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PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2007 6:05 pm 
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there are a few album titles and track names that sometimes cause discussion


for example on the MFD promo, edgar calls it Phay-dra, where as BM has always called it Phee-dra (as in archae-ology)

also its MACU--LAR not Mac-U-lar

but here's one : BArbakane, is it barba-cane or BArBa-carne


there are more.........any one?

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Sorry i been on the grog since 11 :arrow: Hic Hic!

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well BM had bottle of Mer Low for luncheon, does that count

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 Post subject: Re: TD pronunciation
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bigmoog wrote:
there are a few album titles and track names that sometimes cause discussion


for example on the MFD promo, edgar calls it Phay-dra, where as BM has always called it Phee-dra (as in archae-ology)

also its MACU--LAR not Mac-U-lar

but here's one : BArbakane, is it barba-cane or BArBa-carne


there are more.........any one?


Well as I use to know a girl called Phaedra....it's pronounced Fed-dra or Fay-dra...anything else and you'd get a slap! ;)

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fuch

thats 33 years of being wronGE


dunno why I bother starting sensible threads



the return of seagull is looming surely :arrow:

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Theres a Mac-U Liar vibe around here :arrow:

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Theres a Mac-U Liar vibe around here :arrow:


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its all gone a bit pete tong if you ask me :oops:


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Well, we have bigmoog and minimoog..... what's next, mediummoog? :)


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How about polymoog :arrow: seems like a nice girl :wink:

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Mac-U-Liar :arrow: Per-cu-Liar GEDDIT :?: :lol: :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: TD pronunciation
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also its MACU--LAR not Mac-U-lar

It was always Mac-U-lar in brain physiology lectures but I've been working in the Health Service long enough to know that Doctors will pronounce it in all sorts of ways and claim they are right and everyone else is wrong.


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bigmoog wrote:
there are a few album titles and track names that sometimes cause discussion


for example on the MFD promo, edgar calls it Phay-dra, where as BM has always called it Phee-dra (as in archae-ology)



Interesting this one BM, as I always used the former pronounciation, but have recently discovered that the latter, is correct. Still can't shake the habit though!

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I trust we all say see-kwen-ser not see-KWEN-ser

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