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The green dots on this Google Earth represent a radio station anywhere in the world.

Click on any one of the dots and you will immediately listen to that station with very good sound. I especially liked Dublin, halfway up Ireland's east coast, with Irish pub music. Any of you who are multi-lingual will certainly enjoy this.

 

http://radio.garden/live/toulouse/radiopresence

I got this in my inbox this am and thought I'd share in case anyone else needed a time wasting COVID pastime.

Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

-Mark Twain

 

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way cool. I have no idea what I'm listening to now. Sounds like Scottish folk rock with bagpipes. This is gonna be a huge time waster. Gotta share. Now it just morphed into some kinda Spanish pop.
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Too late for an edit, but I'm going to change my OP characterization from "time wasting" to "time consuming". Today I spent some time in Scotland, Ibiza, New Zealand, Belize and Rockport Maine and didn't regret a minute of it.

Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

-Mark Twain

 

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Wow, the Internet now sucks 7% less! I didn't think it was possible. That's a welcome way to get out of town for some serious musical growth. Great find!

 "You seem pretty calm about all that."
 "Well, inside, I'm screaming.
    ~ "The Lazarus Project"

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How cool! Uh there's a radio station in Avalon Catalina. Clicked on it and it's playing 'Burn Down The Mission' by Elton. Day is off to a great start over here!

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Interesting, in the part of Ireland where my ancestors came from (Connacht and southeastern Ireland) there is some weird Technics keyboard sounding folk pop music.
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I found Indonesian radio. There was a version of a traditional song I knew I couldn"t even find on Shazam.
Yamaha MX49, Casio SK1/WK-7600, Korg Minilogue, Alesis SR-16, Casio CT-X3000, FL Studio, many VSTs, percussion, woodwinds, strings, and sound effects.
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