Jamie O'Reilly | Portrait of Isabel

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Portrait of Isabel

by Jamie O'Reilly

Jamie is a classically trained folk singer, known for the lilting cry in her voice and powerful interpretations of ballads.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Portrait of Isabel (feat. Michael Smith)
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About the track
Accompanying Jamie's vocal on this single are Michael P. Smith, guitar. Peter Swenson, guitar. Bob Weber, cello.
Al Ehrich, bass. And harmony vocals include Sarah Chang, Nia O'Reilly Amandes, and Meg Broz.
It was recorded in Roots Salon in 2010.
The song is written by Michael P. Smith, who was inspired by the short stories of Shirley Jackson.
About Jamie
With a nearly 4 decade career as one of Chicago’s premiere song stylists, Jamie is known for the lilting cry in her voice and powerful interpretations of ballads and songs for the stage. A rich, aural tradition of singing contribute to her signature vocal style. Jamie is an entertainer with broad vocal range and a vibrant connection to her repertoire and her audience. Her musical tastes and material range from period songs – grand waltzes and parlor songs of the 1890s – to chamber music – to Irish ballads and Andalusian folksongs. She sings steamy cabaret numbers tinged with Latin rhythms, and the songbird repertoire of the ’30 & ’40s. As a lyricist, she creates original material as well, often with songwriter Michael Smith, who also contributes the musical arrangements to her act. Jamie’s performances on recordings stays true to the acoustic tradition of the voice in its pure form.



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