Ticket to Ride is the first studio album by American music duo Carpenters. At the time of its initial release in 1969, it was issued under the title Offering, with a completely different cover photo. It was a commercial failure and produced only one minor hit single, a ballad version of the Lennon-McCartney song "Ticket to Ride". After the Carpenters' subsequent breakthrough, however, the album was reissued internationally under the name Ticket to Ride and sold moderately.
Carpenters – Ticket To Ride. Label: A&M Records – SP 4205, A&M Records – SP-4205. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. It was re-designed and re-titled and released in 1970 as "Ticket To Ride". Karen Carpenter played Electric Bass on two songs according to the back cover, but the songs are not specified. Side A: SP-4309 Side B: SP-4310.
Ticket To Ride" lyrics. The Carpenters Lyrics. I think I'm gonna be sad I think it's today Yeh The boy that's driving me mad is going away. He's got a ticket to ride He's got a ticket to ride He's got a ticket to ride and he don't care. He said that living with me was bringing him down Yeh He would never be free when I was around. Don't know why he's riding so high He oughta do right
Produced by Jack Daugherty. Ticket To Ride Lyrics. I think I'm going to be sad I think it's today, yeah The boy that's driving me mad Is going away. He said that living with me Was bringing him down, yeah He would never be free When I was around. He's got a ticket to ride He's got a ticket to ride He's got a ticket to ride And he don't care
Features Song Lyrics for Carpenters's Ticket To Ride album. Carpenters Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Carpenters Lyrics.
In some ways, Ticket to Ride is the Carpenters' most interesting album, for it contains a range of interests and sounds that were modified or abandoned on subsequent albums. The lushly orchestrated "Someday" is a brilliant showcase for Richard's arranging skills and the most dramatic side of Karen's voice - it points the way toward songs like "Crescent Noon" on the next album, and although that highly dramatic sound proved a blind alley, it did result in some ravishing performances by the duo.
Carpenters - Ticket to ride. Album: The Singles 1969 - 1973, 1973. Carpenters Ticket To Ride.
|A2||Your Wonderful Parade||2:57|
|A5||All Of My Life||3:00|
|B1||Ticket To Ride||4:10|
|B2||Don't Be Afraid||2:05|
|B3||What's The Use||2:43|
|B4||All I Can Do||1:42|
|B6||Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing||4:15|
|SP 4205||Carpenters||Offering (LP, Album)||A&M Records||SP 4205||US||1969|
|POCM-1809||Carpenters||Ticket To Ride (CD, Album, RE)||A&M Records||POCM-1809||Japan||1993|
|UICY 25294||Carpenters||Ticket To Ride (CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM)||A&M Records||UICY 25294||Japan||2012|
|ORL 8021||Carpenters||Ticket To Ride (LP, Album)||A&M Records||ORL 8021||Italy||1975|
|SP 4205, SP-4205||Carpenters||Ticket To Ride (LP, Album)||A&M Records, A&M Records||SP 4205, SP-4205||US||1970|