Ticket To Ride   b/w   Yes It Is

The Beatles
Ticket To Ride
Ticket To Ride
Label Parlophone
Catalogue No. R 5265
Recording Details 2 Takes on 15th February 1965
One should note though that the "Takes" were not as counted on previous recordings, in that now the new recording techniques allowed a basic backing track to be laid down, with many overdubs, voices, and additional instrumentation added onto the initial "take".
Take 1 was a false start, the full mix being prepared over Take 2.
Release Date 9th April 1965
U.K. Chart Detail :
Entry Date :15th April 1965
Highest Position :1 ... for 3 weeks from 22nd April
Weeks in Chart :
12 Weeks
  2 Weeks from 20th April '85 (reached no. 70)
14 weeks in total
Detail : The ninth official EMI release.
Ticket To Ride was the first Beatles recording to break the three-minute barrier.

No significant label changes, or versions of this disc at all, all originals should look as above.
Although, remember that "KT" tax coding I mentioned in "Love Me Do", look where it is on my copy of this one.

And below, the picture disc version released in England as part of the,
"It Was Twenty Years Ago" series, on 9th April 1985.

Picture Disc(A) Picture Disc(B)
The Picture Disc A-side The Picture Disc B-side

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