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Randy Crawford
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Veronica "Randy" Crawford (bCrawford first performed at club gigs from Cincinnati to Saint-Tropez, but made her name in mid 1970s in New York, where she sang with jazzmenGeorge Benson and Cannonball Adderley.[2] She signed with Columbia Records and released her first single, "If You Say the Word" in 1972.[3][4]Adderley invited her to sing on his album, Big Man (1975).[5] Crawford recorded "Don't Get Caught in Love's Triangle," produced by Johnny Bristol, during her short stint on the Columbia label.[5]

In 1978, Crawford performed on the second solo album of former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett. She sang vocals on "Hoping Love Will Last", the opening song on side two of Please Don't Touch.[6]

She led R&B veterans The Crusaders on the transatlantic hit "Street Life" (1979).[2] This song stayed atop the U.S. jazz chart for twenty weeks and has since become both a rare groove and disco classic.[citation needed] It was featured in the soundtrack for the film, Sharky's Machine,[5] and appeared in commercials in the early 2000s. She moved to Warner Bros. and after "Street Life," recorded and toured Europe with the Crusaders. Crawford was named the 'Most Outstanding Performer' at the 1980 Tokyo Music Festival.[5]orn February 18, 1952, MaconGeorgia