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Favorite iTunes Streaming Radio Station.

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Inspired by the favorite movies thread, what is your favorite internet streaming radio station? I have a great Kenwood R5000 communications receiver I grew up with which I experimented with antenna configurations and found many great world wide radio sources.

On the computer I more often than not I find myself listening to Golden Oldies/Offshore Music Radio through iTunes. Music from the 60's to 80's from the glory days of off shore radio ships. Good stuff. See a movie called "The Boat That Rocked" which was loosely based on Radio Caroline.

Still being a relatively new comer to internet radio, but a shortwave/pirate radio lover from way back, iTunes/Eclectic/ Pirate Cat Radio from San Francisco has some good alternative non-main stream music.
 
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