Slim Dusty [music videos]

David Gordon Kirkpatrick, commonly known as “Slim Dusty”, was an Australian country music singer and songwriter. He was born on 13 June 1927 in Kempsey, New South Wales, to a farming family; he died at the age of 76 at his home in St Ives, New South Wales, on 19 September 2003. Slim Dusty produced over 100 albums; his 1957 recording of “A Pub With No Beer” reached #1 in the singles charts, and his 1980 recording of “Duncan” also reached #1.

Slim Dusty – Clancy of the Overflow


Slim Dusty – Duncan (“I’d love to have a beer with Duncan”)


Slim Dusty – Every Little Bit of Australia


Slim Dusty – G’day Blue


Slim Dusty – G’day G’day


Slim Dusty – I’m Going Back Again to Yarrawonga


Slim Dusty – Kokoda


Slim Dusty – The Man From Snowy River


Slim Dusty – My Dad was a Roadtrain Man


Slim Dusty – Old Bush Barbecue


Slim Dusty – A Pub With No Beer


Slim Dusty – Send ’Er Down, Hughie!


Slim Dusty – Singer from Down Under


Slim Dusty – Waltzing Matilda


Slim Dusty – When the Rain Tumbles Down in July


Slim Dusty – Your Country’s Been Sold


References and further information:
Slim Dusty, Wikipedia (accessed 28 September 2012)
Slim Dusty discography, Wikipedia (accessed 28 September 2012)
Slim Dusty, Slim Dusty Enterprises (accessed 28 September 2012)
Slim’s top 100: The official 100 Slim Dusty albums (and some!), Slim Dusty Enterprises (accessed 28 September 2012)
Slim the man, The Slim Dusty Centre Project (accessed 28 September 2012)
Australia’s first hit single ‘a pub with no beer’ turns 50 years old , The Slim Dusty Centre Project (accessed 28 September 2012)
Forum – ARIA Charts: Special Occasion Charts – Chart Positions Pre 1989 Part 3, Australian-Charts.com (accessed 28 September 2012)
Annette Fielding-Jones. “They follow the sun — to work, The Australian Women’s Weekly (Sydney, NSW), Wednesday 23 April 1958, page 41
Slim Dusty: The boy who lived his dream, The Age (Melbourne, Vic.), 21 September 2003 (accessed 28 September 2012)

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