Daffodil Records was a Canadian record label that existed from 1971 to 1978 co-founded by Frank Davies, who had previously been associated in the United Kingdom with Liberty Records and EMI Records. Davies assumed the position of vice-president of the new label. The label is notable as having released the first live-in-concert album by a Canadian band: Crowbar's Larger Than Life: And Live'r Than You'll Ever Be, a recording of the band's concert at Toronto's Massey Hall, released in 1971. In addition, Daffodil Records was the first independent Canadian label to be distributed under its own name in international markets. Canadian artists releasing recordings through the label included King Biscuit Boy, Crowbar, A Foot in Coldwater, Klaatu and Fludd.