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Randy Crawford

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Randy Crawford: The Coming Of Age Of A Star

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 30 August 1977

PROVIDING ONE of the highlights for a recent sell-out concert in New York which featured Grover Washington Jr., was a young stylist who is quickly ...

The Crusaders: Street crusade

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 5 June 1979

B&S catches up with the Crusaders who have campaigned for jazz all over the world and whose new album is centred around 'street life'... ...

Randy Crawford: Now We May Begin (Warner Bros.)

Review by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 15 July 1980

'Last Night At Danceland'; 'Tender Falls The Rain'; 'My Heart Is Not As Young As It Used To Be'; 'Now We May Begin'; 'Blue Flame'; ...

George Benson: Give Me The Night (Warner Bros K56823); Randy Crawford: Now We May Begin (Warner Bros K56791)

Review by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, 30 August 1980

SOME WORDS of praise, late in the day, for a Warner Brother and a Warner Sister. 1980 is already George Benson's year, his commercial breakthrough. ...

Randy Crawford: Secret Combination (Warner Bros K 56904)

Review by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, 13 June 1981

CURIOUS THE way the music public keeps on discovering Randy Crawford and then losing her again. You'd have thought that having once chanced upon such ...

Randy Crawford: Cream Cracker

Interview by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, 18 July 1981

RANDY CRAWFORD is talking and laughing. She rarely does one without the other, even with the hay fever that Britain's presented to her. ...

Randy Crawford: A soul saved from the church

Profile and Interview by Richard Williams, The Times, 19 October 1981

IN A POP music market fuelled more obviously than ever by fad and fashion, the recent British success of Randy Crawford has been taken in ...

Randy Crawford: Windsong (WEA)/Roberta Flack: I’m The One (Atlantic)

Review by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, 26 June 1982

ALAS FOR these voices: they are neither souls crying in a wilderness of sorrow, nor the sensuous claimants of a pathway to the inner sanctum ...

Randy Crawford: Nightline (Warner Bros.)

Review by James Hunter, Record, February 1984

SINGER RANDY Crawford — as rightfully celebrated and well-known in Europe as she is not in her native United States — sounds like Gladys Knight, ...

Randy Crawford: Hammersmith Apollo, London

Live Review by John L. Walters, The Guardian, 12 December 2006

I'VE ALWAYS HAD A SOFT SPOT for Randy Crawford. Ever since I caught her eye backstage at a recording of Top of the Pops and ...

see also Crusaders, The


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