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Bullseye - Charles ;Packy; Axton* - Late Late Party • 1965-67 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Charles ‘Packy’ Axton – Late Late Party (CD/LP) Baseball Project – Volume 1: Frozen Ropes (LP) Beirut – Rip Tide (CD/LP each store has a few of the limited, clear-vinyl edition) Big Troubles – Sad Girls (7″) Black Lips – Million Thousand (LP reissue) Black Lips – Good Bad Not Evil (LP reissue).
  2. The story of Packy Axton, son of Stax records co-founder, Estelle Axton is well known from Rob Bowman's Book "Soulsville, USA". Also well known is the early death of Packy Axton from alcoholism and the Stax "bootleg" "Hole in the Wall" recorded by Booker T. and part of the M.G.s in LA under mysterious circumstances and released on the Pure Soul label.5/5(5).
  3. Various Artists. Different artists/interpreters on a CD, Vinyl LP, 7ich Singe Either as a theme compilation or as Greates Hits, Best of, Singles Collections etc.
  4. In the vast netherworld of soul there are countless characters that reside on the fringe, their significant contributions to American music history long forgotten. Born in Memphis, Tennessee, tenor saxophone player and bandleader Charles “Packy” Axton is yet another of the uncelebrated, despite a deep pedigree and funky catalogue of notable grooves.
  5. Aug 31,  ·   Late Late Party: (LITA CD , ) brings together seventeen slices of greasy, delicious, deep Southern soul by largely unknown artists like The Martinis, Stacy Lane, L.H. and the Memphis Sounds and The Pac-Keys.   What do they all have in common?   It’s the sound of Packy Axton, wailing on his saxophone to wake the neighbors!
  6. Charles 'Packy' Axton Late Late Party, Light In The Attic. Holiday Cheer - The Martinis; Bullseye - The Martinis; Hung Over - The Martinis; No Ending - Stacy Lane; House Full Of Rooms - L.H. And The Memphis Sounds; Stone Fox - The Pac-Keys; Hole In The Wall - The Packers; South American Robot - The Martinis; Dig In - The Pac-Keys; Out.
  7. Almost reaching the top of the R&B and pop charts in with the classic “Last Night,” friction caused by Packy’s party going ways caused a split. It wasn’t until that the wild child had another national instrumental hit on his hands, “ Hole In The Wall ” by the Packers, chronicled by Light In The Attic Records in the first ever compilation of Axton’s work: Late Late Party
  8. Charles Packy Axton & Others Light In The Attic Light In The Attic (label) Soul (CD, LP) One of the greatest and most historically important compilations ever put together by our friends at Light In The Attic – the first ever (!!!) anthology devoted to Stax sax great Charles "Packy" Axton!

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