April 26th, 2005

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Louveciennes





Louveciennes

2005

 


01. A Rough Draft
02. The Female Holocausts
03. Themas
04. Grinding Lenses
05. The Fantasty That Inspiration Polishes
06. Solfeggieto
07. All The World's A Stage
08. Cumulative
09. Thirty Years
10. Final Dissolution
11. KV545



Volume one of The Diary. Each track is normalized and mastered to eliminate sudden, undesirable shifts in volume.

From Wikipedia:
    Louveciennes is a village and commune in the Yvelines département, in France, in the western suburbs of Paris, between Versailles and Marly-le-Roi.

    The Château du Barry, built in 1700 by Louis XIV, is in Louveciennes.

    Louveciennes was frequented by impressionist painters in the 19th century; according to the official site, there are over 120 paintings by Renoir, Pissarro, Sisley, and Monet depicting Louveciennes.


From The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin (1931-1932):
    ... to me: "Don't expect me to be sane any more. Don't let's be sensible . It was a marriage at Louveciennes, you can't dispute it. I came away with a piece of you sticking to me; I am walking about swimming, ...





 

The spaces clear out for you and often your word travels are entirely fanciful. But the spaces they fill in for others are sometimes indistinguishable from memory. No, it is not a new discovery placed before you by Providence. You'll taste time and forget you are not the internal voice that narrates your own reading. You'll not know how you know what you know, but you'll still care to find out.

Participatory pseudepigrapha.

 

Above: original watercolor painting with various colored chalk drawings by Henry Miller, 1944



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