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Overview[ edit ] Zappa described the album as a "stupid little story about how the government is going to do away with music. After being released from prison into a dystopian society in which music itself has been criminalized, he lapses into insanity.
The album encompasses a large spectrum of musical styles, while its lyrics often feature satirical or humorous commentary on American society Monologue on crooks politics. It addresses themes of individualism, free will, censorshipthe music industry and human sexuality, while criticizing government and religion, and satirizing Catholicism and Scientology.
Joe's Garage is noted for its use of xenochronya recording technique that takes guitar solos from older live recordings and overdubs them onto new studio recordings.
All of the guitar solos on the album are xenochronous except for "Crew Slut" and " Watermelon Monologue on crooks Easter Hay ", a signature song that Zappa has described as the best song on the album, and according to his son Dweezilthe best guitar solo his father ever played.
Background[ edit ] After being released from his contractual obligations with Warner Bros. Mankind must be made more uniformly if The Future was going to work. Various ways were sought to bind us all together, but, alas, same-ness was unenforceable. It was about this time, that someone came up with the idea of Total Criminalization.
Based on the principle, that if we were all crooks, we could at last be uniform to some degree in the eyes of The Law. The album is narrated by a government employee identifying himself as The Central Scrutinizer, who delivers a cautionary tale about Joe, a typical adolescent male who forms a band as the government prepares to criminalize music.
Unless people begin to see through that, to see past it to, what sex is really all about, they're always going to have the same neurotic attitudes.
It's very neatly packaged. It all works hand-in-hand with the churches and political leaders at the point, where elections are coming up. Ron Hubbardas well as new age beliefs and the sexual revolution. The Central Scrutinizer sings the last song on the album in his "regular voice", and joins in a long musical number with most of the other people that worked with Zappa around Plot[ edit ] At the beginning of the album, in Act 1, we are introduced to " The Central Scrutinizer ", the album's narrator, who brings us a "special presentation" on music's bad influences on man.
We are introduced to Joe, the main character in the presentation.
Joe used to be the lead singer in a garage band, which eventually broke up " Joe's Garage ". Joe continues playing his music until a neighbor calls the police, who tell Joe to "stick closer to church-oriented social activities.
One day, Mary skips the church club and goes to the Armory. She becomes a roadie for a band called Toad-O "Crew Slut". Eventually, Mary gets sick of being a roadie and is dumped in Miami. Mary wins first place in the contest and wins fifty bucks, enough money to go home.
He learns German, dresses like a housewife and goes to a club called the "Closet", filled with sexual appliances. They go back to Sy's apartment and have sex, only for Joe to kill Sy accidentally during oral sex. Having given all his money to Hoover, Joe cannot pay to fix Sy and is arrested and sent to a special prison filled with people arrested due to music, who spend all day "plooking each other".
Joe is eventually "plooked" by the executives at the prison "Keep It Greasey".
Having "a long time to go before [he's] paid [his] debt to society", he decides to be "sullen and withdrawn" and sits around dreaming up imaginary guitar notes "Outside Now"until he is released from prison.
In Act 3, Joe is released from prison into a dystopian society where music has been made illegal and "[walks] through the parking lot in a semi-catatonic state", dreaming guitar notes. Eventually, he hears the voice of his neighbor Mrs. Borg taunting him in his head "He Used to Cut the Grass".
Joe becomes scared of rock journalists and sings about them. He sees a vision of Mary appear and deliver a lecture "Packard Goose". Joe goes back to his house and dreams his last imaginary guitar notes " Watermelon in Easter Hay ".Sep 16, · By Maria Vanegas. Shakespeare, "Romeo and Juliet", Act 2 Scene 2, "What light through yonder window breaks?".
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Joe's Garage is a three-part rock opera recorded by American musician Frank Zappa in September and November Originally released as two separate studio albums (a single album and a double album) on Zappa Records, the project was later remastered and reissued as a triple album box set, Joe's Garage, Acts I, II & III, in The LPs initially received mixed to positive reviews, with.