Free Recordings!

Posted by Jay Lee on November 21, 2005

Our second album is now available for download. And it’s FREE!

This is the out of print CD that contains Barney, Ringa-dinga-da, Tell Me Ma and the infamous Remnant Stew, one of the first songs ever written by Greg for the Flying Fish Sailors!

Just download the file and extract the contents to a folder on your hard drive.
You can then listen on your MP3 player or burn them to CD.

Download Remnant Stew

Back in 1995 and 1996 Jay Lee organized two Celtic music events at the now defunct Rockefeller’s Nightclub.

The first event was called “Blarney Fest” and featured The Flying Fish Sailors, Ceili’s Muse and the first major public performance by the legendary band, Clandestine. The master of ceremonies was Jim McKenzie. The concert was completely sold out and by any measure, a huge success for all parties invloved.

The second event was called “Son of Blarney Fest” and featured the same bands and also included Gordian Knot and a solo performance by Mary Maddux. This event also sold out and was a huge success.

Both concerts were recorded and a limited run of CD’s and cassettes were sold and they were never reprinted. But now, thanks to the digital age, these recordings are available once more via web download ABSOLUTELY FREE!!

Click on the following links to get your copy today!

BlarneyFest 95

Son of BlarneyFest

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  • George said,

    Awesome! Hey man, when is your next show?

    –George

  • Flying Fish Sailors » Blog Archive » Remant Stew said,

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  • rirou said,

    I’m surching for the song: I’ll tell me ma. I’m searching the version for dancing!!(irish dancing!!)

    Reply me please! Thanks!!!

  • Jenny said,

    What a great idea! I just heard you guys for the first time on the Renaissance Festival Postcast and decided to give your music a listen.

    I’m always a fan of artists who share their music like this. So I wanted to thank you, let you know you have a new fan, and share a smile.

    And now I’m off to check out your albums on Amazon.com. Cheers!

  • Mariah Clark said,

    Ah, bless you fellows! I am so glad to find this album again. I used to own it, but my house was broken into and my CD collection was one of the things taken… along with all my hard-to-get CDs of chanties and folk music.

    I’ve known you since I was a little girl on Elissa, in Galveston, but I’ve since moved to Wisconsin. Glad to see you’re still singing… wish I could see you!

    Thank you!!

    M

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