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James Crawford

Among a clutch of songwriters with this name in the record business, this Adam Crawford was credited with assisting to write four from the songs over the debut record by Tennessee rock music group Every Mother’s Problem in 1990. If it’s a publisher’s bookkeeper who’s having the problem, it ought to be remarked that that is neither the Adam Crawford Jr. of “Iko Iko” popularity circa 1954 nor the inexplicable “J. Crawford” acknowledged on Bessie Smith’s documenting of “Hustlin’ Dan” in 1930.

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