Chris & Craig were the duo of vocalist/songwriters Chris Ducey and Craig Smith, who released one rare solitary on Capitol in 1966. The A-side, “Isha,” was a reasonably adventurous folk-rock track with a solid hint of psychedelia, especially in the Eastern-style melody and harpsichord. The turn side, “I WANT You,” was a far more regular and poppy folk-rocker. Ducey and Smith would continue steadily to interact in the Cent Arkade, who do the right folk-rock with psychedelic trimmings that could recall areas of both Buffalo Springfield as well as the Monkees. None from the Cent Arkade’s recordings (made by Mike Nesmith) had been released prior to the band split up in the past due ’60s, but about an album’s worthy of of them arrived on the unusual early-’70s LPs acknowledged to Maitreya Kali. Maitreya Kali was a pseudonym for Craig Smith, plus some of his post-Penny Arkade single recordings had been combined with Cent Arkade leftovers for the Maitreya Kali albums; the complete complicated saga is certainly complete in the entries for the Cent Arkade, Maitreya Kali, and Craig Smith.