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Patchwork, has undergone lineup change after lineup change, dissolved and reformed countless times and remained an unpredictable but endearing fixture in the Madison, WI music community. After spending a few months wood-shedding songs in a South Madison warehouse, Jeremiah Nelson emerged with a batch of songs that echo the space they were born, ranging from scatterbrained amplified rants to whispery lo-fi pop. Going right for the central nerve, the title track and most raucous from Take me down the Interstate climaxes over clanging guitars, "Tell me what are you supposed to do? / First you're dumb and in love then you're old and immune... / Every place feels the same / It's just another stop on the Intestate."The album is a testament to life on the road, drunken sing-a-longs and hard-earned thinly-spread paychecks. It's not for the faint hearted but its dog-eared charm should resonate with folks who have been through the ringer a couple times."Heartfelt, high-quality stuff - mixed with a little smoke, whiskey and grizzle"My Old Kentucky Blog (7/15/08)"a bittersweet slice of back-porch folk-rock"Tom Laskin, Isthmus (7/16/08)"A favorite of long-time followers, it's now ready for those outside the state lines to hear what I consider to be a perfect summer song."Muzzle of Bees (7/18/08)


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