Although this was actually recorded by the duo Curtiss Maldoon
, one-half of the pairing, Dave Curtiss
, was dissatisfied with the record and asked that his name be taken off the album release. That's why it's titled Maldoon
, and billed to Maldoon
. This is not much different from the self-titled album that Curtiss Maldoon
put out in 1971. It's even-paced, unexceptional, inoffensive early '70s singer/songwriter-flavored material, with a bit more of a British rock feel than most albums lumped into the early-'70s singer/songwriter category boast. It's a little more acoustic toned and brooding than the Curtiss Maldoon album; they fire off a cranky putdown of glam on "All the Time." With the exception of the song "Monkerwollik," it's available in its entirety on the Curtiss Maldoon
CD compilation Sepheryn -- The Definitive Collection, which also includes some unissued tracks and a non-LP B-side by the duo.