Joe's Garage V.S. Broadway

I think that Zappa's Joe's Garage "punk-opera" can finalize(maby too offencive but true) all the Broadway cast crap still even today what do ya think?
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best damn concept record ever. sgt pepper can kiss joe's ass.
Long live Joe's Garage! We still love you Frank RIP.


an arrogant twist of an icing anointment device!
One of Zappa's best works...and there are many. I wish I would have seen him live with that line-up.
joe's garage is excellent and for more listening pleasure get your hands on the vinyl "guitar" dbl lp set, enjoy...
Remember,Zappa had a Broadway album out too.Swaggart under investigation,One day everyone of these C***suckers will be caught,Jesus thinks your a jerk,and Mr Sting ladies and Gentleman,spring pleasantly to mind.
Yep, Broadway the hard way, Broadway the hard way, ladies and gentlemen. Still I prefer Joe's Garage (Hey! I've the lp's, but there are 3 lps Drwoofy????) over Broadway the hard way. But then again, I like almost everything except Jazz from hell....
I happen to posess Joe's boxed set of vinyls with texts and casts too.
In fact FZ even made fun of his own musicians on the stage as well!
I wish he was still here with us.
Ironically enough, Zappa was awarded a grammy(deliberate lower case)for one song off Jazz from Hell,even though as he himself said it wasn't the best cut-for me it was G-spot tornado(a notoriously difficult piece to play).The album was recorded exclusively using a Synclavier.I love jazz,but Frank called it unemployment music.