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Patchwork (album)

Patchwork
Bobbie Gentry
Released 1971
Genre Country
Label Capitol
Producer Bobbie Gentry
Bobbie Gentry chronology

Bobbie Gentry Portrait
(1970)
Patchwork
(1971)
Sittin' Pretty
(1971)
Singles from Patchwork
  1. "But I Can't Get Back"/"Marigolds and Tangerines"
    Released: 1971

Patchwork[1][2] is Bobbie Gentry's twelfth album, released in 1971. The first of four albums she released that year, although the only album of new material as the other releases that same year were retitled reissues of earlier albums, it was also produced by her.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars link
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Track listing

All tracks by Bobbie Gentry.

Side one

  1. "Benjamin"
  2. "Interlude 1"
  3. "Marigolds and Tangerines"
  4. "Interlude 2"
  5. "Billy the Kid"
  6. "Interlude 3"
  7. "Beverly"
  8. "Interlude 4"

Side two

  1. "Miss Clara/Azusa Sue"
  2. "Interlude 5"
  3. "But I Can't Get Back"
  4. "Jeremiah"
  5. "Interlude 6"
  6. "Belinda"
  7. "Mean Stepmama Blues"
  8. "Your Number One Fan"
  9. "Interlude 7"
  10. "Somebody Like Me"
  11. "Lookin' In"

Cover art

The original cover art for the album is an uncredited painting of Gentry. According to the liner notes for the 2004 compilation Chickasaw County Child, the painting, along with the one on the cover of the previous album, Fancy, is believed to have been done by Gentry herself.[3]

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