The Mamas and the Papas Guitar Songbook: Guitar Songbook by The Mamas and The Papas

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Titles are: California Dreamin' * Monday, Monday * cross the place You Wanna pass * I name Your identify * I observed Her back * phrases of affection * devoted to the single i like * Creeque Alley * Dancing within the Streets * Dancing undergo * Dream a bit Dream * secure in My backyard * Do You Wanna Dance?

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This form of esteem is grounded in the high value that field actors ascribe to artistic innovation, although I will argue that commercial success (that is, economic capital) can also be subject to distinctive forms of symbolic valorization (Chap. 5). Cultural fields are thus internally diversified and hierarchical social spaces. The very existence of different producers, intermediaries and audiences represents a field’s ‘space of possibles’ (Bourdieu 1996: 193– 205). A group or organization willing to create a new position cannot help but take into account this pre-existing social structure and its history, which includes past artistic trends and canons of consecrated movements and works (field-specific capital).

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