The Fitzgerald Family Christmas Soundtrack
Songs from the movie The Fitzgerald Family Christmas Soundtrack

1. Carol of the Bells – P.T. Walkley
2. Joy to the World – P.T. Walkley
3. Leaving Home for the Holidays – P.T. Walkley
4. We Three Kings – Michael Aarons
5. Fitzgerald Family Christmas Theme – P.T. Walkley
6. Oh, Christmas Tree – Christopher Jackson
7. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear (feat. Lauren Balthrop) – P.T. Walkley
8. Toyland – Frannybird
9. Leaving, Gentlemen – P.T. Walkley
10. The First Noel (feat. Philip Flip Walkley) – P.T. Walkley
11. What Moody Child? – P.T. Walkley
12. Nos Gala (Deck the Halls) – The Traces
13. For Better or for Worse? – P.T. Walkley
14. Away in a Manger – Patrick Mc Cormack
15. Pushed – P.T. Walkley
16. Oh Come Oh Come Emmanuel (feat. Leah Segal) – P.T. Walkley

The Fitzgerald Family Christmas Album (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Various Artists

Synopsis: A group of grown Irish-American siblings grapple with their estranged father’s request to join them for Christmas dinner 20 years after he walked out on their family in this holiday drama from writer/director Edward Burns (The Brothers McMullen). It’s been two decades since Big Jim Fitzgerald (Ed Lauter) left his wife Josie (Anita Gillette) and their seven children. Ever since that day, Josie swore Jim would never set foot in her house again. Things start to get complicated, however, when eldest sibling Gerry (Burns) returns home with word that his absentee father seeks a chance to reconcile with his family during their upcoming Christmas celebrations. For the younger children it would mean a chance to meet the father they’ve never really known, but for the older siblings and their embittered mother, the scars left by abandonment have never quite healed. When Josie learns of Jim’s request despite her children’s best efforts to keep it a secret, she erupts due to years of pent up anger and resentment. Meanwhile, as grieving widower Gerry finds his friendship with the nurse (Connie Britton) hired to care for his late wife’s mother growing into something much more intimate, the rest of his siblings contend with their own personal crises. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Cast: Kerry Bishé, Connie Britton, Edward Burns, Heather Burns, Dara Coleman, Brian D’Arcy James, Marsha Dietlein Bennett, Noah Emmerich, Caitlin FitzGerald, Anita Gillette, Tom Guiry, Ed Lauter, Malachy McCourt, Michael McGlone, Daniella Pineda, Nick Sandow, John Solo, Joyce Van Patten



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