Posted Wed Oct 10, 2007 at 10:00 AM PDT by
Sony BMG has unveiled some impressive final specs for David Gilmour's first-ever high-def concert disc 'Remember That Night,' but also a (second) street date delay of nearly a month.
As we've previously reported, Sony had initially announced a September 18 arrival for 'David Gilmour Live: Remember That Night.' Then, only a few weeks later, the distributor unexpectedly bumped the ex-Pink Floyd tunesmith's Blu-ray debut by well over a month to October 30.
Now, in yet another push-back for the disc, Sony has announced a new November 20 street date. But the silver lining for eager fans are is set's newly-unveiled specs, which include two full discs brimming with bonus features.
Among the nearly three hours of supplements are 13 bonus tracks, five alternate versions of songs from the Royal Albert Hall performances, the "Breaking Bread, Drinking Wine" documentary, an additional "Making of 'On an Island'" featurette, 2 music videos, and a photo gallery.
Tech specs include 1080 video and Dolby TrueHD 5.1 Surround audio.
As originally announced, retail price remains $29.98.
You'll find disc details for 'Remember That Night' linked from our Blu-ray Release Schedule, where it is indexed under its new date of November 20.
(Thanks to Norm for the tip!)
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