It’s that time again, so, if you haven’t chewed it beyond recognition, please grab your Blotto cards.
We’ve announced six songs already and the seventh to be revealed is… ‘Find The Cost Of Freedom’, which will be the 21st song featured on David’s ‘Remember That Night’ double-disc set.
Featuring the instantly-recognisable vocal harmonies of the two gentlemen above, David Crosby and Graham Nash, the song was originally recorded by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young back in 1971.
And who better than Messrs. Crosby and Nash if you’re stuck for two other singers to vote for – in addition to our David, naturally – in Q107’s Greatest Classic Rock Singers of All Time poll?
Thanks to Rudders for telling us about it. You can vote until 11 May.
‘Remember That Night’ will be in the shops in September and it’s a real beauty. It’s due for release on Monday 17 September in Europe and on Tuesday 18 September in North America.
There are 23 songs on disc one, and more extras than you can wave a big stick at on disc two.
The concert consists of songs from the Royal Albert Hall gigs only.
Please mark the ’21’ spot on your Blotto card. You are only right if you guessed that ‘Find The Cost Of Freedom’ would be the 21st song – and quite a few of you did just that. Well done to you.
But don’t get too full of yourselves. You only get to let out a valid shout of "Blotto!" if you complete an entire line. Your feeble cries leave us completely unmoved if you’ve only got one or two songs right so far, so don’t get too excited: there’s a long, long way to go yet.
The aim of Blotto is to complete a line on your card, either horizontally or vertically. You must match the song to its space (23 songs, 23 spaces). If you guess enough song/spaces to complete a full line, beat your chest with your fists and "Blotto!" like your life depends on it. That’ll move us enough to enter you into a prize draw.
Our chatroom will be open between 10AM and 12PM (UK) today.
Please also note the amendments to May’s chat schedule here.