simmonds91 wrote:One of the protagonists of Soul Music was called Imp Y Celyn who came from Llamedos. His name is welsh, in english it'd be Bud of the holly. I also notice that his name is close to the word harp (telyn. Imp Y celyn... telyn... celyn... telyn...) which he plays. At his home his family erect stone circles and I kinow wales is famous for that sort of thing.
Yes, I think it can be pretty much taken as red that Llamedos is a Disc version of Wales. Not only is it always raining, but Imp won his harp at an eisteddfod. That is a Welsh name for a contest of music and poetry. As mentioned earlier, Llamedos is "Sod 'em all" backwards. In Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas's "Under Milk Wood", there is a fictional town called Llareggub - or "Bugger all" backwards.
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