If you’re waiting for your Blotto fix, please grab your Blotto cards now.
The fourth song to be revealed is ‘On an Island’, which will be the sixth song on the concert disc.
There are 23 songs on this disc, all recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall last May. Disc two is made up of extras.
The double-DVD set, ‘Remember That Night’, will be available to buy in September. It’s due for release on Monday 17 September on the EMI label and on Tuesday 18 September on the Sony label.
Please mark the ‘6’ space on your cards appropriately. It’s only right if you guessed that ‘On An Island’ would be the sixth song.
If you need reminding, the aim of Blotto is to complete a line, either horizontally or vertically, on your Blotto card. Only correct song/space guesses will complete a line. If you guess well enough to complete a line, boldly declare “Blotto!” and we’ll enter you into a prize draw.
Good luck to all who are playing along.
The chatroom will be open between 4PM and 6PM (UK time) today, if you want to call in. Everyone’s welcome.
Here’s the latest from Stevie’s Q&A.
Thanks to everyone who sent in a question.
Was it difficult coming in to David’s band when the other members had played or worked together before? (LynnR)
I knew I had some HUGE shoes to fill, and I was pretty nervous coming into this band (who wouldn’t be?), but everyone was so welcoming, helpful and warm that all those feelings went away very quickly and we fell right into the music. I have to say that the chemistry was there from the start.
Describe David Gilmour in five. (Victor)
Renaissance Man, Great Father, Generous, Classy, A True Genius, A Gentleman… OK, that’s six.
Playing in David’s band and performing behind all those great musicians and special guests must obviously be a great thrill. Would you ever consider, when the time is right, writing a book of events as viewed by you (as Nick Mason did recently)? (Peter)
I’ve thought about writing a book about all these great experiences at some point, but I think that’s still a long way off.