|1||Yes It Is||2:40|
|2||Ticket To Ride||3:02|
|R 5265||The Beatles||Ticket To Ride (7", Single, Mono)||Parlophone||R 5265||UK||1965|
|4KM-44307||The Beatles||Ticket To Ride (Cass, Single, RE, XDR)||Capitol Records, Apple Records||4KM-44307||US||1992|
|R 5265||The Beatles||Ticket To Ride / Yes It Is (7", Single, RP, All)||Parlophone||R 5265||Sweden||1969|
|O 22 950, 45-O-29 540||The Beatles||Ticket To Ride (7", Single)||Odeon, Odeon||O 22 950, 45-O-29 540||Germany||1965|
|1C 006-04 458 M||The Beatles||Ticket To Ride / Yes It Is (7", Single, RE)||Odeon||1C 006-04 458 M||Germany||1976|
- Written-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney
"From the United Artists Release 'Eight Arms To Hold You'"
Dark green Apple label with "Mfd. by Apple" on full side of label.
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): 45-X45219
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): 45-X45220
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 45-45219-F12
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 45-45220 F12
- Manufactured By – Apple Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester
- Published By – Maclen Music, Inc.
Music video by The Beatles performing Ticket To Ride. 2015 Calderstone Productions Limited a division of Universal Music Group, Subafilms Ltd. Issued as a single in April 1965, it became the Beatles' seventh consecutive number 1 hit in the United Kingdom and their third consecutive number 1 hit and sixth in total in the United States, and similarly topped national charts in Canada, Australia and Ireland. The song was included on their 1965 album Help Recorded at EMI Studios in London in February that year, the track. The Beatles Box Versions - Ticket To Ride. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ticket To Ride as made famous by The Beatles. Ticket To Ride. I think I'm gonna be sad, I think it's today, yeah The girl that's drivin' me mad, Is goin' away. She's got a ticket to ride, She's got a ticket to rihihihide She's got a ticket to ride, but she don't care. She said that living with me, Is bringin' her down yeah For she would never be free when I was around. She's got a ticket to ride, She's got a ticket to rihihihide, She's got a ticket to ride, but she don't care. I don't know why she's ridin' so high, She oughtta think twice, She oug. She had a ticket to ride, and the driver wouldn't let her on, John said. So she climbed up the back of the bus and went to the very top. riding high on the bus. Sal from Bardonia , NyI like this song a lot it has a very early use of drone before the Kinks and way before the Velvet Underground. Tom Mccafferty from Burnaby, CanadaTicket To Ride should have been on the American Beatles VI album. Not the Help album. With the release of Capitol Versions 2, I ripped and burned that way. Notice to Apple Corp and EMI, I am not going to sell it. Ticket to Ride is a song by The Beatles from their 1965 album, Help. It was recorded 15 February 1965 at Abbey Road Studios and released two months later. In 2004, this song was ranked number 384 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. Lennon said that McCartney's contribution was limited to the way Ringo played the drums. McCartney said that was an incomplete response, and that we read more. Ticket to Ride. Rey Guerra, Orquesta Sinfonica Nacionale. Ticket To Ride was the first song to be released from Help, The Beatles fifth album. The bands performance of the song, filmed on the ski slopes in Austria, was one of the highlights of the Help film. The song was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, although the precise nature of their contributions has been disputed. In his authorised biography, published in 1994, McCartney claimed Ticket To Ride to have been a more collaborative effort. We wrote the melody together you can hear on the record, Johns taking the melody and Im singing harmony with it. Wed often work those out as we wrote them. It was featured on their album Help. It was released as a single in 1965, with Yes It Is as its B-side. The new year saw a change in the Beatles and George Martin's recording technique. They would rehearse new songs in the studio with the tapes running. Once they felt they had reached perfection, the tapes would be spooled back and proper takes would be recorded over the rehearsals, resulting in