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This video produced for The New Museum of Los Gatos for educational purposes only.

This video preview is also on exhibition at the museum.

The Chateau Liberte’ was a rustic mountain nightclub and hippie commune in the 1960’s and 1970’s.

The Chateau Liberte’ was operated in part by The Gypsy Jokers and Hells Angels motorcycle clubs. There were dozens of people living on the 72 acre property in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California. Many famous rock bands performed at The Chateau Liberte’ including the Doobie Brothers, The Tubes, Hot Tuna, Moby Grape, Sons of Champlin, Kingfish, Jerry Garcia, Tower of Power, Timbercreek and many more.

The structure was first built in 1865 and was the stagecoach stop between San Jose and Santa Cruz, California. It went through many changes and had many names as a speakeasy during prohibition and a bordello before it was called The Chateau Liberte’.

Director W.J. McKay of Goth Mountain Films is producing a feature length documentary film on the Chateau Liberte’ and this preview is a twenty minute long sample of the film.

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Dale Ockerman Project’s music video of “Blue Jay Way” by The Beatles released on 50th anniversary of the original’s release. Song written by George Harrison and originally released in 1967 on the Magical Mystery Tour Beatles album. Cover song “Blue Jay Way” from Dale Ockerman Project’s “What If?” cd. After leaving The Doobie Brothers, Dale Ockerman released two albums, “A Piece of My Mind” in 2005 and “What If?” in 2012. Dale Ockerman was also a member of Quicksilver Messenger Service. Featuring blue jay artwork by Connie Troupe. Music Video by W.J. McKay of Goth Mountain Films.

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