I saw a headline this morning that Bob Geldof's daughter Peaches has given birth to a son, who she named Phaedra. I snarked to myself that she named him after an old Tangerine Dream album. Imagine my surprise when I read the associated article and found out she apparently did exactly that. A comment ceases to be snarky if it's actually true, doesn't it?
If you're not familiar with the album, take a listen below. It was originally released in 1974.
Personally I prefer their followup, Rubycon.
I wonder if Peaches knows that Phaedra was a figure in Greek mythology, and was a woman? I don't think I've run into any in the flesh, but I'm pretty sure I've seen references to a few women with that name. So she's reversing the modern trend of what were traditionally male names becoming seen as female.