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Thee Image Club - February 14, 1969

  • 1st set: Train Kept a Rollin', I Can't Quit You Baby, Dazed and Confused, Killing Floor, Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, How Many More Times (medley incl. Roll Over Beethoven)2nd set: White Summer / Black Mountainside, As Long As I Have You, You Shook Me, Pat's Delight
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on September 20, 2007 - 2:59pm
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February 14, 1969
Miami
FL
United States
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Setlist: 

1st set: Train Kept a Rollin', I Can't Quit You Baby, Dazed and Confused, Killing Floor, Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, How Many More Times (medley incl. Roll Over Beethoven)

2nd set: White Summer / Black Mountainside, As Long As I Have You, You Shook Me, Pat's Delight

Notes: 

The band records a promo film for Communication Breakdown during these gigs at the Image Club by Media Research Production. Based in Miami, their mini-mobile video van was reportedly used.

Setlists: 

1st set: Train Kept a Rollin', I Can't Quit You Baby, Dazed and Confused, Killing Floor, Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, How Many More Times (medley incl. Roll Over Beethoven)

2nd set: White Summer / Black Mountainside, As Long As I Have You, You Shook Me, Pat's Delight

Comments

Argenteum Astrum's picture

Two very high powered sets with different moods and feels to them. Both feature a band playing with fiery intensity! Robert hits some of the highest screams and is raw emotion, ranging from the primordial wails of How Many More Times and As Long As I Have You to the pain and suffering of Babe I'm Gonna Leave You. The band's assault is relentless as well. This was the second to last show from the first US tour of 1969. Again, the group ended (?) with Bonham's drum solo.

James Knauff's picture

On February 14, 1969 I went to see LZ at Thee Image. It was the night before my wedding. I was 21 years old. Sorry to say the hippy wedding lasted only through Woodstock, but, my relationship with the band forever. Shortly after the wedding, all I could play was Dazed and Confused.

BOB ROBBINS's picture

Fantasy,We were the band that opened that night I was the bass player. We had a monoploly game going on inthe dressing room in which maybe certian members of Led Zepplin were participants

Bill's picture

One of the all time greatest concerts ever. Zep put on a fantastic show, complete with Page crankin out his solos while wandering back and forth and leaning side to side on the small stage next to Plant screaming his ass off under a single very bright spotlight. There were only a few dozen people there and all were out of their heads. No one knew who these guys were at the time. I will never forget the intensity of this night. Zeppelin were capable of blowing everyones minds on that night and they did. From great drum solos to unbelievable blues jams, Plant groaning into the harmonica and just the tightest 3 piece band imaginable, it was amazing. Seriously. Think about it. Hearing "How many more times" for the first time ever played by the guys right after they released the album. Biggest thrill ever.

Joyce Cates's picture

Just browsing the web and found this page. I was at the concert! Unbelievable a converted 'bowling alley' became an incredible place to see 'history being made'. We tripped out in the psychedelic rooms, smoked, so much felt at peace in this place. Thinking ack now in 2014, what happened? I so much miss the days I was able to experience such great music.

allen bailey's picture

I was there. 4 rows from stage front. huge night. first time live. mounds of amplifiers. last song, all amps were amped out. Thee Image was a great place for a concert. it was a bowling ally. At the end of the alleys the ceiling dropped down. It was like being infront of a huge horn. When Page started the last song he ran down the bank of amps and turned them up to max. I nearly maxxed out from the wall of sound. It was lovely.

Your Mother's picture

I worked at Thee Image before it was open to the public (a former bowling alley we were gutting), and afterwards.  I was there opening night and met The Mothers of Invention earlier in the day before their evening set.  They played two nights in a row.  I saw many other bands during the short time this wonderful venue was open.  I saw Zeppelin both nights. Thee Image Club came about after Thee Experience, a regular hangout that we spent much time at, enjoying many top bands.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thee_Experience_(night_club)

evolved into this.  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thee_Image_Club

http://rockprosopography101.blogspot.com/2009/12/thee-image-and-miami-ro...

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-mTkofGVvQ5M/Vhj7bDb1TuI/AAAAAAAAD2k/bfEQQgYNqU...

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I was there. 4 rows from by allen bailey (not verified)
I was at this concert by Joyce Cates (not verified)
First Zep concert by Bill (not verified)
Fantasy by BOB ROBBINS (not verified)
Led Zep by James Knauff (not verified)