Born in Memphis, Tennessee, tenor saxophone player and bandleader Charles Packy Axton is yet another of the uncelebrated, despite a deep pedigree and funky catalog of notable grooves. Part of the mighty Stax family through birth, Packys mother Estelle Axton and uncle Jim Stewart founded the southern R&B dynasty in the early 1960s. s Steve Cropper and Donald Duck Dunn, formed the The Mar-Keys.
First ever anthology of Charles Packy Axton. Features Stax and Hi Records legends Steve Cropper, Booker T, and Teenie Hodges LITA 067. Charles "Packy" Axton. Late Late Party, 1965-67 (LP, Comp).
Listen to music from Charles "Packy" Axton like Hole In The Wall, No Ending & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Charles "Packy" Axton. Late Late Party (1965-67). Hmm, it looks like we don't know anything about this artist!
Greasy Pumpkin 16. I'll Always Love You - (previously unreleased) 17. Late Late Party.
Late Late Party 1965-67 takes seventeen of these powerful instrumental and vocal tracks for your listening pleasure. Supplemented by Memphis-writer Andria Lisle’s extensive liner notes, unpublished photographs, and the attention to detail Light In The Attic is known for, soul fans the world over shall rejoice at the glorious re-masters and reverential CD/LP/Digital treatment. Though Packy died in 1974 after loosing his long battle with alcohol, his music is now preserved with the respect it deserves.