|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Foolin Time / Thunderbird||2||Audio||1963||Ulster Electronic Developments|
|2||Sea Of Tranquility||16||Audio||Metronome|
|3||Sea Of Tranquility||16||Audio||1984||Metronome|
|4||The Legend||10||Audio||2010||The Irish Mail On Sunday|
|11||Sea Of Tranquility||16||Audio||1984||K-Tel|
|12||Sea Of Tranquility||16||Audio||1984||K-Tel|
|16||Sea Of Tranquility||16||Audio||Four Seasons Music (2)|
|19||Sea Of Tranquility||16||Audio||1984||K-Tel|
|21||Peace & Tranquility||22||Audio||1985||Harmac|
|23||The 'Derry Air / The Old Man||2||Audio||1985||Metronome|
|24||Classic Tranquility||16||Audio||K-Tel International|
|27||Lake Of Shadows||14||Audio||2001||Four Seasons Music (2)|
|28||Serenity||16||Audio||2003||Four Seasons Music (2)|
|29||Dreams Of Ireland||16||Audio||1989||Metronome|
|31||The Songs I Love So Well||14||Audio||2000||Four Seasons Music|
|32||Phil Coulter's Ireland||16||Audio||1985||K-Tel|
[b]When credited together with Bill Martin, use the entry Bill Martin & Phil Coulter[/b]
Irish artist with an international reputation as a successful songwriter, pianist, music producer, arranger and director (born 19 February 1942).
His success has spanned four decades and he is one of the biggest record sellers in Ireland. The Derry composer was awarded the prestigious Gold Badge from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA) in October 2009.
Coulter has won 23 Platinum Discs, 39 Gold Discs, 52 Silver Discs, two Grand Prix Eurovision awards; five Ivor Novello Awards, which includes Songwriter of the Year; three American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers awards; a Grammy Nomination; a Meteor Award, a National Entertainment Award and a Rose d’or d’Antibes.
Coulter is from Derry in Northern Ireland where his father was a policeman; one of few Catholic constables in the force. He grew up with his two brothers and two sisters.