Average: 3.5 (26 votes)

November 5, 1969

Kansas City, KS US

Memorial Hall

Setlist:

includes: Good Times Bad Times (intro) ~ Communication Breakdown, I Can't Quit You Baby, Heartbreaker, Dazed and Confused, How Many More Times (medley incl. Boogie Chillen', Move On Down The Line).

Notes:

Two Shows: 7pm & 9:30pm. The group's stage equipment was sent to San Francisco from their show in Ontario, Canada the night before, in preparation for their dates at Winterland. On this night in Kansas City, they played with rented P.A.'s and amps from Mission Music.

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Blues Garden I Was There

I was with Blues Garden for the second show with Jerry Chambers, Gary Mallen, Bob Diltz and Jack Manahan. Talk about  

a great night meeting some of my idols. In walks Bonzo, John Paul, Plant and followed by my guitar hero Page (of course I had to ask him some stupid guitar question). One particular moment I remember is Jonesy walking over to an old upright piano off stage-right, sitting down and playing a classical piano piece (think it was Chopin).

Our band sat out in the crowd for the first Zep show and they absolutely rocked. We then went up and did our show (a memorable version of "Almost Cut My Hair" was included). We then watched Zep's second show where Bonzo passed out on the drum kit (following at least one bottle of a Black and White or Red Label) but  Page, Plant and Jones carried on admirably, alternately accenting notes by hitting the cymbals with the heads of their guitars. It was a huge disappointment but the Garden got a great review in the KC Star.