Composer, maker and performer Phil Coulter was the reigning ruler of modern Celtic music, becoming the best-selling Irish designer of his era. Delivered in Derry, North Ireland in 1942, Coulter started his profession while learning music at Belfast’s Queens College or university, composing the Capitol Showband’s 1963 strike “Foolin’ Period” and afterwards penning the ensemble’s 1965 Eurovision Tune Contest admittance “Strolling the Streets in the torrential rain.” Other significant compositions from the period consist of Twinkle’s 1964 smash “Terry” and Them’s oft-covered garage-rock traditional “I COULD Only OFFER YOU Everything.” Still, Coulter liked his greatest achievement as a article writer after teaming up with collaborator Costs Martin; jointly they authored a number of the biggest pop strikes of the time, including Sandie Shaw’s Eurovision-winning “Puppet on the String” and Cliff Richard’s “Great job.” Despite his pop achievement, he remained attracted to the Irish folk of his youngsters, working with works like the Dubliners, Planxty as well as the Furey Brothers while concurrently composing some strikes for the Bay Town Rollers. After his relationship with Martin finished during the past due ’70s, Coulter changed increasingly to executing, and in 1983 released his single debut Basic Tranquility; its meditative, lushly-orchestrated renditions of traditional Celtic favorites instantly have scored with Irish viewers, and on the effectiveness of subsequent initiatives including 1984’s Ocean of Tranquility and 1985’s Phil Coulter’s Ireland, he surfaced as the country’s best-selling musician. Later materials including 1990’s Phrases and Music, 1993’s Recollections and 2000’s Highland Cathedral released Coulter to an evergrowing international audience aswell. The intimate Tracks I Love Therefore Well was released on Shanachie in early 2001.