I found it difficult to review this album because, although it is not my favourite Uncle Tupelo album, that is largely due to the fact that their earlier albums are more punky/rocky, which is the kind of music I like. This album is completely acoustic, unlike Uncle Tupelo's previous two albums, and amply illustrates both Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy's ability to tackle this.
I would recommend this album mainly to people who enjoy alt. country, quiet rock and acoustic roots music. For people who prefer music with a harder edge I would suggest buying No Depression and Still Feel Gone first, but this album is still definitely worth having; there are some great songs on here and it is still characteristic of Uncle Tupelo, despite lacking the signature abrupt stops and starts of their first two albums.
Overall, this is a really good album, just don't expect it to rock out at any point because you'll be disappointed.