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Vinyl LP pressing. The great Malcolm Earl "Mal" Waldron makes his debut on Naked Lunch with a collection of his own compositions recorded in New York City during the early '60s in a trio formation with George Tucker on bass and Al Dreares at the drums. The composing skills of Waldron as a post-bop key figure are here on full display on both sides, although pieces like "Modal-Air", "Summerday", "Ollie's Caravan", and "Quiet Temple" really squeeze the creative juice off the trio's playing, with Tucker and Dreares laying the rhythmic textures on Mal's many piano's inventions.