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Magda Zalejska - Alex Crawford photoshoot  Girls

Posted by guasman at June 14, 2016
Magda Zalejska - Alex Crawford photoshoot

Magda Zalejska - Alex Crawford photoshoot
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Richie Cole & Hank Crawford Quintet - Bossa International (1987) {Milestone MCD-9180-2 rel 1990}

Richie Cole & Hank Crawford Quintet - Bossa International (1987) {Milestone MCD-9180-2 rel 1990}
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© 1987, 1990 Milestone / Fantasy | MCD-9180-2
Jazz / Bebob / Saxophone

Richie Cole meets up with fellow altoist Hank Crawford on a spirited concert set. With guitarist Emily Remler, bassist Marshall Hawkins and drummer Victor Jones, Cole and Crawford romp on such numbers as "Confirmation," "Fantasy Blues," "Samba De Orpheus" and "Cherokee." This jam session date has its exciting moments and is easily recommended to bebop fans.

Michael Crawford - The Very Best Of Michael Crawford (2004)  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 18, 2017
Michael Crawford - The Very Best Of Michael Crawford (2004)

Michael Crawford - The Very Best Of Michael Crawford (2004)
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Vocal Pop, Stage & Screen | EMI / Virgin #7243 8 75389 2 4 / VTCD 685

Most popular to theater audiences from his title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's version of The Phantom of the Opera, Michael Crawford was in fact a star of the British stage and screen for almost two decades before that. Born in Wiltshire, England, in 1942, he began singing in the school choir and, while still a teenager, changed his name from Dumble-Smith to the more charismatic Crawford and began working in radio, television, and film. After first stepping on the London stage in the early '60s, Crawford's first regular television series was the BBC's 1960s show Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life…

Kathy Crawford - s/t (1999)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Jan. 28, 2017
Kathy Crawford - s/t (1999)

Kathy Crawford - s/t (1999)
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Genre: pop

Kathy Crawford is the self-titled debut album by American pop singer Kathy Crawford. She collaborated with her husband, who played all of the instruments. This is believed to be her only disc.

Randy Crawford - The Very Best Of Randy Crawford (1993)  Music

Posted by Designol at Dec. 9, 2016
Randy Crawford - The Very Best Of Randy Crawford (1993)

Randy Crawford - The Very Best Of Randy Crawford (1993)
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Soul, Contemporary R&B | Label: Warner Bros. | # 9548-31891-2 | Time: 01:15:53

Randy (born Veronica Crawford) is a brilliant American soul singer who had a UK top five hit (Street life) as un-credited vocalist with the Crusaders in 1973, then had two UK top five hits (One day I'll fly away, Almaz) in the eighties as a solo singer. Randy never achieved this level of success in her homeland. Apart from those three major hits, Randy had two other UK top twenty hits (You might need somebody, Rainy night in Georgia) and several minor hits, three of which (Imagine, Secret combination, One hello) are included here. Most of the songs here are originals but, with her outstanding voice, Randy is a great interpreter of other people's songs, as this collection shows. This collection truly is the very best of Randy Crawford, one of the finest soul singers there has ever been.
Hank Crawford - Mr. Blues (1967) {2013 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit Remaster}

Hank Crawford - Mr. Blues (1967) {2013 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit Remaster}
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© 1967, 2013 Atlantic / Warner Japan / WEA / Rhino | WPCR-27470 | Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series
Jazz / Hard Bop / Soul Jazz / Jazz Blues / Saxophone

Features 24 bit remastering and comes with a mini-description. When Ray Charles' musical director has the words "blues" and "soul" in large type on the covers of his own releases, there's a strong chance that's what the listener will find inside. The Mr. Blues set from 1968 is Crawford and a small horn section playing rocking blues riffs with a crack rhythm section. Instrumental R&B doesn't get much hipper. Crawford's tough but lyrical sound – informed by a bebopper's command and facility – is tailor-made for this blues-charged music. Highlights include the title track, a cool, finger-popping "Route 66," a sleazy, churning "Lonely Avenue," and a couple of no-nonsense Crawford originals. A middle-of-the road "On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)" is the only departure from the set's satisfyingly gritty feel.
Ahmad Jamal - Trio and Quintet Recordings With Ray Crawford (2016) {2CD  Él-Cherry Red rec 1955-61}

Ahmad Jamal - Trio and Quintet Recordings With Ray Crawford (2016) {2CD Él-Cherry Red rec 1955-61}
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© 1955-61, 2016 Él / Cherry Red Records | ACMEMD309CD
Jazz / Cool / Chamber Jazz / Piano / Guitar

The complete, legendary recordings made by Ahmad Jamal with the guitarist Ray Crawford in Trio and Quintet context. ‘Listen to the way Jamal uses space. He lets it go so that you can feel the rhythm section and the rhythm section can feel you. It’s not crowded. Ahmad is one of my favourites. I live until he makes another record.’ Miles Davis, 1958. The complete, legendary recordings made by Ahmad Jamal with the guitarist Ray Crawford in Trio and Quintet context. Jamal’s trios are considered to be amongst the most important in the history of jazz, creating unique articulations of space, openness and light, which still seem so far ahead of their time and which made such a profound impression on Miles Davis and his arranger, Gil Evans.
Hank Crawford - More Soul & The Soul Clinic 1960/1961 (2012) 24-Bit Digitally Remastered

Hank Crawford - More Soul & The Soul Clinic 1960/1961 (2012) 24-Bit Digitally Remastered
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Genre: Soul Jazz / Swing / Jazz-Funk | Country: USA | Label: Fresh Sound Records| FSR-CD 685

This inspired and talented group under the leadership of altoist/arranger Hank Crawford, is the Ray Charles band, minus Ray. But it is also a striking unit in its own right. The big-little-band sound on these two exciting albums, "More Soul" and "The Soul Clinic," is compellingly arranged and orchestrated, equally arresting on incendiary, swinging up-tempo performances as it is on blues-drenched ballads. And it provides a frame for notably lyrical and melodic soloists.

Hank Crawford - Wildflower (1973) {1987 CBS Associated}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at May 10, 2016
Hank Crawford - Wildflower (1973) {1987 CBS Associated}

Hank Crawford - Wildflower (1973) {1987 CBS Associated}
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Genre: jazz, jazz soul, jazz funk

Wildflower is the 1973 album by jazz musician Hank Crawford. This was released by the CBS Associated label in 1987, which was Columbia Records' digital output for some releases before they had a proper reissue department. This was also the first digital release for this album. The CD was manufactured in Japan.
Figures of Harmony:  Songs of Codex Chantilly C. 1390 - Ferrara Ensemble, Crawford Young (2015) {4CD Outhere Music-Arcana A382}

Figures of Harmony: Songs of Codex Chantilly C. 1390 - Ferrara Ensemble, Crawford Young (2015) {4CD Outhere Music-Arcana A382}
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© 2015 Outhere Music / Arcana | A382
Classical / Medieval / Early Music / Vocal Music / Chamber Music / Instrumental

Presented in a stylish 4-CD box set, here is a comprehensive recording of one of the most enigmatic manuscripts in the history of European music, preserved in the museum at the Château de Chantilly, France. ‘Anything that can be sung, can be written in music notation,’ claimed an anonymous treatise on notation in the late fourteenth century. The harmonies thus ‘captured’ on parchment represent an apex in Western music, associated with the wealthiest courts in Christendom, called ‘decadent’ by some.