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.
Sandy, Take hold of my Hand
Hey Ho! Can't You hear the Steamer?
You can't make Music with That!
Archie, don't be so Stiff and Starchy!
I'll make You want Me
Algernon, Go Hon!
I'm coming back to Bonnie Scotland
Make your mind up Maggie Mackenzie
Beautiful Baby Doll
Take Advice from One Who knows
Everybody loves our Baby
You're here and I'm there (with Jack Charman)
Let's pretend We're married (with Jack Charman)
Love me while the Lovin' is Good (with Jack Charman)
When they've wound the watch up on the rhine (with Jack Charman)
We've been married just one year (with Jack Charman)
I've got everything I want but you (with Jack Charman)
Sandy, Take hold of my Hand (Alternative Version)
Popsy Wopsy (Alternative Version)
Let's pretend We're married (Alternative Version)
I'll make You want Me (Alternative Version)
Algernon, Go Hon! (Alternative Version)