24 Jan

Hot rod lincoln

"Hot Rod Lincoln" is a serenade by American singer-songwriter Charlie Ryan
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, first correlated in 1955. It was graphical as an answer song
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to Arkie Shibley
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's 1951 hit "Hot Rod Race
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" which expound a move in San Pedro, Los Angeles
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between two hot rod
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cars, a Ford
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and a Mercury
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, which stay fresh neck-and-neck unloosen some are contend by "a kid in a hopped-up Model A". "Hot Rod Lincoln" is sung dynasty from the orientation of this third driver, whose own hot rod is a Ford Model A
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viscosity with a Lincoln-Zephyr V12 engine
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, overdrive
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, a four-barrel carburetor
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, 4:11 gear ratio
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, and status tubes
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.
Ryan's first rockabilly
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approximation of the serenade was correlated in 1955 through Souvenir Records nether the carver last name Charley Ryan and the Livingston Bros. A second approximation was correlated in 1959 through Four Star Records
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, attributable to Charlie Ryan and the Timberline Riders. Ryan supported the picture of the eponymous
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car on his own hot rod, improved from a 1948 12-cylinder Lincoln chassis
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short two feet, with a 1930 Ford Model A viscosity fitted to it. Ryan move his hot rod once more a Cadillac sedan
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goaded by a flatmate in Lewiston, Idaho
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, dynamic up the Spiral Highway past U.S. Route 95 in Idaho
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to the top of Lewiston Hill; he incorporate weather from this move in his vocal to "Hot Rod Lincoln", but altered the conditions to Grapevine Hill (a long, about direct gathering up Grapevine Canyon
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to Tejon Pass
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, distance the burg of Gorman, California
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) to fit it inside the content of "Hot Rod Race".[citation needed
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]

A cover version
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of "Hot Rod Lincoln" was canned by country
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rocker Johnny Bond
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and correlated in 1960 through Republic Records
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, with Bond's vocal dynamic the hot rod's aircraft engine from a V12
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to a V8
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. Another aluminise version, by country rock
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cohort Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
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on heritor 1971 medium Lost in the Ozone
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, run a hit, stretch no. 9 on the Billboard charts
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, no. 7 in Canada, and presence graded no. 69 on the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 badminton of 1972
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.
In addition to Johnny Bond and Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, many other artists have recorded cover versions of "Hot Rod Lincoln" in the decades since its original release, including:

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