Classic, darkly personal folk album pressed in an edition of 100 in Quebec. The album was mostly recorded by Westover while he was in Montreal in '68 (reportedly staying away from the draft), although a couple of songs were laid down in Massachusetts in the summer of '69. It's a beautifully haunted LP with great droning guitar presence, which has totally dried up since it was first uncovered in the early '90s. Comparisons to Bob Desper and Ton Vlasman seem more appropriate than the Perry Leopold ones I've seen, but it's quite a striking album and lends itself to repeated late night listening. I've had copies with three cover states: the first just has the the title “Memorial” printed on the cover; the second has the words “to fear” added under “Memorial” with Letraset lower case lettering, the third adds a small presstype image of an old airplane emerging from the clouds.