[JPL] Re: [JPL Vinnie pronunciation

David Kunian dkunian at bellsouth.net
Mon Mar 12 14:50:24 EDT 2007


I always learned it from the cut on Frank Zappa's Joe's Garage: Catholic 
Girls

"They were learning to (ahem) all the Catholic Boys.  Vinnie Colaiuta!"

Rick McLaughlin wrote:

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>A relative of his (living near me) says Colley-you-ta (like Scott Colley...)
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>How do you pronounce "Colaiuta." Is is Kole - eye - oota or Kole -a -- oota
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