I know I say this all the time, but this is one album that really grows on you. It also has a lot more interesting things to offer than just a straightforward country-fied folk rock. There are flourishes of jazz, and bluegrass, even bits of found-sound, that prove that there was more to this group than just a knack for a tasty alt. rock lick.
Highly recommended for Sunday mornings with a cup of coffee, a good book, and nothing to do. Check out the sample, Familiar Patterns, which actually is one of my least favorite songs on the album, but the only thing I could find on YouTube.