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If you're like me, sometimes you enjoy having a little music in the
background. Today, I found a website that has a "jukebox" application
that has hit songs from the era of the jukebox--from 1950 to 1989.
Click on the year of your choice, and you have continuous play of the
hits. They also have other listings for particular genre, and from
prior years "the Swing Era" and later as well "The MTV era"...
So far, I'm only up to 1952, but I am enjoying it hugely! I hope you
I have enjoyed other streaming audio sites for years, such as
Shoutcast.com (I find baroque music to be energizing but not
distracting, and something I can have on for hours without tiring of
it). This makes a very nice change of pace, however.
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