Songs of a Catholic Childhood

(2012, J. O'Reilly Productions)

Jamie O'Reilly, vocals
Michael Smith, vocals & guitar
John Abbey, bass

Recorded live at Chief O'Neill's Pub, Chicago, 2012

Live mix:John Halliburton
Studio mix and mastering:John Abbey
Producer: Jamie O'Reilly, J. O'Reilly Productions
Artwork & CD Design: Jamie O'Reilly, Judith Quittner Seizys, Main Royal Communication Design
Cover and back photos:Nia O'Reilly Amandes
Publicist:Kathy O'Neill
  Songlist: L=Lyrics  
On This Day O Beautiful Mother words & music: Fr. Louis Lambillotte, 18th c
Bring Flowers of the Rarest words & music: Mary E. Walsh, 1871
Sr. Clarissa words & music: Michael P. Smith, Bird Ave.
Pagan Children words & music: Michael P. Smith; additional lyrics: Jamie O'Reilly
Tantum Ergo wrods & music: Thomas Aquinas
When Blossoms Flowered 'Mid the Snow words: Frederick Marten; music: Petro You
Mary's Boy Child inspired by Harry Belafonte, 1956; words & music: Jester Hairston
Touhy & Bell story by Jamie
She Would Sing the Kerrry Dances words & music: Tom Amandes
Pittston, PA story by Michael
Sure Has Grown words & music: Michael P. Smith
I Fell Out of Love with Sin Today words & music: Jamie O'Reilly and Michael P. Smith
The Holy City inspired by Jeanette McDonald, 1936; words & music: F.E. Weatherly, Stephen Adams
Bells of St. Mary's inspired by Bing Crosby, 1945; words: Douglas Furber; music: A. Emmett Adams
Sunday story by Jamie
Transfiguration words: Jamie O'Reilly; music: Tom Amandes
Altar Boy story by Michael
I Brought My Father with Me words & music: Michael P. Smith
Nightly Prayers story by Jamie
Song of Bernadette words & music: Leonard Cohen, Jennifer Warnes, William Elliot
Angels Were at Our Side from a poem by Gabriela Mistral; music: Michael P. Smith
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