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November 2, 1969
Toronto, ON CA
Good Times Bad Times (intro)
I Can't Quit You Baby,
Dazed and Confused,
White Summer / Black Mountainside,
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
What Is and What Should Never Be,
How Many More Times, (not on this recording)
C'Mon Everybody. (not on this recording)
While in Toronto, John Bonham picks up a miniature set of drums for his three year old son Jason: "I've bought him a great set of miniature drums. It's an absolutely perfect replica down to the bass drum pedal and hi-hat. Even I can play them. They are Japanese made and I saw them in a shop in Toronto. They weren't really for sale and were just on display. But I offered them a hundred dollars and bought them." (M.M., Dec. 1969)
this was the first full on rock concert i attended. my older brother was looking after me while my parents travelled. this was the only reason he took me.
i can honestly this was the most memory making event in my life. i'd been ruining my fingers on a kent-a-caster and i almost fainted when big brother told me.
the o'keef looked like freak show outside when we got there. at thirteen i just coudn't believe it.
what totally burned into my brain was when the opening bars rang out. i can still feel the buzz, i was totally immserd for the entire show.
An excellent show, full of energy and classic 1969 Zeppelin. Jones is all over the place, Jimmy is spectacular, Bonham is amazing and Robert's voice is so high it is unbelievable. Plant joked with the crowd: "We intend to try to do as much of the Led Zeppelin IV album as possible, but we through we'd cut it down by half and do Led Zeppelin II." There are many other songs thrown in, including a great version of Buffalo Springfield's Bluebird, Neil Young's Down By The River and The Yardbird's Still I'm Sad. This is all that is known to exist from this show, and it is truly a spectacular concert.
Concert-November 2nd 1969 I was 17 and me and a friend drove up from London Ontario in the middle
of winter in a volkswagen bug the floor was rotted out and there was no heat.
We finaly got to Toronto and went to the concert to say this concert changed my life is an understatement i was in a band and I knew music was going to be part of my life but after watching Jimmy on stage playing the way he did was dazzling.
Right there I made some life changing choices one was to go Back to England ( I Ieft there when I was 13)and persue a career in music which I did
.I now have been teaching guitar for about 28 years with many succeses( (one of my former students had a #1 video on much music at xmas)our mtv here in Canada and many other succeses see website.
Ironicly I was talking to one of my parents last night he has an 9 yearold daughter who played an acoustic crazy train which was put up on youtube now she has an electric guitar she can play all Stairway (except the lead) so we are going to put that up soon on you tube.
Thankyou Jimmy and the rest of Led zeppelin for all your incredible music over the years.