East Wind (originally with 'The') were a very popular band in the Cleveland rock club scene of the 1970s. East Wind often played 6 nights a week, with their home base being Sunday night at the Longhorn. The band started in 1968, and by 1970 was headlining in the local clubs. The original lineup included Jim Greer (guitar/vocals), Rich Attinoto (keyboards/vocals), Bob Szabo (bass/vocals), Bill Greer (drums). A few years after the band started Tony Mazzone took over on drums. The band recorded several demos and in late 1975 then released a 45 on their own. The songs were written by the band and are good examples of 'Cleveland rock' of the time. The 45 came in a color pic sleeve.
(45) Sadness Never Lasts / Could This Be Love (S.E.C.) (ps) 1975