crone mama wrote:I've been listening ever since I read about Radio Druid - Love it!! Now if I can just figure out a way to hook up the computer to my stereo speakers I will be totally happy - I've been wearing out the few Druid CD's that I own so now I can listen to lots of new stuff - thanks so much Ambariius, it's been so good of you to put something like this together and I for one fully appreciate all the time and efforts you have put into it. Blessinsgs, Crone Mama (BTW, I listen from New Zealand)
ambariius wrote:Changes at Radio Druid
Canada is about to enact new copyright legislation that heavily favours the record industry and could potentially open hobbiests such as myself to litigation. While internet radio is a gray area in the legislation, my reasearch shows that I may be at risk if I continue to broadcast commercial music.
http://radio.blogware.com/blog/_archive ... 74157.html
So screw em'.
Starting ASAP, I am going to pull all the commercial music from Radio Druid and just play stuff by OBODies and others who have given me permission to play their songs.
This will mean my playlist loop will drop from about 26 hours to about 2, but hopefully some more druid-types will send me some material (songs/poems/spoken word/commentary/interviews with your cat) and I can start to build up the list again.
This is a good thing...Fleetwood Mac gets enough airplay, Jack Sharpe does not, so if you have something you want to air and have dozens of people a day hear you...PM me!
ambariius wrote:I'm blown away by how many good artists we have here....Jim Faupel, Explorer, Potia, Dahm The Bard, Jack Sharpe, Paul Mitchel, The Tenants in KNR's Building....send me more!
Mey wrote:How about reading poetry (Eiseddfod winners maby) between the songs that are played? If I win with my Anam Cara poem I can record it and mail it to you!
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