Toronto Marine Terminal ’95

City: Toronto, Canada

Date: 18th May 1995

Running Time (Approx): 80 mins


  1. Intro
  2. I Wanna Be Adored
  3. She Bangs The Drums
  4. Waterfall (1st try)
  5. Mani and Maddix short jam
  6. Waterfall (2nd try)
  7. Ten Storey Love Song
  8. Daybreak
  9. Breaking Into Heaven
  10. Your Star Will Shine
  11. Tightrope
  12. I Am The Resurrection
  13. Good Times
  14. Love Spreads
  15. Made Of Stone
  16. Driving South

Sound Quality: A
Crisp, and great sound balance. Volume jumps a bit to start with, but that soon goes. Great sounding.

Performance Quality: C
A good start, but Ian starts missing words out all over the place, and the band begin to falter too. Ian sings quite in-tune for him actually, but he sounds like he has a sore throat. Ian also insists on turning up his mic, leading to occasional feedback later on. The band is lacking something though. They sound good on the older songs (except for I Am The Resurrection), but bad on the newer songs (except Driving South).

Why should I get this bootleg?

Fantastic sound quality AND a good audience feel are rare on bootlegs, but this one has it. Also for Ian stopping Waterfall halfway through – “give us a sec”.

4 thoughts on “Toronto Marine Terminal ’95”

  1. It’s “Marine” terminal, not “Manne”. The boot got it wrong too. Terminal 28 to be exact though it no longer exists.

    Was at the gig and ya, they weren’t 100%. However, I’m 95% sure this is the only show in Toronto ever.

  2. I was at this show and it was awful. No beers were sold, they had porta potties instead of toilets and the band lacked any chemistry. I believe Reni was gone already as they had the new guy banging away on the drums. This concert was the most disappointed I’ve ever been at a show.

  3. May 18, 1995 was my 24th birthday, the first day of that sicko Paul Bernardo’s trial and the one and only gig by The Stone Roses in Toronto.

    The concert was definitely the low point of the day. What an awful show.

    The high point was probably laughing my ass off at my friend doing impressions of Rainier Wolfcastle as McBain when we went to meet some girls after the concert.

  4. I was at this concert and I remember it being a big warehouse and the acoustics were awful. Stood by the sound guy, he kept turning it up to counter the poor sound (echoes) in the warehouse. The Stone Roses were disappointing, seemed like they having an off night, I guess. They hit their groove on ‘Love Spreads’, I enjoyed that song.
    Still, had a good time with friends and met a girl. So, it wasn’t all bad.

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