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Composer, producer and performer Phil Coulter was the reigning king of contemporary Celtic music, becoming the best-selling Irish artist of his generation. Born in Derry, Northern Ireland in 1942, Coulter began his career while studying music at Belfast's Queens University, writing the Capitol Showband's 1963 hit "Foolin' Time" and later penning the ensemble's 1965 Eurovision Song Contest entry "Walking the Streets in the Rain." Other notable compositions of the era include Twinkle's 1964 smash "Terry" and Them's oft-covered garage-rock classic "I Can Only Give You Everything.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- The Year Of The French - (3:28) - 909 plays
- Coultergeist - (4:19) - 935 plays
- The Shores Of The Swilly - (4:12) - 359 plays
- Tranquility - (4:01) - 201 plays
- In loving Memory - (3:26) - 133 plays
- Highland Cathedral - (4:30) - 118 plays
- Sunlight on the Water - (3:07) - 193 plays
- Pilgrim's Way - (5:00) - 132 plays
- Rowan Tree - (3:12) - 105 plays
- The Skye Boat Song - (3:24) - 134 plays
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