Shotgun Jimmie performs “Province to Province” backed by Attack in Black, at the Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto on May 9, 2009.

Filmed shortly after the release of Still Jimmie (YC-001) and just before the release of the Attack In Black/Baby Eagle split 12” (YC-002) this video is a rare document of the early days of You’ve Changed Records.

“Damn, I miss playing with those guys! For a few years Attack in Black and I were inseparable. They took me on countless tours as their opener and also played as my backing band. Together we performed many daring acrobatics in hotel pools (mostly diving/leaping over stacks of chairs). We also celebrated holidays and birthdays together. Attack and Black were a truly great band. I’m pretty much the luckiest guy because I got to see them play (and play with them) almost every night for a few years.” – Shotgun Jimmie

“There are moments in this life that can seem as though they were lived a million times. There are certain moments that truly hold what might be called freedom. The boys and I were wrapped up in just that any time we took the stage with Jim. I could never pay that back and only hope someday to be free enough again to return the favour. You’ve Changed is still freedom.” – Daniel Romano

Comradery reigns, the future is lurking in the shadows, and we sing in harmony with our younger selves.

Colin Medley

Audio Cleanup:
Lucas Prokaziuk

Shotgun Jimmie
with Attack in Black:
Spencer Burton
Daniel Romano
Ian Romano
Ian Kehoe

“Province to Province” appears on the album Still Jimmie (YC-001):

You’ve Changed Records

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