Subtitled "A Musical Fantasy," Winds of Change was yet another conceptual effort by the prolific Euro-disco producer Alec R. Costandinos. Nowhere near as acclaimed or successful as his landmark Romeo & Juliet album, Winds of Change was arranged and conducted by Raymond Knehnetsky, the same guy who collaborated with Costandinos on the 1978 Paris Connection project. It's fairly apparent with this album that Costandinos' enthusiasm was beginning to wane -- it wouldn't be long before he would disappear from the music scene after another half-hearted album for Casablanca.
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AllMusic Review by Jason Birchmeier