Average: 4.8 (29 votes)

November 1, 1969

Syracuse, NY US

Onondaga War Memorial

Setlist:

includes: Good Times Bad Times (intro) ~ Communication Breakdown, I Can't Quit You Baby, Heartbreaker, Dazed and Confused, You Shook Me, White Summer / Black Mountainside, What Is and What Should Never Be, Moby Dick, How Many More Times, Something Else.

Notes:

'69 Programme Click here to view the 1969 Tour Book

Support act: The James Gang.

Review from the Syracuse Journal: Then the lights dimmed and Led Zeppelin made a dramatic entrance, after all the ever popular W.O.L.F. disc jockeys were introduced in their flashy apparel. The Zeppelin didn't waste any time in making a good connection with the audience which kept applauding until the Zeppelin drowned the applause with their soul-stretching sounds.

The James Gang set a pace and the Zeppelin had no trouble keeping it up and surpassing it. Zeppelin put on a better show than the Gang which helped them to make a better connection with the audience. (Nov. '69)

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I remember -- War Memorial

I was nineteen or twenty and with my friends. We were driven nuts by the melodies -- How Many More Times, could've listened to it all night. We rushed the stage (good-natured) for the encore, the volume was ear-splitting up close. Guitars so loud you couldn't even hear yourself scream. It as as if you were deaf except for the music bombarding your brain. Thanks, Zep. I still remember.