Co-charted in some cities with Mouth & MacNeal and/or Windows.
Jigsaw also worked with Johnny Chester and were heard on many of his hits in the 1970s: see Shame And Scandal (In The Family) by Johnny Chester and Jigsaw.
Not to be confused with: British band Jigsaw (Sky High, 1975) whose releases in Australia were issued under the name British Jigsaw to avoid confusion.
Reference: Ian McFarlane, Encyclopedia of Australian Rock & Pop.
Single on Decca label by Dutch duo, real names Willem Duyn and Sjoukje van't Spijker.
Maggie MacNeal is also a well-known solo singer: see From The Inside. The name 'MacNeal' is a play on the word 'spijker', meaning 'nail'. Willem Duyn died in December 2004. More at Alex Gitlin's Nederpop site.
The writers of How Do You Do were frequent collaborators on pop records. On How Do You Do, Harry van Hoof was the arranger and conductor, and Hans van Hemert was the producer.
Co-charted in Australia with covers by by Jigsaw and/or Windows. Charted in the USA in June 1972.
Thanks to Kees van der Hoeven.
Finnish band on US label Pravda.
This was a track on the Pravda compilation Star Power, one of a series of K-Tel style albums of old pop hits recorded by contemporary indy bands.
Same title but not the same song as ‘How Do You Do’ by Jigsaw.
Swedish duo with a flair for catchy pop hits: guitarist Per Gessle and vocalist Marie Fredriksson. See entry at All Music Guide.
Single on Warner Brothers, co-charted in Melbourne with Jigsaw, in Brisbane with Mouth & MacNeal.
One member of this German-based female duo was Scottish-born Shirley McKinley of British duo The McKinleys: see Sweet And Tender Romance.
According to Ubopopland: German duo, heavy Wha-wha fuzz guitar working in funky way + female vocal in flower power. Pop psych with cool studio prod[uction].