Acts of Volition Radio: Session 27

Acts of Volition Radio: Session Twenty Seven

The first Acts of Volition Radio session of 2007. Warning: some of these songs might make you cry.

Acts of Volition Radio: Session Twenty Seven (44MB Ogg Vorbis) (or 42MB MP3)
A few pairs of great songs. Recorded Wednesday, February 5, 2007 by Steven Garrity. Run time: 45min.

Session Twenty Seven Playlist:

  1. The Delgados – Keep On Breathing
  2. Mike Knott – Tattoo
  3. FAIR – Cut Down Sideways
  4. Stereophonics – Rewind
  5. José González – Heartbeats
  6. Jeremy Enigk – World Waits
  7. Matt Mays – Mornin’ Sun

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12 thoughts on “Acts of Volition Radio: Session 27

  1. The Sony Bravia LCD ad, available for download. Not many companies have ads that people love that much.

    There’s actually a second one, filmed in the UK, with paint.

    Great to have a another session – I just subscribed again in iTunes. Somehow somewhere after #19 it’d dropped off my radar… oh well, back on board.

  2. Steven, while you’re at it, please check the voice level on the ogg version. I had to turn the volume way up to hear you talk. The volume level for the songs is fine, though.

  3. Thanks for the feedback. I’ve update this session with a better mix. This version fixes the double copy of Heartbeats and increases the levels on the voice a bit.

  4. Since you discussed discovering new music via TV (a much more likely scenario today then ever before!) twice on this session I was wondering if you had ever run across this very helpful site…TuneFind?
    Thanks for the show!

  5. Another fine session, Steven. Thanks for introducing me to The Delgados, Enigk, and Mays. My Amazon wishlist is now appropriately stocked for my next infusion of disposible income. 🙂

  6. Man, you’re just getting better and better at this. Awesome session.
    Did you get my email? I emailed you Quiet Inside and a Damien Rice’s song.

  7. Thanks again for the great tunes, Steven! I have to agree with Jorge: I can barely hear you talking in the Ogg version. I’m just glad you publish the playlist so I can tell who I’m listening to. 😉

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