Acts of Volition Radio: Session 30

Acts of Volition Radio: Session Thirty

With winter in the air, Acts of Volition Radio is back with eight great songs.

Acts of Volition Radio: Session Thirty (48MB Ogg Vorbis) (or 41MB MP3)
Eight great songs. Recorded Sunday, October 15, 2007 by Steven Garrity. Run time: 45min.

Session Thirty Playlist:

  1. Wintersleep – Weighty Ghost
  2. The Weakerthans – Utilities
  3. John Vanderslice – Karma Police (cover)
  4. Lassie Foundation – I Can Be Her Man
  5. Jill Barber – Hard Line
  6. Feist – 1234
  7. Silversun Pickups – Lazy Eye
  8. Jimmy Eat World – Big Casino

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7 thoughts on “Acts of Volition Radio: Session 30

  1. I’m fighting iTunes to grab this through its podcast interface, but while waiting on that, I’ll ask … why go with “1234” over something else off of The Reminder like, say, “Sealion” that’s just as catchy but not as well-known?

    Seeing Leslie on 20 November in Louisville. Gotta work on my stealth bootlegging rig between now and then, ’cause while she’s great about this, the venue’s not.

  2. Good question Geof. I figured that though a lot of people had heard the song as a 30 second TV ad, but a much smaller number would have actually heard it as a song – from start to a finish, without any iPods flying around.

    You have to admit, though, it is a great song.

    Also, I put the wrong URL in the RSS/Podcast feed, which probably confused iTunes. Should be fixed now.

  3. There’s no doubt that it’s a hell of a song. Hey, it’s a hell of an album, one I’d be buying after this AoV session if I didn’t already own it.

    There are some solid Feist bootlegs out there on the Internets; I’m happy to point you to them if you’d like.

  4. Looking forward to a year in review session from you Steven if you get around to it (being such a busy time of year). I’ve just finished my top 40 of the year list and now just got to put the show together for New Year’s Eve.

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