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09. Ticket To Ride / Yes It Is (5407)
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#9-1 Ticket To Ride / Yes It Is (1st. Press "East Coast Press": 5407)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Ticket To Ride (John Lennon-Paul McCartney)
From United Artists Release "Eight Arms To Hold You"
SIDE 2
Yes It Is (John Lennon-Paul McCartney)
From United Artists Release "Eight Arms To Hold You"
RELEASE DATE
19th April 1965 / First Press
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East Coast singles pressed with labels printed by Keystone Printed Specialities Co., Inc. of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Picture sleeve: issued in straight cut top.
"Printed in U.S.A." credit was  printed on the Ticket To Ride side sleeve.
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Capitol Yellow and Orange swirl label.
All label variations mistakenly state that the songs are "From United Artists Release "Eight Arms To Hold You"".
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label label label East Coast singles pressed with labels printed by Keystone Printed Specialities Co., Inc. of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
The Capitol U.S. logo  has "REG. U.S. PAT. OFF" below the Capitol logo.
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label "MFD. BY CAPITOL RECORDS. INC., U.S.A. T.M. (logo) MARCA REG."was printed (without "subsidary") at perimeter.
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CATALOG NUMBER 5407
LABEL Capitol Yellow and Orange swirl label
MIX MONO
PRESS FACTORY
Keystone Printed Specialities Co., Inc. of Scranton, Pennsylvania
MATRIX No.
SIDE 1
45-X 45219-P1    A1  45-X 45219 (hand etched)       R  (machine stamped)
SIDE 2
45-X 45220-T2                             (hand etched)       R  (machine stamped)
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
CAPITOL RECORDS
CENTER Full size center hole
PUBLISHER'S NAME SIDE 1 Maclen Music, Inc. BMI
SIDE 2 Maclen Music, Inc. BMI
RUNNING TIME
SIDE 1 3:02
SIDE 2 2:40
PRODUCER George Martin
DCOVER DESIGN / PHOTO / NOTES
Photo: Taken at the Prince Of Wales Theatre in London on 31th. May 1964.
East Coast issued in straight cut top.
COMMENTS
First Press: Orange and yellow swirl label without "subsidary" print.

The picture sleeve features a portrait of the band in dark suits taken at the Prince Of Wales Theatre in London on 31th. May 1964.
The sleeve has a yellowish-tan background with "the BEATLES" in white at the top.
Below the group's name, the song titles appear in black on the left side and the Capitol logo and catalogue number 5407 in red to the right.

All label variations mistakenly state that the songs are "From United Artists Release "Eight Arms To Hold You"".
This erroneous statement remained on all future pressings of the single through 1978 before finally being deleted.

Nearly all of the Capitol Beatles' records were pressed by Capitol on both the East Coast and the West Coast.
1) East Coast singles pressed with labels printed by Keystone Printed Specialities Co., Inc. of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Picture sleeve: issued in straight cut top.
"PRINTED IN U.S.A." in black running vertically along the lower left side of the "Ticket To Ride" open side of the sleeve.
2) West Coast singles pressed with labels printed by Bert-Co Enterprises of Los Angeles, California. Side-1 title "Ticket To Ride" on West Coast copies is on 2 line.
Picture sleeve: issued tub cut.
3) RCA Custom
Label: With thin, tall letters.
The labels and records were prepared by RCA Custom in Rockaway, New Jersey.



#9-2 Ticket To Ride / Yes It Is (1st. Press "West Coast Press": 5407)
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#9-3 Ticket To Ride / Yes It Is (1st. Press "RCA Press": 5407)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Ticket To Ride (John Lennon-Paul McCartney)
From United Artists Release "Eight Arms To Hold You"
SIDE 2
Yes It Is (John Lennon-Paul McCartney)
From United Artists Release "Eight Arms To Hold You"
RELEASE DATE
19th April 1965 / First Press (RCA Contract Press)
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BACK --> Click!
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click!
DISK --> Click!
eight eight_back label label label
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West Coast singles pressed with labels printed by Bert-Co Enterprises of Los Angeles, California. Picture sleeve issued tub cut top on the "Ticket To Ride" side.
"PRINTED IN U.S.A." was not printed on the label.
LABEL CLOSE UP
iwant iwant
All label variations mistakenly state that the songs are "From United Artists Release "Eight Arms To Hold You"".
Side-1 title "Ticket To Ride" on West Coast copies is on 2 line.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label label West Coast singles pressed with labels printed by Bert-Co Enterprises of Los Angeles, California.
The Capitol U.S. logo  has "REG. U.S. PAT. OFF" below the Capitol logo.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label "MFD. BY CAPITOL RECORDS. INC., U.S.A. T.M. (logo) MARCA REG."was printed (without "subsidary") at perimeter.
OTHER ITEM
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CATALOG NUMBER 5407
LABEL Capitol Yellow and Orange swirl label
MIX MONO
PRESS FACTORY
Bert-Co Enterprises of Los Angeles, California
MATRIX No.
SIDE 1
RCA  45-X-45219-G6    (hand etched)     4     *  (machine stamped star)
SIDE 2
RCA  45-X 45220-G6    (hand etched)     4     *  (machine stamped star)
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
CAPITOL RECORDS
CENTER Full size center hole
PUBLISHER'S NAME SIDE 1 Maclen Music, Inc. BMI
SIDE 2 Maclen Music, Inc. BMI
RUNNING TIME
SIDE 1 3:02
SIDE 2 2:40
PRODUCER George Martin
DCOVER DESIGN / PHOTO / NOTES
Photo: Taken at the Prince Of Wales Theatre in London on 31th. May 1964.
West Coast
issued in tub cut top.
COMMENTS
First Press: Orange and yellow swirl label without "subsidary" print.

The picture sleeve features a portrait of the band in dark suits taken at the Prince Of Wales Theatre in London on 31th. May 1964.
The sleeve has a yellowish-tan background with "the BEATLES" in white at the top.
Below the group's name, the song titles appear in black on the left side and the Capitol logo and catalogue number 5407 in red to the right.

All label variations mistakenly state that the songs are "From United Artists Release "Eight Arms To Hold You"".
This erroneous statement remained on all future pressings of the single through 1978 before finally being deleted.

Nearly all of the Capitol Beatles' records were pressed by Capitol on both the East Coast and the West Coast.
1) East Coast singles pressed with labels printed by Keystone Printed Specialities Co., Inc. of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Picture sleeve: issued in straight cut top.
"PRINTED IN U.S.A." in black running vertically along the lower left side of the "Ticket To Ride" open side of the sleeve.
2) West Coast singles pressed with labels printed by Bert-Co Enterprises of Los Angeles, California. Side-1 title "Ticket To Ride" on West Coast copies is on 2 line.
Picture sleeve: issued tub cut.
3) RCA Custom
Label: With thin, tall letters.
The labels and records were prepared by RCA Custom in Rockaway, New Jersey.



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