Formed in 1968, Cressida are considered one of the pioneering symphonic progressive bands, but released just two albums before disbanding in 1971. After all this time they have a strong cult following and are releasing a 12″ vinyl album of previously unheard recordings as well as reforming for a one-off gig at Camden’s Underworld in London on the 2nd December. Thanks to Iain Clark for taking a break from rehearsals for a short chat with DPRP’s Roger Trenwith.

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