Crawler music, videos, stats, and photos | Last.fmCrawler was a British heavy rock band formed in the late 1970s as an offshoot of Back Street Crawler, following the death of guitarist, Paul Kossoff. Following the death of founding member Paul Kossoff, the remaining members of the band Back Street Crawler (John ‘Rabbit’ Bundrick, Tony Braunagel, Terry Wilson and Terry Wilson-Slesser) decided that it would be best to move on to both another record label and another manager. There is and was a history of problems with the band members obtaining record and publishing royalties from the original manager of Paul Kossoff. Atlantic Records’ Ahmet Ertegun had wanted to replace Paul Kossoff with Mick Taylor, who had left the Rolling Stones, however Taylor did not want to replace a musician who had died. Back Street Crawler bassist Terry Wilson had dinner with ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist Peter Green in London to find out whether Peter’s reclusive and unusual lifestyle had changed his mind about wanting to play or be in the music business. Green was not ready to return to the stage and therefore turned-down Crawler’s offer. See for more.

Pastime Dreamer

Stone Cold Sober

Without You Babe

You Got Money

Sold On Down The Line

Muddy Waters

Back Street Crawler 1973 (full album)

Crawler 1977 (full album)

Snake, Rattle and Roll (full album) 1978

Live (Full Album) 1978

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