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Cressida
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Cressida was a British progressive rock band, best known for their mellow, symphonic sound. Originally known as Charge, they were active from 1968 to 1970, and recorded two albums for Vertigo. The group consisted of Kevin McCarthy (bass), Iain Clark (drums), John Heyworth (guitar), Angus Cullen (vocals), and Peter Jennings (keyboards).
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http://www.cressida-group.co.uk
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Releases on file (3)
Cressida — Asylum Cressida — Asylum
(Vertigo 6360 025, 1971, LP)
Cressida — Cressida Cressida — Cressida
(Repertoire REP 4299-WP, 1970/1992, CD)
Cressida — Trapped in Time: The Lost Tapes Cressida — Trapped in Time: The Lost Tapes
(Esoteric Recordings CLEC2347, 1969/2012, CD)

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