TMR 19.8: “Notes for a Theory of the Fabric of Memory” [THE REMEMBERED PART]

Brian is back and Chad flubs the intro, so things are basically as they should be . . . They talk about fragmentation, big flawed double albums (and why they’re so intriguing), how comedy works, Hey Uncle Walrus vs. Uncle Hey Walrus, memory and the losing of it, and much more.

This week’s music is “1979”  and ‘Tonight, Tonight” from the Smashing Pumpkins’ flawed double album. (A topic in this episode!)

Next week we’ll be covering pages 490-563 (full schedule), and you can watch it live here, or by subscribing to our YouTube channel.

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