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SPARKS - NEW MUSIC FOR AMNESIACS THE tired old music journalist cliche "sounds like it could have been recorded yesterday", may be routinely wheeled out to describe albums recorded many moons ago which by no stretch of anyone's imagination could have been.
The amnesiacs felt a lingering sadness even though they struggled to remember the simplest details of the clips, whereas those with healthy memories felt fine by then.
Our home-grown tribunal amnesiacs will know exactly how he feels.
Neuroscientists have yet to determine what produces consciousness, why we dream, or how amnesiacs can store information without remembering it.
An examination of the synaptic misfirings of aphasics, amnesiacs, and Tourette's syndrome sufferers, The Man Who, which recently opened at New York's Brooklyn Academy of Music, was inspired by The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (1986), the widely read book by the neurologist Dr.