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Sin-Sational

Rusty Warren

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Jubilee Records...JGM 2034...[1961]...33 1/3 LP...Mono

Side 1
1) Let Me Entertain You - S. Sanderheim/J. Styne...NTG
2) Mother-Daughter Talk - "Don´t Do It" - Not Given...NTG
3) Technical Improvements Be Hanged! - Not Given...NTG
4) "I Like It" Girls - Not Given...NTG
5) It´s Mine... - Not Given...NTG
6) A Good Man Is Hard To Find - Eddie Greene...NTG

Side 2
1) Those Stairs Are Killing Me - Not Given...NTG
2) Rusty For President? - Not Given...NTG
3) Growing Pains - Not Given...NTG
4) Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries - L. Brown/R. Henderson...NTG

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ON THE BACK OF THE JACKET

Rusty Warren

Sin-Sational

• Performer • Performance • Perfection

Do you blush easily?
Do you blush because you blush easily?
Is there something dull about the innocent?
Are you a pagan?

It is not necessary that you answer any of the above. Not in public, least. But if there is any doubt in your mind about the direction you are heading—toward Sin or away from it — Rusty Warren is holding a frank and free discussion entitled SINSATIONAL. It is! It most assuredly is!

SINSATIONAL is the third course Rusty is giving in "How Sin Gets Around" or "Grab Yourself A Handful, It´s Free." She proves that Sin is geographical—in more ways than one.

Rusty comes charging across the Alamo (the Club Alamo in Detroit) like the Knockers Up girl of old.
(See Jubilee Album JGM 2029.) However you remember the Alamo, forget it. It will never be quite the same.

From its opening frank and frothy discussion on Anatomy to the concluding chapter of Youth Wants To Know — SINSATIONAL is the real Rusty Warren. Of course, there is more.

If you have never been part of a Mother-Daughter Talk (and what kind of man would you be if you have) there is sage advice on Bringing Up Daughters. The magic words, when they are 7 or 8 or 9 are "Don´t do it!" The magic words for 10 or 11 year-olds are "Don´t do it!" When they are 13-14-15 the words are "Don´t do it!" But when they are 18-19-20—oh, boy.

One whole chapter might well be called Technical Improvements Be Hanged by the "I Like It" Girls; another, by contrast, recalls Rusty´s early days in her mother´s house in Boston. You might say it should be called "Those Stairs Are Killing Me!" You just might say it, but Rusty doesn´t fool around. She says it!

There is also lengthy advice on How To Solve The Cold War or Women May Take Over.

All of this and more is heard in SINSATIONAL. Here is Rusty Warren, that chippie off the old block, knocking any ideas you may have been trying to hide into a cocked hat.

Remember SONGS FOR SINNERS (Jubilee Album 2024). That was Rusty when she first was captured at the Pomp Room in Phoenix, Arizona. When KNOCKERS UP! was caught, Rusty was at the Golden Falcon in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Now she is lassoed at the Club Alamo in Detroit, accompanied by the Ronnie Phillips Combo . . . and a live audience, laughing it up and banging on table-tops with their wooden knockers for more.

Sin is geographical. And Rusty has been spreading it around from New York — where she was born — to Boston — where she was raised to Chicago, St. Louis and many other points. Rusty has been pushing siresations with wide approval. Her clan is widespread and hooked.

As the MC at the Alamo says: Here is that lusty red-head . . .Rusty Warren. She´s SINSATIONAL!

SUPERLAPHONIC HI-FI
YOU CAN ACHIEVE GREATER LISTENING PLEASURE BY PLAYING THIS MOMOPHONIC HI-FI RECORDING ON A STEREO PHONOGRAPH, WITHOUT ANY DAMAGE TO THE DISC.

Cover Design: Stephen Hass Studio
Produced by: Herb Abramson
Cover & Liner Printed by Mac Murray Press, N. Y.

JUBILEE RECORDS 315 West 47th St., New York, N. Y.
A Product of Jay-Gee Record Co., Inc.



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