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Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/18/2013 - 12:23 AM

The first music thread became too slow to load so this is a continuation by request.
( Yep, you can blame it on Bob! Haha! ; )

To keep it from bogging down too quickly please, no embedding, just type the artist name & song and add a link. Thanks!

I'm starting this one with the kind of music I like to paint to the most.....classical....

Johann Sebastian Bach ~ Air

Tchaikovsky ~ None But The Lonely Hearts

Saint Saens Le Cygne ( The Swan )

My fave...
Claude Debussy ~ Clair De Lune


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Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/18/2013 - 12:29 AM

My sister Patricia Nessy

My sister Tatjana Schullern

My stepmom Ursula Sutter

Hope thats enough classical for you:)


Posted by: J L Meadows on 06/18/2013 - 12:38 AM

I too like to listen to classical music while working. I also like Celtic or Irish music, and occasionally Scott Joplin.

Here's Bach with one of my faves, "Minuet in G Minor":


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/18/2013 - 12:45 AM

Wow! Gunter, you have an amazing musical family! Beautiful voices and beautiful ladies too! So much talent... ..just wonderful. Thanks for sharing!


Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/18/2013 - 12:52 AM

Yeah, I'm the black sheep of the family, my dad was an opera singer too, and my little niece is very young but already a promising violin player.
I always played rock, what ya gonna do?


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/18/2013 - 12:56 AM

Hahaha! Hey, you went in the direction that interested you.... nothing wrong with that. Rock is where it's at! ; ) Coming from such a musical family, it's little wonder why you excelled...and probably would have with any instrument you had chosen. I'm sure your family have been just as proud of your accomplishments in music.


Posted by: Chaline Ouellet on 06/18/2013 - 1:00 AM One of my fav's La Boheme

Great stuff, Gunter!

Another favorite- Yo Yo Ma - Bach Cello suite 1


Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/18/2013 - 1:05 AM

Thanks Phyllis, you did a few things for me since I'm on here, thank you for that encouragement. I remember when you stood up when they called me a scam artist.
I make sure not to disappoint you, and I make sure to pay it forward :)

@Chaline, same for you, thanks

When it comes to music, here's the real deal:

Art Prints


Posted by: Chaline Ouellet on 06/18/2013 - 1:09 AM

Gunter you are such a nice person.. Always kind, supportive and uplifting. I truly appreciate your positive presence here.
Phyllis you too :) and thank you for the music threads. I'm a music nut!

Vivaldi's Four Seasons.... great painting music :)


Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/18/2013 - 1:13 AM

Hey you guys, Super, I can't hold a candle to you.

One more, my pride and joy besides my sisters, that's my girlfriend Gayle Beverly

Here's an interview with her


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/18/2013 - 1:16 AM

No problem, Gunter. I'm sure you would have done the same for me. Folks shouldn't make accusations like that against someone without solid evidence.
Stay strong and keep loving life, my friend. : )


Oh, your girlfriend! Sorry, I thought the blonde woman was your wife. My mistake. Yes! Thats the same lady I saw on your Myspace video? She's lovely and such a lovely voice as well! My, Gunter...aren't you the lucky man to be surrounded by so many beautiful women in your life with beautiful voices! ; )


Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/18/2013 - 1:18 AM


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/18/2013 - 1:25 AM

Thank you, Chaline! and thanks for your contributions to the thread. I'm enjoying the music. : )


Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/18/2013 - 1:40 AM

Here's one of my favorite pieces from my favorite composer ...........

Life is good


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/18/2013 - 2:05 AM

I enjoyed that also, Gunter! Thanks!


Posted by: Lawrence Supino on 06/18/2013 - 2:18 AM

first off...
I don't know who did it or why you were being called a "scam artist"...but I just wanted to say that you should never feel intimated by yours and your families talent in here again. Post away! I think its wonderful and pay no attention to them.
(because I think it's wonderful is not the reason why you should pay them no you know what I mean:)

I love when Gayle says..."It's true, I'm not trying to get on your good side"...(very sweet)
So...will you be getting into producing? ;)

btw...I lived in Vegas for six years and still have more than a few relatives there, though more than a few have passed on.
when Gayle mentioned working on commercials...That's what I also did while there, but on the acting side of them...not the music side. ;)

Does she like Diana Krall?

anyway...Bravo to you and yours!

