Re: P'taah

From: Tom Giles (
Date: Mon May 13 2002 - 02:40:21 CEST

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    I'm not sure if this is correct but I think Chris Bran called himself
    P'taah after the Alice Coltrane album 'Ptah the El Dauod', or at
    least after the same thing she called that lp after. On the liner
    notes she explains the title

     "Ptah is the name of an Eyptian god - in fact one of the highest
    aspects of God." (she continues: "'The El Doaud' means 'The

    I guess this is correct, but i've got no concrete reasons to support
    it. Well, I've never heard the word P'taah or Ptah anywhere else at
    On 13 May 2002, at 1:35, Job de Wit wrote:

    Date sent: Mon, 13 May 2002 01:35:13 +0200
    To: Acieeed <>
    From: Job de Wit <>
    Subject: Re: P'taah

    > At 17:04 -0500 12-05-2002, Peggy Chow wrote:
    > >Anyone know the record label that he's on?
    > Ubiquity. Highly recommended. See
    > My question: what does
    > P'taah mean and what is the correct pronounciation?
    > JoB
    > --

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