American songwriter, keyboard player, singer and producer. Born c.1940, died in 1988, related to Bernell Crawford. An acclaimed producer at Atlantic records who worked with artists such as The Mighty Clouds Of Joy, Candi Staton and B.B. King. His production credits are often alongside Brad Shapiro or Earl Young.
As a songwriter he is best known for Candi Staton's "Young Hearts Run Free" (1976) and Linda Lyndell's "Whatta Man" (1968) - remade in 1994 by Salt 'N' Pepa and En Vogue.
Note: Crawford sold many of his songwriting credits so they're sometimes difficult to validate through music rights databases such as Ascap.
- 8 Vocals
- 32 Instruments & Performance
- 372 Writing & Arrangement
- 13 Conducting & Leading
- 222 Production
- 1 Technical
- 1 Visual
|LA-1909||Dave Crawford||Here Am I (LP, Album)||LA Records||LA-1909||US||1977||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|Dave Crawford With L-O-V-E*||Bad, Bad Leroy Brown (Single)||ABC Records||US||1973||Sell This Version|
|Dave Crawford||The Law And The Lady||ABC Records||US||1973||Sell This Version|
|David*||I'd Be A Millionaire||Scorpio Records (5)||US||1975||Sell This Version|
|Dave Crawford||Hey Party||LA Records||US||1977||Sell This Version|
|Dave Crawford||No Time To Lose / I Don't Know||LA Records||US||1977||Sell This Version|
|LA-DCP-0004||Dave Crawford||Hey Party (7", Mono, Promo)||LA Records||LA-DCP-0004||US||1977||Sell This Version|
|LA DCP 4112||Dave Crawford||New York Is Where I'd Rather Be (12")||LA Records||LA DCP 4112||US||1979||Sell This Version|
|LA. 100||Dave Crawford||You (7", Single)||LA Records||LA. 100||US||1984||Sell This Version|
|CITY 037||Dave Crawford / Jeannie Trevor||Dave Crawford / Jeannie Trevor - Praying For The Rain To Come / Tinklin' Bells (7", Single)||Kent Select||CITY 037||Europe||2014||Sell This Version|