It will be out in many parts of Europe next week: on Monday 26 November.
As it’s only being released in Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Sweden, the UK and the Ukraine, we’d like to remind you that there are only three regions on Planet Blu-ray (click here for a helpfully-coloured map):
Region A covers North, Central and South America; North and South Korea; Japan and South East Asia.
Region B covers Europe, Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East.
Region C covers China, Russia, India… and pretty much everywhere else.
So, just because there’s no local release in, say, France or Italy, this does not mean that French and Italian fans cannot play a disc from neighbouring Austria or Germany. It’s still Region B.
Likewise, just because there’s no local release in Brazil or Canada, this does not mean that the discs on sale in the US are of no use. They’re still Region A.
With your help, I’d like to compile a list of shops and sites where you can get a copy of ‘Remember That Night’ for your region, albeit through the post. If you can recommend any retailers, please do.
Anthill, providers of David’s official merchandise, say they will be stocking both Region A and Region B Blu-ray discs soon, but consumer choice is never a bad thing.
Here’s more from Phil Taylor, whose book you shall be able to purchase in the larger UK Borders stores from next week. Please contact your local branch to check that they stock it before venturing out.
Good luck if you’re hopeful of winning and thank you very, very much for all your bids.
Has there ever been a major catastrophe that you have been blamed for when, in actual fact, it was human error? (Ripper)
Are you suggesting that I am not human?
Has David ever gotten/been given, the ‘wrong’ guitar during a gig? (Penny)
Not that I recall, but I have gone on stage to give him the correct guitar for the next song and he has decided to keep using the one he already has.
Thinking along the lines of outdoor concerts such as Knebworth ’90, has the rain ever caused any serious damage to any of David’s guitars? (IMcK)
No, I dry them off immediately before putting them away. The only one I can think of is a Baby Taylor acoustic that David left out in his garden overnight in the damp after a campfire party that rather changed shape.