Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA (07/2013); Tiesco Studios, Gun, Asturias, Spain (07/2013); ACME Studios, Avils, Asturias, Spain (08/2013); The Laundry Room Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA (08/2013); Tiesco Studios, Gun, Asturias, Spain (08/2013). Illustrator: Lee Thacker. Arranger: Pedro Vigil. David Gedge's long-held dream was to release a Wedding Present and a Cinerama album at the same time, with different versions of the same songs on each. The Wedding Present album would be typically energetic and guitar-driven; Cinerama's would be highly arranged and, well, cinematic. Even though he missed out on having them released concurrently, he realized most of his dream with the release of Cinerama's Valentina in 2015. Recorded a year after the debut of the Wedding Present's Valentina, the album wraps Gedge's songs in lush strings, tinkling pianos, showbiz-y horns, and swooning female backing vocals. The arrangements are courtesy of Pedro Vigil, and the vocals by ex-Wedding Present bassist Terry de Castro. Vigil does a fantastic job of taking the simple Wedding Present template and expanding it into a widescreen Technicolor explosion of sound that fills every nook of available space with some kind of fancy instrument or other. "Stop Thief," for example, is like an imagined meeting between Ennio Morricone and Burt Bacharach with the Tindersticks and about ten of their friends playing the instruments. Most of the album is made up of the kind of big ballads that sound like Vegas showstoppers, though occasionally Cinerama drop an uptempo number that allows Gedge (or on "End Credits," de Castro) a chance to strut a little as the orchestra revs up behind them. It's a big, big sound no
The Philosophy of Utopia
In the late nineteenth century, Mexican citizens quickly adopted new technologies imported from abroad to sew cloth, manufacture glass bottles, refine minerals, and provide many goods and services. Rapid technological change supported economic growth and also brought cultural change and social dislocation. Drawing on three detailed case studies—the sewing machine, a glass bottle–blowing factory, and the cyanide process for gold and silver refining—Edward Beatty explores a central paradox of economic growth in nineteenth-century Mexico: while Mexicans made significant efforts to integrate new machines and products, difficulties in assimilating the skills required to use emerging technologies resulted in a persistent dependence on international expertise.
This collection addresses the important function of utopianism in social and political philosophy and includes debate on what its future role will be in a period dominated by dystopian nightmare scenarios.
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