|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||New York Is Where I'd Rather Be||2||Audio||1979||LA Records|
|2||Hey Party / God Is Good To Me||2||Audio||1977||LA Records|
|3||Here Am I||8||Audio||1977||LA Records|
|4||Hey Party||2||Audio||1977||LA Records|
|5||No Time To Lose / I Don't Know||2||Audio||1977||LA Records|
|6||I'd Be A Millionaire||2||Audio||1975||Scorpio Records (5)|
|7||No Time To Lose||2||Audio||1977||LA Records|
|8||Bad, Bad Leroy Brown||2||Audio||1973||ABC Records|
|9||Bad, Bad Leroy Brown||2||Audio||1973||ABC Records|
For the flutist, arranger and producer from Los Angeles see [a=David Crawford], for the mastering engineer see [a=David Crawford (2)].
American songwriter, keyboard player, singer and producer. Born c.1940, died in 1988. An acclaimed producer at [l=Atlantic] records who worked with artists such as the [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Mighty+Clouds+Of+Joy%2C+The]Mighty Clouds Of Joy[/url], [a=Candi Staton] and [a=B.B. King]. His production credits are often alongside [a=Brad Shapiro] or [a=Earl Young].
As a songwriter he is best known for [a=Candi Staton]'s "Young Hearts Run Free" (1976) and [a=Linda Lyndell]'s "Whatta Man" (1968) - remade in 1994 by [a=Salt 'N' Pepa] and [a=En Vogue].
Note: Crawford sold many of his songwriting credits so they're sometimes difficult to validate through music rights databases such as Ascap.