Gary S. Paxton | How's His Memory Doing Today

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How's His Memory Doing Today

by Gary S. Paxton

Gary S. Paxton has written or co-written over 2000 songs. Approximately 600 of them have been recorded. Gary has had Number 1 Hits and multiple Chart Hits, including Alley Oop and Monster Mash.
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Gary has had Number 1 Hits and multiple Chart Hits, in Rock & Roll, Country, R & B and Gospel... His biggest Rock & Roll hit, Monster Mash, has sold many millions, it was #1 in 1962, a hit again in 1967 and again in 1974 and is in many hit compilation LP's including the Beach Boys.
"Alley - Oop" (Gary was the Artist, Co-Producer and Publisher, Dallas Frazier was the Writer).
"Cherry Pie" (Gary was the Artist/Producer, Marvin Phillips was the writer).
"It Was I" (This was Gary's first million seller, and was written by Gary when he was 16).
Gary was Flip of Skip & Flip (Gary was Artist, Producer & Writer). Plus many more Rock & Roll Chart Hits. Note: Gary was in Hollywood from 1959 to 1970. He owned 5 Studios and Produced or Co-Produced over 1000 Artist's (Approximately 300 of them from Canada). While in Hollywood he Produced such Artists as the Hollywood Argyles, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Mark Lindsey, Leon Russell & David Gates, Richard (Louie, Louie) Berry, The Innocents. Gary helped produce The Association, Tommy Roe and countless numbers of other Rock & Roll Artists.
Gary has Produced or Co-Produced many Jazz Greats, such as The Four Freshmen, Pete Candoli, Barney Kessell, Dick Contino, Myron Floren and many others.
When Gary was in Bakersfield, he Produced the Gosdin Brothers, Michale Martin Murphy, and many other country stars in his 2 Studios.
Currently Gary is still writing and producing hits along with his long-time co-writer and co-producer Jim Lusk. Together they have revived the Hollywood Argyles and recorded numerous Gospel songs.


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