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Toronto Rocks

Toronto Rocks - 2005

Flaming Lips, Isley Brothers, Justin Timberlake... - Toronto Rocks - 2005
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  • Regions: 2
  • Disc number: 1
  • Production year: 2003
  • Release year: 2005
  • Runtime: 118 Minutes
  • Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
  • Package: Dvd Case
  • Screen ratios: Fullscreen (4:3)
  • Support: DVD: Single side, double layer
  • Colour: Colour
  • Compilation: No
  • Concert: Yes
  • Video: No
  • Documentary: Yes
  • Former rent: No
  • Used: No

Audio tracks

  • English - Dolby Digital 5.1
  • English - Pcm Stereo


  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
Like most festival shows, the Toronto Rocks concert, a SARS benefit held on July 30, 2003 before a teeming crowd of 490,000, is a pretty mixed bag.
For one thing, the Guess Who, Rush, AC/DC, and the Rolling Stones--the headliners--are all well past their primes. They're still kicking, of course, and fans of each will relish their sets.
But no headliner save Rush exudes the freshness and spark evident in the tantalizing snippets of the performances we don't see on this single-disc DVD: Canadian acts like Blue Rodeo, the Tea Party, and Sass Jordan (with a still-riveting Jeff Healey on guitar).
The Stones command more than their fair share of screen time, and some would say they've earned it. Meanwhile, we're also served three helpings of Dan Aykroyd and Jim Belushi's ho-hum Have Love Will Travel revue.
Who steals the show? The Isley Brothers, led by founding singer Ronald and axeman Ernie, who blaze through "Who's That Lady" and their classic "Shout" with a band of lock-tight musicians and dancers.

The DVD includes the kind of full-size color booklet every concert disc should come with, a choice of Dolby Digital 5.1 surround and uncompressed PCM stereo sound (both great), and a dose of "bonus" backstage ballyhoo. A unique extra is the director's broadcast call of the camera shots for AC/DC's "Thunderstruck," revealing the frantic, real-time demands of a live shoot.



  1. The Have Love Will Travel Revue - Intro ("Skybox Ballroom Pump")
  2. Race For The Price
  3. Do You Realize
  4. The Have Love Will Travel Revue - Dig Myself A Hole
  5. Who's That Lady
  6. Shout
  7. Senorita
  8. The Have Love Will Travel Revue - Time Won't let Me
  9. American Woman
  10. No Time
  11. Limelight
  12. Freewill
  13. The Spirit Of The Radio (Paint It Back)
  14. Back In Black
  15. Thudnerstruck
  16. Start Me Up
  17. Ruby Tuesday
  18. Miss You
  19. Rock My Baby
  20. Satisfaction
  21. Jumpin' Jack Flash


  • Interview With Musicians
  • Picture Gallery
  • Director's Commentary
  • Direct Scene Access
  • Interactive Menu
  • Booklet


  • Justin Timberlake Meets the Rolling Stones
  • Get The Party Started: A Featurette On Opening Performances, Including: Sam Roberts, Kathleen Edwards, La Chicane, The Tea Party, Blue Rodeo & Sass Jordan

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