Slim Dusty And His Country Rockers - The Pub Rock FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: The Pub Rock
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Slim Dusty And His Country Rockers – The Pub Rock. Label: Columbia – 45-DO-4110. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Written-By – Slim Dusty.
Slim Dusty's hit "A Pub With No Beer" was inspired by the Lees Hotel, Ingham. In 1951, Dusty married singer-songwriter Joy McKean and, with her help, achieved great success around Australia. In 1954, the two launched a full-time business career, including the Slim Dusty Travelling Show . Dusty recorded and released his 100th album, Looking Forward, Looking Back, in 2000 and became the first artist in worldwide commercial recording history to do so; second was Cliff Richard.
Slim Dusty was working on his 106th album when he died in 2003. Source:News Corp Australia. From a country music perspective, Dusty now holds the record for the most weeks spent in the charts, beating The Dixie Chix on 610 weeks and Johnny Cash on 605 weeks. Over the course of his nearly seven decade career, Dusty scored a staggering 37 Golden Guitar Awards and two ARIAs. At the time of his death, he was producing his 106th album for EMI. In 2007, his Australian record sales surpassed a remarkable seven million. Dusty died in 2003 aged 76 after a long battle with cancer.
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Slim Dusty passed away in 2003 after a battle with cancer. A state funeral followed, attended by Prime Minister John Howard and other dignitaries. In 2015, the Slim Dusty Centre opened in Kempsey NSW, offering fans a museum and event space themed after the singer and songwriter's impressive career. It's one of several Slim Dusty landmarks, adding to a list of fan meccas that already included his childhood home at Nulla Nulla and statues of him and McKean in Tamworth. Now Watch: Things You Didn't Know About George Jones. Things You Didn't Know About George Jones p3qEd1eN.
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Slim Dusty was one of the greatest country artists of all time. Dusty's best-loved numbers are here, including his signature song and sole international hit, "A Pub with No Beer. Other highlights include his last prominent song "Looking Forward, Looking Back" (penned by Don Walker, keyboard player for famed Aussie rockers Cold Chisel), the mateship number "Duncan," the Aussie-lingo lesson of "G'day G'day," and Slim's version of Australia's unofficial national anthem, "Waltzing Matilda
For decades, rockers have looked to country music when they grew tired of brash flash or deafening volume - or they simply heard a George Jones record that blew their heads back with its sheer devastation. Country’s core strengths - intimate storytelling, realistic adult emotion, accomplished musicianship - have appealed to artists from the Rolling Stones to Elvis Costello to Bruce Springsteen, who’ve created their own convincing versions. London pub crowds reminded him of rowdy roadhousers back in cowboy country, he told Trouser Press at the time - except they gobbed more. Steve Earle called Copperhead Road, his third album and first aimed squarely at the rock audience, "heavy-metal bluegrass. It more than lives up to that description, hitting a just-right synthesis of acoustic strumming and electric-guitar power chords (not to mention the occasional bagpipe).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||The Pub Rock
Written-By – Slim Dusty
|B||Aussie Dog House Blues
Written-By – Gordon Parsons
- Manufactured For – Columbia Graphophone (Aust.) Pty. Ltd.
- Published By – Castle Music
- Published By – Nicholson's Pty. Ltd. (Sydney)
|45-DO-4110||Slim Dusty And His Country Rockers*||The Pub Rock (7")||Columbia||45-DO-4110||Australia||1960|