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I would like to get a list of all online radio stations that only play Jewish music. Absolutely no Kol Isha, please (or better yet, specify which one's do have Kol Isha so that women will know).

I'll start off with a few I know of... Please feel free to chip in.

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Your radio is a women? –  Double AA Jun 12 at 22:41
    
@DoubleAA I guess you're saying that there's something wrong with the grammar, but I can't see it. –  yydl Jun 13 at 0:35
    
Your question implies your radio can produce Kol Isha. I had never heard of a female radio. Where'd you get it? –  Double AA Jun 13 at 4:56
    
@DoubleAA Radio station. Not radio itself. –  yydl Jun 13 at 20:47
    
Oh. So you're going to go to the station? –  Double AA Jun 13 at 23:17
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here https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3806967/radio/radio2.m3u8 is a list of jewish religios stations.

most of them have music, many also shiurim.

if you're looking for a good player, from my experience, aimp3 (http://www.aimp.ru/) is the best internet radio player on windows.

enjoy

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http://www.JewishMusicStream.com

They even have an option to allow you to request a specific song from their library.

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Yes. But, are you sure it's run by Mostly Music? –  yydl May 29 at 3:22
    
@yydl You know, I always just assumed it was, since all the songs link to Mostly Music. But it looks more like JewishBroadcast (one of the ones you mentioned) is the one they run. I'll edit my post accordingly. –  Salmononius2 May 29 at 3:36
    
Yep. If I had to guess they link to them for advertising purposes... –  yydl May 29 at 3:37
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