Jigsaw were an English pop music group, fronted by the singer-songwriter duo of Clive Scott and Des Dyer. In Australia the group was called "British Jigsaw" due to the existence of a local band of the same name. Originally a six piece band, formed from musicians in Coventry and Rugby by Tony Campbell in 1966, they went on to score a number of hit singles around the world. They also released thirteen albums. The group was partly influenced by fellow British musicians The Beatles, at times sounding Beatle-esque, especially their ballads, which show leanings towards Paul McCartney's musical and vocal arrangements. The original line-up consisted of Dave "Biffo" Beech (vocals and drums), Clive Scott (keyboards and vocals), Barrie Bernard (bass guitar), Tony Campbell (guitar), Tony Britnell (saxophone) and Kevin "Beppy" Mahon (saxophone).
01 - That's What It's All About 02 - Summertime Wintertime 03 - A Bedtime Story 04 - Gun 05 - Baby's Lost Time 06 - Just Another Clown 07 - Only Because You're There 08 - Have You Heard The News 09 - Linda 10 - And I Like You 11 - My Summer Song 12 - It's A Sort Of Magic