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<blockquote>The first thing that attracted me to the Mothers music was the fact that they played for twenty minutes; everybody was hissing, and booing, and falling of the dance floor and [[Elmer Valentine|Elmer]] was yelling at them to get off the stage and turn down their amplifiers</blockquote>
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[[Image:Elmer.JPG|left|frame|Elmer Valentine]]<blockquote''>"The first thing that attracted me to the Mothers music was the fact that they played for twenty minutes and everybody was hissing, and booing, and falling off the dance floor and [[Elmer Valentine|Elmer]] was yelling at them to get off the stage and turn down their amplifiers!"'' </blockquote>
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[[Elmer Valentine]], a former Chicago policeman, opened the [[Whisky a Go-Go]] in 1963, and [[The Trip]] in 1965.
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[[Elmer Valentine]], a former Chicago policeman, opened the [[Whisky a Go-Go]] in 1963, and [[The Trip]] in 1965. [[Gail Sloatman]] worked for him as a secretary at the [[Whisky a Go-Go]]. 
  
[[Gail Sloatman]] worked for him as a secretary at the [[Whisky a Go-Go]]. 
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[[Category:Businesspeople|Valentine, Elmer]]
 
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[[Category:Freak Out! (The List)|Valentine, Elmer]]
 
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[[Category:The Real Frank Zappa Book (The List)|Valentine, Elmer]]
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Latest revision as of 10:55, 25 August 2014

Elmer Valentine
<blockquote>"The first thing that attracted me to the Mothers music was the fact that they played for twenty minutes and everybody was hissing, and booing, and falling off the dance floor and Elmer was yelling at them to get off the stage and turn down their amplifiers!" </blockquote>

Elmer Valentine, a former Chicago policeman, opened the Whisky a Go-Go in 1963, and The Trip in 1965. Gail Sloatman worked for him as a secretary at the Whisky a Go-Go.