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In one of those situations certain to cause confusion among collectors for generations to come, Maldoon — although they issued one self-titled album — was actually the same as Curtiss Maldoon, the British singer/songwriter duo that did a self-titled album, Curtiss Maldoon, in 1971. Maldoon was named after Clive Maldoon, one-half of this duo (Clive Maldoon also sometimes played under the name of Clive Skinner, but let's leave that out of the picture for now). Clive Maldoon had formed Curtiss Maldoon with Dave Curtiss, and although the pair recorded the Maldoon album billed to Maldoon together, Curtiss was unhappy with the result, and asked that his name be taken off the record.
Curtiss Maldoon is best known for doing "Sepheryn," which after some rewriting was recorded by Madonna as the title track of her 1998 album, although "Sepheryn" is on the 1971 Curtiss Maldoon album, not the 1973 Maldoon album. For details about Curtiss Maldoon, it's best to consult the fuller entry (under Curtiss Maldoon) elsewhere in the All Music Guide. The Maldoon album, logically, was paired (with one track omitted) with Curtiss Maldoon on a single-disc CD compilation credited to Curtiss Maldoon, Sepheryn: The Definitive Collection. This compilation also has several unissued tracks and a non-LP B-side by Curtiss Maldoon, as well as comprehensive liner notes that help sort out the whole bloody discography mess.