The bulk of the album takes Minter's acoustic warblings to their logical ends, with songs like "Tasty Baby" and "Wednesday" sounding straight out of the Meadowlark's open-mike night. There are a few stranger songs mixed in for good measure, too. "Water (Drink More)," for instance, blends the wonkiness of psych folk with the straightforward taste of classic country, whereas "Birdsong" is a whistle-driven track that sounds like something out of Bob Drake's book of songs.
As a whole, the songs are fitting for a cross-country Thanksgiving drive. With the exception of the often-used reverse delay, they're varied enough without being too out there. Actually, a lot of the tracks sound like a toned-down, less annoying version of Animal Collective.
You can download the whole thing here, but be forewarned: The songs aren't ID3 tagged, so if you import into a music player, it'll be a bit of a mess.