The second Blue Angel of the decade belonged to Irish singer Liam 'Lee' Lynch, and it appears to have been solely a vehicle for his recordings. There were three albums and at least six singles issued on the label, most of which were issued in the 1980s, but the first album and the first single, 'The Songs My Father Sang' (FLIP-101) came out in 1979. Lee Lynch had a lot of recording experience: he seems to have started making records in the mid '60s, and over the intervening years he recorded for Rex, Pye, Ember and Columbia as well as for exclusively Irish concerns Hit and Release. The second single on Blue Angel, 'Paddy's On The Move Again' (FLIP-001; 1980) was picked up and reissued by CBS. Lee Lynch Real Name was Liam Lynch Born in Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, Ireland. In 1965 Lee formed his own band 'The Blue Angels' and their debut single was released in 1966 on the Decca label, the Lennon & McCartney song 'You Won't See Me'. one of his best known singles 'Paddy's On The Move Again', followed up in 1982 by 'Famous Shamus'. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
The Songs My Father Sang