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Cressida - 1970 - Cressida


Cressida were a British progressive rock band, best known for their mellow, symphonic sound. Originally known as Charge, they were active from 1968 and 1970, and recorded two albums for Vertigo. The roots of Cressida were sown in March 1968, when guitarist John Heyworth answered an advertisement in Melody Maker, and later travelled to London to join The Dominators, a band whose situation he later described as "hopeless - until Angus Cullen applied for the lead singer spot". He and Heyworth hit it off immediately, and Heyworth was invited to stay at Cullen's family flat in Barkstone Gardens near Earl's Court. The pair settled down to some serious writing, eventually welcoming bassist Kevin McCarthy and drummer Iain Clark to the fold and now calling themselves Charge. Angus Cullen - lead vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion, John Heyworth - guitars, vocals (1968-70), John Culley - guitars (1970), Lol Coker - organ (1968-69), Peter Jennings - organ, piano, Mellotron (1969-70), Kevin McCarthy - bass and Iain Clark - drums, percussion. Cressida from 1970 is the debut album of the band. Disbanded in September 1970.

01 - To Play Your Little Game
02 - Winter Is Coming Again
03 - Time For Bed
04 - Cressida
05 - Home And Where I Long To Be
06 - Depression
07 - One Of A Group
08 - Light In My Mind
09 - The Only Earthman In Town
10 - Spring '69
11 - Down Down
12 - Tomorrow Is A Whole New Day

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