Bruce Cockburn & Toronto: A Historical Tour

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(#22) Recording Studios used in Toronto: The Gas Station

The Gas Station

The Gas Station seems to have had a somewhat legendary status among Toronto musicians. Originally located in a warehouse district nearby the lakeshore, the studio was forced to relocate to Toronto Island in 2000 when they were evicted from their 53 Frasier Ave. location, a victim of the gentrification of the area.

Part of Breakfast in New Orleans, Dinner in Timbuktu was recorded there.

This page is part of The Cockburn Project, a unique website that exists to document the work of Canadian singer-songwriter and musician Bruce Cockburn. The Project archives self-commentary by Cockburn on his songs and music, and supplements this core part of the website with news, tour dates, and other current information.