Cleveland's smooth group soul sound was well represented by the Out Of Sights, a five member group who started as students at John F. Kennedy High School. The group included Michael Booth, Stanley Reeves, Paul Woodall, and Greg Sill. Paul Woodall had been in the Tam-A-Las.
The group recorded four 45s for Saru, they were the first recording act on the label. Calvin Brown, working on contract for Saru (not related to label owner Chuck Brown) wrote and arranged their first few recordings, and played guitar.
Tony Christian replaced Michael Booth, after the 45s.
You Made Me Beg / For The Rest Of My Life (lead: Micheal Booth) - Saru 1610/1
I Can't Take It / Baby You Got It - Saru 1612/3
Tears Don't Care Who Cry / I Got Ta Be Me - Saru 1614/5
I Was Wrong / My Woman's Love - Saru 1616/8