Yep, that is exactly what happens. So you need to be careful before doing a global replace of commas with semi-colons.
You still might prefer to do a global replace and clean up the relatively small mess afterwards rather than go through your albums one by one to get it right first time. I went for the global nuclear option but everyone is different.
From pop, another common one besides CSN is “Earth, Wind & Fire” but you find it all over the place in Classical as well. Ones from Classical I had to deal with recently were “New College Choir, Oxford” and “The Choir of the Queen’s College, Oxford”. A real pain as they all have many equivalents. Not just a Classical problem. These are the Earth, Wind & Fire equivalents:
E.W. Fire, E.W.&F., E.W.F, E.W.F., Eart Wind & Fire, Eart, Wind & Fire, Earth, Earth & Fire, Earth Wind & Fire, Earth Wind & Fire With The Emotions, Earth Wind + Fire, Earth Wind And Fire, Earth Wind Fire, Earth Wind, & Fire, Earth, Wind + Fire, Earth, Wind And Fire, Earth, Wind v Fire, Earth, Wind, & Fire, Earth, Wind, And Fire, Earth, Wind, Fire, Earth’ Wind And Fire, EW & F, EW&F, EWF, Fusion, Tierra Viento y Fuego, Tierra, Viento Y Fuego, アース・ウインド＆ファイア, アース・ウィンド＆ファイアー