Thursday, January 21, 2010

Krautrock at Bookninja.

"A phrase of Sappho's, lacking all the rest of the poem, is really no more mysterious than a line of Mallarmé's." --Hugh Kenner


Black- Albireo (2015)

1. Nh3 d5
2. g3 e5
3. Bg2 Bc5
4. a3 Nc6
5. e3 g5
6. f3 h5
7. b4 Bb6
8. Bb2 g4
9. Nf2 Nf6
10. O-O Qd6
11. d4 exd4
12. exd4 Bf5
13. Re1 Kd7
14. c3 Rg8
15. Bc1 gxf3
16. Qxf3 Bxb1
17. Rxb1 Ne7
18. Bf4 Qc6
19. Nd3 Kd8
20. Ne5 Qe8
21. Qd3 c6
22. Re2 Qf8
23. Re1 Rg7
24. Nf3 Ng8
25. a4 Bc7
26. Bxc7 Kxc7
27. b5 Rh6
28. c4 Rg6
29. cxd5 cxd5
30. Qc3 Kb8
31. Ne5 Rd6
32. Rc2 Rd8
33. Qc7 Ka8
34. Rc1 Rd6
35. Bh3 f5
36. Qa5 Nf6
37. Rc7 Ne8
38. Nc6 a6
39. Qxa6 Black resigns.

Round Trip.

    Why so heavy, Heart?
Were ever you at peace with how the chart
unfurls, it is this hoür, this bright haze
of disaster: why so downcast, Heart,
if what you wished has come to pass? Yet days
crowd with the sheer onrush of breaking glass
just outside your hearing. You asked for change.
You got it, baby. Why so heavy, Heart?

L.E.A.R.N. (via Dave Pollard)

"Of the dream and the marvelous, the Maghrebi knows the weight: it is a nod of the head and a long sigh." (via Silliman)

"Derrida, Foucault, and a hippy are in an airplane..."

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