Archive for the ‘music’ Category

After the video with Celan reading Todesfuge posted by Baroque in Hackney a few weeks ago, here’s another I’ve just happened upon: source: The Omniscient Mussel. The poem he’s reading is Tenebrae: Near are we, Lord, near and graspable. Grasped already, Lord, clawed into each other, as if each of our bodies were your body, […]

Now that I’ll no longer be spending more time moving books around than reading them – 200 boxes a day, average of, say, 30 books per box (sometimes more, sometimes fewer) = 6,000 books, of which I’d typically be handling at least half of them: nasty, heavy things they are, in piles or shrinkwraps of […]

You can’t write the same book twice. Though I’ve been in historic musical situations, I can’t go back and do that again. And though I run into artistic crises, they keep my life interesting. Max Roach, 1924-2007, see, hear: Destination: OUT

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Now y’all bear this in mind: bo diddley says: [via FoxyTunes / You Can’t Judge A Book By Lookin’ At The Cover] image from lonniec61