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Daisy Taylor was one of the top Scottish Music Hall Artistes of the early 20th Century.  She left a legacy of fine recordings but sadly she only lived until the age of 36 years.  Popular throughout the United Kingdom, she also toured in America and  South Africa.  Reticent lovers and bagpipes play a part in her songs - for example You can't Make Music with That relating to the problems from a student bagpipe player.

Daisy Taylor - Popsy Wopsy
Daisy Taylor - Popsy Wopsy Album (Download) GBP £7.99

Jock Mills was a popular scottish comedian whose recorded output spanned the years 1906 to 1916.  One of his most famous songs was "The Suffragee" which was his riposte to the Suffragette movement of the time. Successful throughout the UK and beyond, in his later years he retired from the stage and became the landlord of Jock Mills' Bar in Glasgow.

Jock Mills - Parading in our Tartan
Jock Mills - Album (Download) Parading in our Tartan GBP £7.99

The Three Rascals came from America and made a great impression in Britain for their spirited ragtime songs.  They performed in Music Halls throughout the land to great acclaim.  This Album covers their main recording period from 1912 to 1914 and includes many classic songs.

The Three Rascals - Ragtime Melodies
The Three Rascals - Ragtime Melodies Album Download GBP £7.99

Jen Latona orignally described her act as "Songs of Hu,our accompanied by Piano and Concertina".  Although born in England, she married American Frank Latona at an early age.  Based in London, they also had property in Michigan and New York and toured extensively.

Jen Latona - Rickety Stairs
Jen Latona - Rickety Stairs - Album Download GBP £7.99

When Vesta first appeared on stage at the age of 9 years old she was billed as the most marvelously gifted child in the world. Vesta Victoria reached the heights of Music Hall fame with such songs as Daddy wouldn't buy me a bow wow  and Waiting at the Church in which she suffers the indignity of being left at the altar.  Music Hall at its best.

Vesta Victoria - Waiting at the Church
Vesta Victoria - Waiting at the Church Album Download GBP £7.99

Vesta Tilley became the greatest male impersonator on the Music Hall Stage.  Her popularity was such that she could set the fashions in men's attire.  During The Great War, she sang songs related to the times and became known as England's Greatest Recruiting Sergeant

Vesta Tilley - The London Idol
Vesta Tilley - The London Idol - Album Download GBP £7.99

Harry Fragson managed a successful career as a music hall artiste in both France and Britain.  His most famous song was Hello, Who's Your Lady Friend, but he composed a number of other songs which he performed in his own vigourous style.  He died prematurely, after he was shot by his father in Paris.

Fragson - Ladies Beware
Fragson - Ladies Beware Album Download GBP £7.99
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