22 Songs, 52 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Sundazed Music ,

Earnest Songcraft With a Healthy Dose of Nashville Twang!

Gene Thomas and Debbe Neville had their golden moment in the sun with the coyly seductive “Playboy,” a 1968 national Top Twenty smash. Incorporating wholesome vocal harmonies and earnest songcraft with a healthy dose of Nashville twang, most of the material comes from the prolific pen of Gene Thomas. Gene & Debbe also cut marvelous versions of songs by the Everly Brothers, as well as such revered American songsmiths as John D. Loudermilk and Mickey Newbury. The 22-song set, all taken from the original TRX master tapes, includes their complete TRX album, along with rare single sides, plus previously unheard material. Playboy — The Best Of Gene & Debbe permanently assures Thomas’ smooth vocal drawl and Neville’s wide-eyed delivery will always be there for the classic pop radio audience.

YuLaugh68 ,


Brings back many memories.....these two are beautiful together. Gene Thomas was an incredible song writer.

Brijett ,


I am thrilled to have "Playboy" in my music collection. I remember this one-hit wonder song from my early youth and now I can play it for all the doubters who think I am making up the song when I jokingly use some of the lyrics. THANK YOU iTUNES!

P.S. I only purchased the one song so I can't favorably rate the entire album. iTunes needs to add a rating for single-song purchases.

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