Here are three interesting 45's which all came out, most likely in the '60's, under the name Bobby Christian. Whether they are all by the same Bobby Christian is not clear to me, although they do share a certain offbeat style.
During the 365 days project, I shared an unusual record that I had found, an 45 rpm acetate, uncut from its 12" size, and with a label from the recording studio. That story can be found here, but as this was the first time I had come across this artist's name, I'm also including the tracks here. As I wrote before, Jumpin' Jack appears to have been released at some point, while I can find no reference to "South Seas Beach House" having ever been released:
I subsequently heard the following Halloween favorite, which appeared on the Wing label. I don't have the flip side of this one, as this recording is made from an old radio broadcast of the song:
Finally, a recent discovery, yet another "Bobby Christian" release, on yet a third label, in this case, Salem. I particularly like "Crickets On Parade", which "Enough Man" sounds like someone trying to recreate one of David Seville's b-sides.