A pair of cousins, James Purify and Robert Lee Dickey, joined forces in 1965 for some classic Southern soul duets during the mid-'60s. Producer Papa Don Schroeder brought the soulful Floridians to Muscle Shoals in 1966 to record at Rick Hall's FAME Studios, and the result was the gorgeous mid-tempo "I'm Your Puppet." The Dan Penn/Spooner Oldham ballad, released on New York's Bell Records in 1966, reached number six on their charts, becoming their biggest hit. The following year, both a revival of the Five Du-Tones' "Shake a Tail Feather" and "Let Love Come Between Us" joined their predecessor in the Top 40. Six other R&B chart hits followed before Robert retired in 1970. James went it alone for a while before recruiting Ben Moore, and they picked up right where the old duo left off. They managed to scale the charts one more time with the country-pop tinged "Do Your Thing" on Casablanca in 1974. ~ Bill Dahl & Rob Bowman, Rovi

James & Bobby Purify - You Can't Keep A Good Man Down
I'm Your Puppet - James and Bobby Purify
You Can't Keep a Good Man Down
American Bandstand 1967 – Shake A Tail Feather, James & Bobby Purify
Something Is Wrong (With My Baby)
My Adorable One
I'm Your Puppet
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