Sydney pop band often on ABC-TV pop program GTK, most popular in their home city where they had four charting singles, 1970-71. See also Song To Raymondo.
Further reading: Milesago’s feature on Autumn.
From Melbourne: also worked with Johnny Chester.
Not the British band Jigsaw (Sky High, 1975) whose releases in Australia were issued under the name British Jigsaw to avoid confusion.
On CD: Bobby & Laurie With Other Fabulous Australian Performers of the Seventies, a Canetoad release.
*Not an official Elton John release, but an anonymous recording for a budget series of LPs featuring cover versions of current hits. See also In The Summertime.
This has been collected on Chartbusters Go Pop! 20 Legendary Covers from 1969/70 as Sung by Elton John.
Single on Dot by country music trio from Missouri, Tom, Bill & Harry Compton. Also on their album Yellow River (1972).
Reference: Compton Bros discography
at Discographies Rock ‘N’ Country.
Further reading: The Singing Compton Brothers Grow Up, from Lead Belt News, Flat River, Missouri, 1965, republished at St Francois County MoGoWeb Project [Home Page].
Thanks to Terry Stacey for version alert.
British band led by Jeff Christie. Song also known, for example, as L'Amerique.
Further reading: The Christie website.