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LOG OSS or low goss?


:arrow:


Low Goes :wink: :arrow:

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here's one


edgar froese


is it frow-ss or frow ser : :wink: :arrow:

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epsilon75 wrote:
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LOG OSS or low goss?


:arrow:


Low Goes :wink: :arrow:


I seem to remember Chris Franke discussing why certain things get labelled with certain names and Logos, just prior to this album coming out....so you might be right Colin

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Ralf Wad-E- Full
Ralf Wad E-Fall
Ralph Wada Phal
Ralf Wad Du you call :?

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apart from trying to pronounce JEDI and Wookie names........



Wahn* : is it waaarn or Warn as in barn

Atem : is it AT-emmm or ay-temm


etc

*one hell of an out there track by any standard

BM recovers composure again :arrow:


I asked me mother....she should know she's German

R-tem
Varn


I'm liking these pronounciations. Perhaps TD/Eastgate would be so kind as to print a dictionary.

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now : Thorsten Quaeschning

BM assumes its : tors ten qvee shiing (silent q.....)


but me could be wrong : englishgerman is not my first language :arrow:

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now : Thorsten Quaeschning

BM assumes its : tors ten qvee shiing (silent q.....)


but me could be wrong : englishgerman is not my first language :arrow:


I think Edgar pronounced it "Kweshning" at the end of the Tempodrom DVD.

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:idea: yep


the only other one I can think of is:

Mojave Plan....but thats mo harvey

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bigmoog wrote:
same here.


any others come to mind?

when a very young BM, I had trouble with zeit ! was it zeeeet, zit or zitte

ms BM who is a fluent german speaker corrected me years ago : its Z-EYE-T, with a slight emphasis on the eye-t, depending

Phew got that one right but only by luck.


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same here.


any others come to mind?

when a very young BM, I had trouble with zeit ! was it zeeeet, zit or zitte

ms BM who is a fluent german speaker corrected me years ago : its Z-EYE-T, with a slight emphasis on the eye-t, depending

Phew got that one right but only by luck.


actually the start of Zeit should have a more of S sound to it

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wot as in SH*te :shock:



interesting thread overall tho

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wot as in SH*te :shock:



interesting thread overall tho


Your words matey :D

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im fickle today : BM highly rates the other highly rated TD LP

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According to an old tape I have of an interview with Edgar and Chris in England after Poland was released, Barbakane is BAR - buh - cane.

Edgar Froese is kind of like Fruh - zuh. It's really spelled Fröse and gets that umlauted sound to the "o." Same with Schmoelling.

Wahn is Vahn. Atem is AH - tem. (I spell this with American phonetics, sorry to you Brits and Aussies and those trained to speak their way! :) )

But I took German in college, I did.

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Ralf Wad-E- Full
Ralf Wad E-Fall
Ralph Wada Phal
Ralf Wad Du you call :?

But definitely not Ralph What-a-fool, as my brother used to say. :wink:


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