|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|6||The Day That Anastasia Romanoff Died||2||Audio||1976||Charisma|
|7||Natural Gas||2||Audio||1972||Maple Annie|
|8||Born On A Beautiful Day||2||Audio||1972||Maple Annie|
|10||Born On A Beautiful Day||4||Audio||1972-09-00||Blue Mountain|
|11||Born On A Beautiful Day / Come With Me||2||Audio||1972||Ariola|
Singer, songwriter and producer, born 24 October 1948 in Leeds, England, died 29 November 1992 in London, England.
Best known as songwriter of "Eloise", a 1968 hit song for his twin brother [a=Barry Ryan], "Who Put The Lights Out?" and "I Will Drink The Wine". He lived and worked in the USA for most of the 1970s.
Paul Ryan is a son of singer [a=Marion Ryan].