Slim Dusty & Shorty Ranger Men From Nulla Nulla
February 19, 2001: Slim Dusty returned to his 2nd home, the recording studio, last week to record with his old friend & mate Shorty Ranger. The sessions took place at Slims "Columbia Lane" recording Studios and were the realisation of a dream. "We have been thinking about doing this for a while but with the 100th album things just got to busy" Slim said "But it was great to be able to finally do it. We have such a long history together and it was very important to me to get some songs done before we head back out on the road"
Tracklisting: The Men From Nulla Nulla, Riding Through The Valley In Spring, Far Grandest Homestead Of All, Good Old Days, Dry Weather Wind, Easy Goin' Drifter, Willy Willy, Ten Golden Rules, Old Kentucky Rig, Song Of The MacLeay, The Old Rusty Bell, Answer To The Old Rusty Bell, Somewhere Up In Queensland, Joy Bells In Your Heart, Heaven Country Style, My Old Aussie Homestead, Ballad Of Port Macquarie, Somebody's Mother, The Paper Boy, Somebody's Mother Tonight, Rose Of Red River Valley, Winter Winds