Phyllis...I enjoy classical when driving (alone;)


Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/18/2013 - 2:29 AM

Thanks for your kind words Lawrence, she loves Diana Krall

She does the print shoots quite a bit

Here's the latest commercial she did:

no producing, all photography, at least for now

I do the acting too, but wouldn't be able to make a living with it in Vegas. This movie will be released in fall.



Posted by: Chaline Ouellet on 06/18/2013 - 2:58 AM Diana Krall ... Live in Paris. the look of love

Gayle has a gorgeous rich voice. Enjoyed the video very much... thanks for posting it! more Diana Krall.... love her!


Posted by: Donna Proctor on 06/18/2013 - 8:09 AM

Right on, Lawrence!
Gunther ROCKS in more ways than one... so accomplished in so many ways and he is a beautiful spirit, indeed.
Just sayin'...


Posted by: Digital Photographic Arts on 06/18/2013 - 8:20 AM


Posted by: Lawrence Supino on 06/18/2013 - 4:11 PM

Lol…they are still doing the same types of commercial I did back in the early 80’s!

I can’t show any of my stuff because it’s on “beta” or “Vhs” and my print work isn’t on my computer…except this one…because there was a thread a long time ago about doctors or something (I don’t remember) so I posted it for the joke. ;) (see, I once had hair too! ;)

hey…Good for you on the upcoming movie and acting gigs!

Btw…I was in Rocky IV while I lived in Vegas. I was a Russian KGB “photographer”…lol…I was originally hired as a security guard but the KGB guy didn’t want to cut his hair (because of his modeling, (which I also did)…so my agent asked me if I would…and I said, OK if it was certain I would be on camera...she said yes, so I let them cut my hair. Lol

I took the propaganda photo of the fighter’s wives at the beginning of the movie and also was in a few other scenes…many were cut out. I worked on it for 7 days, it was filmed in the old MGM Grand.

Hello, Donna ;) ;)


Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/18/2013 - 4:33 PM

Great Lawrence, you got the look :)


Posted by: Gunter Nezhoda on 06/19/2013 - 4:35 PM


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/20/2013 - 3:33 PM

It's a cover of a "Death Cab for Cuties" song. He may not have written it but he sure can sing it well! Great voice!
Thanks for sharing the vid. That was a pleasure to listen to. : )


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/20/2013 - 3:45 PM

Alter Bridge ~ Rise Today

Collective Soul ~ Precious Declaration

Slash ( w/ Chris Cornell ) ~ Promise


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 06/20/2013 - 3:56 PM

Rush has been one of my favorite bands since I was in high school. Saw them on the Farewell to Kings tour my senior year and I was blown away by their musicianship. All 3 are masters of their respective instruments. Some may not care for Geddy Lee's voice or maybe not like progressive rock, but their remarkable music ability can't be denied. They also continue to be creative and have not stopped even after all these years. I love their latest album, Clockwork Angels. Neal Peart is not only an awesome drummer but also the bands lyricist. He has written some books also that are great reads.

Rush ~ Wish Them Well

Love, love, love this one....

Rush ~ The Garden


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Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/10/2013 - 12:36 AM

House of Lords ~

The Train

Remember My Name


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/10/2013 - 1:00 AM

Transatlantic ~ We All Need Some Light Now

Craig Chaquico and Russ Freeman ~ Riders Of The Ancient Winds


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/10/2013 - 1:57 AM

Ok, one more and I'm out! Have a good night, day, whatever the case may be.

Neal Schon ~


There are no good vids for this song on YT but this is my fave of his solo work...



Posted by: Chaline Ouellet on 07/10/2013 - 2:16 AM Father and Son, Cat Stevens

Into the mystic, Van

You Wear it Well, Rod Stewart


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/10/2013 - 7:11 PM

Great add's Chaline!


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/10/2013 - 7:16 PM

It's just one of those days where I don't feel like working and want to....

I would much rather be out on a river today...

but I've gotta hold on.....

and just do what I have to do with a smile because....

: )


Posted by: Bob Galka on 07/10/2013 - 11:02 PM

Chris Stills... son of Stephen...


Posted by: Rachel Counts on 07/11/2013 - 9:12 PM

Bart Crow Band from Texas! Currently listening to "Rodeo Gypsy" on Spotify.


