ABOUTEarly 1960s Latino rocker who later switched to soft ballads. Best known songs include "Let's Dance" (1962), "The More I See You" (1966), and "Call Me" (1966). Also performed duets with Kathy Young (as Chris and Kathy).
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Chris And Kathy
- All You Had To Do (Was Tell Me) 1964
- You're The One 1964
(B-side of duet version of "All You Had To Do (Was Tell Me)")
- Call Me 1966
- Let's Dance 1962
(This famous frat house rocker with roller rink organ later also became a hit for Ola & the Janglers (1969).)
- Love Me 1962
(B-side of solo version of "All You Had To Do (Was Tell Me)")
- The More I See You 1966
- My Baby Loves To Dance 1963
- Some Kinda Fun 1962
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