Jigsaw were a Uk pop group who present mainstream achievement in the mid-’70s with a small number of prominent singles, especially the international strike “Sky Great.” Called after Manchester’s Jigsaw Membership nightclub, the group was produced in Coventry and Rugby, Britain in 1966 by guitarist Tony Campbell. Originally a powerful rock act using a penchant for outrageous stage antics (fire-eating, exploding amps, burning up drum sets), Jigsaw begun to steer themselves toward even more radio-friendly play the first ’70s. Together with Campbell and bassist Barrie Bernard was the group’s songwriting group of Clive Scott (keyboards/vocals) and Des Dyer (vocals/drums), whose initial taste of true achievement was penning the 1974 strike “Who DO YOU CONSIDER You Are” for fellow U.K. group Candlewick Green. Jigsaw’s very own version from the melody was featured on the 4th LP, I’ve Seen the Film, I’ve Browse the Publication, though it had been not released as an individual and didn’t chart. The next year, after becoming fallen from BASF Information, the music group authorized on with Splash Information, an unbiased U.K. label founded by their supervisor and maker, Chas Peate. “Sky Great,” their debut one for Splash, was documented for the 1975 George Lazenby fighting techinques film THE PERSON from Hong Kong and would continue to be their most effective release. Issued quickly afterward as the business lead track with an record from the same name, “Sky Great” wouldn’t normally just reach the U.K. TOP, but was also a significant strike in the U.S., Australia, and finally Japan, where, strangely, the song’s make use of as the theme melody by well-known Mexican wrestler Máscaras helped it turn into a strike double in consecutive years. Using their elevated account and another 1976 U.S. strike called “Like Fire” emerged an American record offer, and in 1977 Jigsaw released both a fresh U.K. record on Splash known as Bits of Magic and a self-titled recording for the U.S. marketplace on 20th Hundred years Fox. That same yr, their fresh American label flew these to LA to record a fresh recording with maker Rick Jerrard known as Trip into Space, though it under no circumstances saw release. Back England, their following single, “EASILY Have to DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY,” became popular and the music group continuing to tour and record. They added ten new tracks towards the soundtrack from the U.K. film House Before Midnight, though by 1979 both Bernard and Campbell got remaining the group and Jigsaw ultimately ceased touring a year or two later. Using their recently rearranged lineup, Jigsaw released a self-titled disco-influenced LP for Elektra in the U.S., even though it would end up being their last. One last single, “Like Isn’t in the home,” was released by Splash in 1983, and the group disbanded.