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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; 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>
 
<div align="right">Voice of Cheese:[[Uncle Meat]]</div>
 
<div align="right">Voice of Cheese:[[Uncle Meat]]</div>
  
[[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]].   
 
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[[Gail Sloatman]] worked for him as a secretary at the [[Whisky a Go-Go]].   
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Revision as of 16:09, 7 June 2005

Elmer Valentine
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 off the dance floor and Elmer was yelling at them to get off the stage and turn down their amplifiers
Voice of Cheese:Uncle Meat

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.