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Noun1.crawdaddy - small freshwater decapod crustacean that resembles a lobstercrawdaddy - small freshwater decapod crustacean that resembles a lobster
decapod, decapod crustacean - crustaceans characteristically having five pairs of locomotor appendages each joined to a segment of the thorax
Old World crayfish, ecrevisse - small crayfish of Europe and Asia and western North America
American crayfish - common large crayfishes of eastern North America
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They were regulars at Richmond's Crawdaddy Club and released That's Alright, penned by Jimmy, on the Pye Records label.
Clapton's former band The Yardbirds used to play at the Crawdaddy Club in Richmond, Surrey, just like the Rolling Stones.
Clapton, 71, and his former band The Yardbirds used to play at the Crawdaddy Club in Richmond, Surrey, as did the Stones.
You'd think there'd be a drum roll or fanfare when a Crawdaddy finally hits the counter.
Having built up a big following in London with their frequent appearances at the Crawdaddy Club in Richmond, Surrey, a trip to Middlesbrough was a new experience for the band.
Fast-forward exactly 50 years from the tiny Crawdaddy club in Richmond, Surrey, to a giant arena in Los Angeles and he's still got what it takes as the band kick off their 50 & Counting tour.
Saturday, July 30, 2011, 00:02:12: crawdaddy, 123ac, all of you--get to court early on Wednesday and then let the rest of us know as much as you can remember about the closing arguments--what was said, what your impressions are and if you have any more recollections of events during the trial please add them to the comments.
8220;Look for the crawdaddy on our delivery vans, scooters and skateboards,” said Beck.
Burroughs was aware that unpaid publications in avant-garde little magazines and underground newspapers could create an audience, generate publicity, and lead to book contracts and sales, thus his numerous contributions and often regular columns in My Own Mag, Mayfair, Rat, Los Angeles Free Press, Crawdaddy, and others.
For rock's newly ascendant bohemians at Rolling Stone, Creem, and Crawdaddy, a light-voiced soprano with a guitar, singing neo-pastoral ballads of kings and ladies, pirates, castles, and magic conjured imaginary times and places where heroic individuals could rise above the muck of the marketplace.
The Stones first met The Beatles in April 1963 when the Beatles stopped in at the Crawdaddy Club at Richmond's Station Hotel on their way back from a TV show in Twickenham Studios.
Though the library has popular long-running items, such as Down Beat magazine, the one that so fascinated Sebastian, much of the focus has been on items that were not as widely available, such as Crawdaddy, Rock, Trouser Press, Metronome, and Broadside.