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/11/2013 - 11:25 PM

Thanks, y'all!

Kingdom Come ~

Silhouette Paintings

What Love Can Be


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/11/2013 - 11:35 PM


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/11/2013 - 11:43 PM

Kurt Elling ~

My Foolish Heart

The Waking


Posted by: Philip Sweeck on 07/12/2013 - 4:59 PM

The artist walks among the flowers
appreciating the sun
He does this all his waking hours
but is it really so wrong?

They sit in front of their tv's
saying, hey this is fun
And they laugh at the artist
saying he doesn't know how to have fun

But there are things in life that are truly free
singing birds and laughing bees

You got me wrong says he
the sun don't shine in your tv


Posted by: Philip Sweeck on 07/12/2013 - 5:26 PM


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Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/12/2013 - 9:18 PM

I've not heard those before, Philip. Thanks for contributing!


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/13/2013 - 8:48 AM

It's a beautiful morning. Suns up, birds chirping, pleasant breeze...... playing one of my very favorite tunes to start the day.
I found an extended mix that is pretty well done and some great photography to accompany it done by the young man who posted the vid.
I hope everyone enjoys their day. : )

Bill Withers ~ Lovely Day


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/15/2013 - 8:29 PM

I'm breaking my own rule for this one and embedding a vid.
If you've never heard Monte watch this! AWESOME!

Monte Montgomery ~ When Will I


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/15/2013 - 8:54 PM

Have to include his take on Little Wing too.....on ACOUSTIC!


Posted by: Philip Sweeck on 07/19/2013 - 9:23 AM

Love the the last instrumental one Phyllis. And the Bill Withers one, didn't know the song or artist by name but when I played it, I recognized it instantly.

Love this song ( not sure if I posted it before or not ). Immediately looked it up after I heard it playing in the film Stoker :

And this one from David Lynch' new album :

For some reason I also thought about this one, great video :

Ok, that's enough, I'll stop now : )


Posted by: Philip Sweeck on 07/19/2013 - 9:54 PM

The 25 most played songs in my iTunes library:

4 radio stations which I play mostly when working on images.


1. Comptine d'un autre été / L'après - midi by Yann Tiersen - played 566 times

2. Famous Blue Raincoat by Leonard Cohen - played 197 times

3. Hey That's No Way to Say Goodbye by Leonard Cohen - played 179 times

3. Acts of Man by Midlake - played 152 times

4. Beautiful by Eminem - played 151 times

5. Vocal by Madrugada - played 149 times

6. Comptine d'un autre été / L'après - midi by Yann Tiersen ( another version ) - played 137 times

7. Goodbye to Old Friends by Stuart A. Staples - 133 times

8. Down At the Front by I Am Kloot - played 128 times

9. I'm on Fire by Bruce Springsteen - played 122 times

10. Todavia Me Amas by Aventura - played 119 times

11. Long Nights by Eddie Vedder - played 116 times

12. Uberlin by R.E.M. - played 116 times

13. Mykonis by Fleet Foxes - played 115 times

14. New Woman, New Man by Madrugada - played 110 times

15. A Deadend Mind by Madrugada - played 109 times

16. How Can We Hang On to a Dream by Tim Hardin - played 107 times

17. Bathtime by Tindersticks - played 105 times

18. The Other Side of the World - played 104 times

19. The Dark is Rising by Mercury Rev - played 99 times

20. Blessed is the Memory by Leonard Cohen - played 94 times

21. Say Something Now by Stuart A. Staples - played 94 times

The most played song was also played over the shortest period of time. Many of my favorite artists or albums aren't in the list.


Posted by: Craig Carter on 07/19/2013 - 10:04 PM

Andreas Vollenweider- White Winds Side A


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/20/2013 - 12:07 AM

Hi, Philip! Listening to your selections now. I also see a few on your list I will be looking up to take a listen to. Thanks!

I'll be listening to yours too, Craig!

edit* enjoyed that!


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/20/2013 - 1:24 AM

Marc Broussard ~



Gavin's Song


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Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/23/2013 - 3:51 PM

Dancing through work...time to get funky! lol!

Lakeside ~ Fantastic Voyage

LTD ~ Every Time I Turn Around


Posted by: Phyllis Wolf on 07/23/2013 - 4:01 PM

Okay this thread has gotten to slow to load so closing this and on to part 3.


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