This came out in 2003 – or at least that’s when I got it. Here’s what I said about it back then (with some minor editing):
HOME BASE: Times Change(d), Winnipeg’s own little roadhouse at the corner of Main street and St. Mary Avenue.
GENRE: Country music’s twisted roots and gnarly branches.
REVIEW: Toss the chicken one more time and get reaquainted with your old friend Jimmy Beam — it’s time for a second round of truck-drivin’ songs and beer-guzzling blues from the crew down at Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club. This second stellar High and Lonesome compilation offers mini-sets from reg’lars like choogling bluesman Righteous Ike (the twangy Highway Song), bluegrass deviants D. Rangers (surely the only band to follow up Nick Cave’s John Finn’s Wife with Bob Wills’ Take Me Back To Tulsa), singer-songwriter Scott Nolan and guitar-pickin’ fools The Jakebrakes (who stop the show with an epic version of Junior’s Medley). Bring on Vol. III. And toss over that chicken.