2012 two CD anthology from Progressive Rock legends Cressida. One of the finest groups to sign to the legendary Vertigo label in 1969, Cressida's unique Progressive Rock style earned them a loyal fan base in the early 1970s, with their legend growing over the ensuing decades and their followers growing. The band's self-titled debut album was recorded at Wessex Studios with Ossie Byrne producing, and was one of the earliest releases on Vertigo. Cressida went through a difficult phase with line-up changes. The new line-up recorded Cressida's second LP, Asylum, later in 1970 but it was released posthumously in 1971, the band having broken up in September 1970. This anthology has been compiled by the group themselves and is a fine tribute to an inspiring band and has been newly remastered from the original master tapes, and features a booklet with new essay. Esoteric.