James & Bobby Purify were an R&B singing duo, whose biggest hits were "I'm Your Puppet" in 1966, which reached number six in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and in a re-recorded version number 12 in the UK Singles Chart (in April 1976), and "Let Love Come Between Us" in 1967, which reached number 23 in the US.
The original "Bobby Purify" (Robert Lee Dickey) was replaced by a second "Bobby Purify" (Ben Moore) in the 1970s.
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He was the brother of jazz cornetist Nat Adderley, a longtime member of his band.
He played with a big band fronted by Chico Marx (1943), was fortunate enough to appear in the classic jazz short Jammin' the Blues (1944), and then worked with the big bands of Charlie Barnet (1944-1945) and Artie Shaw (1945)A Laid Back, Melodonic Original MIDI By Bill That Is Really Hard To Describe, I'll Try: A Little Blues, A Little Country With A Tinge Of Bluegrass And ALittle More Blues And A Rotaly Organ For The Melody Line!