Most people would connect Randy Crawford to her 1979 chart topper, ‘Street Life’, a song that in many ways defined the ‘70s in a few, funk-filled verses topped by Crawford's unmistakable high-pitched vocals. There's much more to the Georgia-born singer though, as I discovered Thursday night at her performance at Store Vega. Backed by the jolly, endearing Joe Sample on the piano (along with his son on the bass) and a drummer, Crawford sounded as good as she must have way back when she started to carve out a name for herself in the annals of music history. Vega decided to make the concert a seated one shortly before it started, and the decision paid off. This was a show of a different nature, one that will be remembered for some time to come.