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  1. Akilkis Reply
    May 19,  · Frank Zappa Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Frank Zappa Catalog); UMPI, Kobalt Music Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor, AMRA, and 6 Music Rights Societies.
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    Joe's Garage Acts II & III, an Album by Frank Zappa. Released 19 November on Zappa (catalog no. SRZ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock Opera, Comedy Rock, Experimental Rock. Featured peformers: Frank Zappa (lead guitar, vocals, producer, songwriter), Warren Cuccurullo (rhythm guitar, vocals), Denny Walley (slide guitar, vocals), Ike Willis (lead vocals), Peter Wolf (keyboards), Tommy .
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    Dec 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - ZAPPAofficial🎶Joe’s Garage Acts I, II & III💤 YouTube Jon Stewart Interviews George Carlin - Duration: George Carlin Official YouTube Channel.
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    Act I Liner Notes Frank Zappa. Album Joe’s Garage: Acts I, II & III. Act I Liner Notes Lyrics. Sy Borg Dong Work For Yuda Keep It Greasey.
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    Album. Joe’s Garage: Acts I, II & III Frank Zappa. Released November 19, Sy Borg Lyrics. K Dong Work For Yuda Lyrics. K Keep It Greasey Lyrics. 7K.
  6. Mezirisar Reply
    Song information for Sy Borg - Frank Zappa on AllMusic. "Sy Borg" is part of the conceptual album Joe's Garage. Joe met Sy, a cross between an industrial vacuum cleaner and a piggy bank (he really is a machine), at the local bar for Appliantologists and went to his apartment.
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    Frank Zappa's Joe Garage, dat op de site stond, is opgesplitst in de twee oorspronkelijke releases. Deze zijn nu hier te vinden: Frank Zappa - Joe's Garage Act I () Frank Zappa - Joe's Garage Acts .
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    * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Frank Zappa's satirical rock opera, Joe's Garage, is ambitious and mad, brilliant, peculiar and incoherent–epithets that have also been applied to German expressionist Georg Buchner's unfinished play, Woyzeck. This may seem like a ludicrously lofty cross-cultural reference to attach to an album most notorious for a song about Catholic.