Rae Bourbon (aka "Ray Bourbon") started in show business in silent movies and English music hall and, in the 1930s and 40s, was known for his gay themed nightclub review and performances in San Francisco, Los Angeles and many other cities.
"Let Me Tell You About My Operation" was recorded and released in the 1950s and was the seventh album self-published by Ray on the UTC (or "Under the Counter") label. The album; sold at Bourbon's nightclub dates, via mail order, and in select record shops; consists of studio versions of some of Ray's popular nightclub songs and routines.
This particular lp is probably the most famous by Rae - it was released as part of a publicity hoax by Rae to promote the fact that he had a "sex change". The back cover of the album includes articles about the hoax, which was picked up by major columnists like Walter Winchell.