- Annie Laurie
- Flower of Scotland
- The Rowan Tree
- Ye Banks and Braes
- Eriskay Love-Lilt/Westering Home
- Will Ye No Come Back Again?
- Loch Lomond
- Amazing Grace
- The Skye Boat Song
- Song for the Mira
- Red, Red Rose/Bonny Mary of Argyll
- I Belong to Glasgow
- Dark Island
- Auld Lang Syne
- No Awá Tae Bide Awá/Scotland the Brave
Scottish Tranquilityby Phil Coulter
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Performance CreditsPhil Coulter Primary Artist
Technical CreditsPhil Coulter Arranger,Producer
Tony Harris Engineer
John Newton Composer
Zak Starlighter Engineer
Robert Burns Composer
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Scottish Tranquility based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
The soothing style of Phil Coulter lets you drift away into a world of pleasant and carefree memories.. Each song opens a door on a land and people that are beautiful and enduring. Has provided me and my family with hours of listening pleasure.
I recently took a friend, a native of Glascow now living in the States, to stay with relatives. I popped Phil Coulter's Scottish Tranquility into the car's tape player on low volume, hoping to bring some peace to my friend's life, since she was experiencing a very trying ordeal. She almost immediately noticed the melodies and her spirits rebounded with Phil Coulter's wonderful, emotionally intense interpretation of her native Scotland. I have enjoyed this treasure of music many, many times since and each time it has given me a spiritual lift, perhaps like the comfort it gave my distraught Highlands friend finding her way to relatives and respit.
While in Scotland last week, our tour director played this CD throughout our trip. It added a depth of warmth and feeling to the historic sites we saw. If you love Scotland or her music, this is an excellent selection for you. Every time you hear it, it will refresh your experience and give you a sense of this wonderful land. Beautifully done.