|A1||Hot Rod Lincoln|
|A2||Side Car Cycle|
|A3||Hot Rod Hades
Written-By – C. Ryan*, L. Sullivan , W.S. Stevenson
|A5||Hot Rod Harley|
|A6||I Married The Gal (With The Cycle)|
|B1||Hot Rod Race
Written-By – G. Wilson*
|B2||The Doggone Recession
Written-By – C. Ryan*, Barnhill*, Stevenson*
|B3||Thru The Mill|
|B4||Chicken House Boogie|
|B5||The Dart And The Lincoln|
Written-By – N. Livingston*, W.S. Stevenson
|LP 751||Charlie Ryan||Hot Rod (LP, Album, Mono)||Regency||LP 751||Canada||1961|
|751||Charlie Ryan||Hot Rod (LP, RE)||King Records||751||US||Unknown|
|KS-12-751-A/B||Charlie Ryan||Hot Rod (LP, Album)||King Records||KS-12-751-A/B||US||1961|
Hot Rod Lincoln Charlie Ryan & The Timberline Riders. All Oft He Lights Kanye West Ft. Alicia Keys, Charlie Wilson, Elly Jackson Of La Roux, Elton John, Fergie, John Legend, Kid Cudi, Rihanna, Ryan Leslie, The-Dream & Tony Williams. All Of The Lights (Shouts) Kanye West Ft. John Legend, The-Dream, Ryan Leslie, Tony Williams, Charlie Wilson, Elly Jackson, Alicia Keys, Fergie, Kid Cudi, Rihanna & Elton John. All Of The Lights (2010) Kanye West Feat
Charlie Ryan (2) – Hot Rod. Label: King Records (3) – 751. Format: Vinyl, LP, Reissue. This is a mid 1970s King/Gusto reissue of an album which was originally released in 1961. It retains the same catalogue number as the original and the sleeve appears to be an exact copy of the original. The labels on the reissue are light orange with black print and with a "K" logo at the to. he words "Distributed by Gusto. Records 220 Boscobel St. Nashville, Tenn, 37213" appear at the bottom of both labels. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
Hot Rod Lincoln (2:44). Albums (current section). Country & Western Classics. 32 tracks · 23 November 2014. Jukebox Favourites: Best of Rockabilly. 88 tracks · 20 May 2012. Early Soul and Jazz Recordings. 48 tracks · 19 January 2017.
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Charles Ryan (December 19, 1915 in Graceville, Minnesota – February 16, 2008 in Spokane, Washington) was an American singer and songwriter, best known for co-writing and first recording the rockabilly hit single "Hot Rod Lincoln". Ryan grew up in Polson, Montana and moved to Spokane in 1943. He served in the United States Army during The Korean War. After the war, he worked as a musician and songwriter, touring with artists such as Jim Reeves and Johnny Horton