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‘Fab Four’ anthology to hit Lincoln stores today
By Patrick Hambrecht
Music stores and radio stations all
over Lincoln are ready for the release
of the “Beatles Anthology I” album
Best Buy, 400 N. 48 St., is offering
a free combination of two exclusive
Beatles items, a photo book and an
interview compact disc, with every
$22.99 CD sold.
Best Buy began selling the com
pact disc early this morning during a
special store opening from midnight
to 1 a.m.
Homer’s said the CD would be
priced at $19.99. The Homer’s loca
tion on 61st and O streets planned to
begin selling the CD this morning at 6
a.m., accompanied by a live broadcast
from the Eagle station’s morning ra
dio program, “Joe and Timmo.”
At Camelot Music in Gateway Mall,
$26.96 CDs can be reserved for $5.
With that reservation, a 10 percent
discount card will be given out, good
on all Beatles merchandise until De
Although the compact disc set of
“They wish they had
released more tracks
with the new song. It’s a
pretty special thing. ”
DJ KFRX 102.7
the new Beatles album went on sale
last night, the vinyl version won’t be
available until early December.
And even then, said Stuart Kolnick,
owner of Recycled Sounds, the vinyl
edition probably won’t be very easy to
“If a store orders a 1,000 copies of
the vinyl album set, they may get 50,”
Kolnick said. “And if they order less
than a 1,000, they may be in trouble.”
Kolnick said Recycled Sounds will
be celebrating the new release by dis
playing rare Beatles albums and unique
Beatles film footage for customers.
Just like the Eagle, other radio sta
tions are joining the Beatles nostalgia
Paul Powers, DJ for KJFRX, 102.7
FM, said listeners have been calling
his station often, asking about the new
Beatles’ song “Free as a Bird.”
“People have been calling in, ask
ing for more details,” he said. “They
wish they had released more tracks
with the new song. It’s a pretty special
Nick Wiltgen, a sophomore broad
casting major working at KFRX, said
on what format radio stations should
play the new song was a small emerg
A radio trade magazine, the Top40
Airplay Monitor, recently published
an article questioning whether the new
Beatles song belonged on radio sta
tions aimed at younger audiences,
Thesong, which will likelybeahit,
would be the first Beatles song in the
top 40 since the movie “Ferris
Bueller’s Day Off’ featured the song
“Twist and-Shout,” Powers said.
Emotional fans laud 'great song’
The first airing of the new
Beatles song “Free As a Bird”
touched off a second round of
Beatlemania — this time minus
the screaming fans. The new al
bum arrived at stores Monday
under extraordinarily tight secu
Radio stations, even all-news
stations, aired the new song inces
santly and many music stores
across the country stayed open
past midnight this morning to start
selling the album on its official
release date today.
“A lot of Beatles fans have
called to say how emotional it is to
listen to it,” said Andre Gardner,
program director at New York
City’s WXRK-FM, which played
the song every hour. “Even if
they’re not Beatles fans, they’re
calling to say it’s a great song.”
“I walked in the door this morn
ing and had three calls before 1
could put my purse down. The
phone hasn ’t stopped ringing since
then,” said Karen Aamodt, clerk
at the Music Disc store in Denver.
“Free As a Bird” was first
broadcast Sunday night during
ABC-TV’s airing of a documen
tary on the band, which split up in
1970. On the basis of overnight
ratings, ABC estimated 47 mil
lion people watched the show.
The Beatles’ first appearance on
the “Ed Sullivan Show” in 1964
drew 73 million viewers.
The midtempo ballad was
originally recorded on a home
cassette player in 1977 by the late
John Lennon, Paul McCartney,
George Harrison and Ringo Starr
added their voices, instruments
and new lyrics.
With Harrison’s slide guitar
and production by Jeff Lynne, its
sound owes as much to the Trav
eling Wilburys as the Beatles. The
composition is reminiscent of
Lennon’s 1970 solo song “Love,”
and Harrison’s Beatles elegy, “All
Those Years Ago.”
_— Associated Press
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Parking Advisory Committee
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(Room will be posted)
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Students In Free Enterprise/
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Union, room to be posted. Business Attire.
Congratulations to the new executive officers:
President: Danielle Brester, Vice-President: Julie
Lankas, Fraternity Educator: Mamey Monson, Rush Di
rector: Amy Boe, Treasurer: Amy Heacock, Scholarship
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