Bounce Your Boobies

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"Bounce Your Boobies"
Song by Rusty Warren
Released 1961
Genre Comedy
Composer Rusty Warren
Language English

"Bounce Your Boobies" is a song written and performed by comedian Rusty Warren[1] and allegedly by Bette Midler.

A song popularized in the feminist era of the 1960s, it enjoyed a resurgence in the 2000s when it was played every Friday on The Randi Rhodes Show at the beginning of the program.[citation needed] Though the song has been reported to have been most famously performed by Bette Midler, Rusty Warren has stated many times that she is not aware of Midler having ever performed the song but would have been pleased if Midler had wanted to sing it.[citation needed]

On December 9, 2011, Rhodes announced that after that day's show, she would no longer be playing "Bounce Your Boobies" on Fridays, saying that she felt like it was time for a change after having played it for 12 years.[citation needed] As of March 14, 2014, Rhodes is once again playing the song in the opening of her Friday show.[citation needed]

Warren's version appears on Dr. Demento Presents: Greatest Novelty Records of All Time, Vol. 3: 1960's (Rhino Records).

Albums[edit]

  • Rusty Warren Bounces Back - Jubilee LP, 1961
  • Dr. Demento Presents The Greatest Novelty Records Of All Time, Vol. 3: The 1960s - Rhino LP/CS 822, 1985

References[edit]

  1. ^ K. Arnold, Thomas (March 1, 1988). "Dr. Demento to Make San Diego House Call". The Los Angeles Times. 

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