Mary Coughlan


Discography of Mary Coughlan:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Tired & Emotional 10 Audio 1987 WEA
2 Ancient Rain 5 Audio 1986 Mystery Records (4)
3 Sentimental Killer 11 Audio 1992 Warner Music
4 Ride On 2 Audio 1987 Mystery Records (4)
5 Invisible To You 2 Audio 1990 WEA
6 4 Track Sampler 4 Audio 1997 Big Cat
7 Red Blues 11 Audio 2002 Tradition & Moderne
8 Under The Influence 14 Audio 1987 Wea Records Ltd.
9 Uncertain Pleasures 10 Audio 1990
10 Red Blues 11 Audio 2010 The Irish Mail On Sunday
11 Sings Billie Holiday 21 Audio 2000 Evangeline
12 My Bloody Valentine 8 Audio 2007 Sunday Independent
13 Live In Galway 14 Audio 2004 Sunday Independent
14 Uncertain Pleasures 10 Audio 1990-03-05 EastWest
15 Under The Influence 16 Audio 1987-07-27 WEA
16 Live In Galway 14 Audio 1996 Big Cat
17 A Leaf From A Tree 2 Audio 1990
18 Sentimental Killer 11 Audio 1992 Warner Music
19 Love Me Or Leave Me - The Best Of Mary Coughlan 19 Audio 1994 Warner Music
20 There Is A Bed 3 Audio 1992
21 Man Of The World 4 Audio 1990
22 Under The Influence 14 Audio 1987 Mystery Records (4)
23 The Secret Of Living: Taken From The Forthcoming Album "A Woman's Heart - 20th Anniversary Collection" 4 Audio 2012 Dara
24 There Is A Bed 2 Audio 1992 Warner Music
25 Love For Sale 12 Audio 1993 Demon Records
26 Live In Galway 14 Audio 1996 Big Cat
27 After The Fall 13 Audio 1997 Big Cat
28 Tired & Emotional 10 Audio 1987
29 The House Of Ill Repute 13 Audio 2008 Westpark Music
30 Invisible To You 3 Audio 1986 WEA
31 Tired & Emotional 10 Audio 1987
32 The Platinum Collection 19 Audio 2007 Warner Platinum
33 Ancient Rain 10 Audio Mystery Records (4)
34 Uncertain Pleasures 10 Audio 1990
35 Invisible To You 2 Audio 1990 WEA


Born in Galway in 1956, her teenage years were dominated by drink, drugs and depression, quitting Convent school along the way - she even made a suicide attempt at 16.

In 1984 she met Dutch musician Erik Visser, made a demo and came second in a Galway talent contest. By 1985 she was appearing on Ireland's top chat show - Gay Byrne's "Late Late Show". Soon she was selling out concerts throughout Ireland, and her excellent debut album at the age of 29 sold 100,000 copies.


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