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Pua Almeida (item code: HOCD2050 )

Rising over the beach where Hawaii's royalty once refreshed, the majestic Moana Hotel was the first resort of its kind to be built in Waikiki. With its towering presence, second only to nearby Diamond Head, the Moana Hotel has always displayed the spirit of Hawaii in song and dance. Na Kupuna Nights, held in the hotel's Banyan Tree Courtyard was a long-running popular evening concert showcasing the rich musical history of Hawaii. For fourteen years, a gifted musician with an exceptional tenor voice, Pua Almeida and his Sunset Serenaders, were the featured act there. You will be thrilled by this historic live recording nearly 50 years after it was made, and nearly 115 years since the majestic First Lady of Waikiki was opened. Featuring leader Pua Almeida (guitar/lead vocals), Billy Hew Len (Hawaiian steel guitar/vocals/percussion), Lucky Viloria (piano/vibraphone), Ronnie Souza (drums), and Tony Kwan (bass/vocals). Pua Almeida & his Sunset Serenaders, live at the Moana Hotel Banyan Court on the evening of July 23, 1966. ... see more

Artist/Compiled by: Pua Almeida & his Sunset Serenaders

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George Kainapau (item code: HOCD2030 )

George Kainapau is remembered as one of Hawaii's greatest ever falsetto singers. His strong, clear, and controlled voice, void of any breathiness, could glide smoothly from the falsetto register to high tenor without any break, and utilize the Hawaiian ha'i ornament just as easily. Now for the first time since 1957, and beautifully restored, are George Kainapau and his Island Serenaders: Sonny Kamahele, Kaipo Miller, and Jules Ah See. Recorded live at the Ale Ale Kai Room in the Kaiser Hawaiian Village on Waikiki. ... see more

Artist/Compiled by: George Kainapau -

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Bill Ali'iloa Lincoln (item code: HOCD 98000 )

Bill Ali'iloa Lincoln shared his musical talents with a grateful Hawaii for over sixty years, composing poetic Hawaiian language songs, performing on ukulele, guitar, bass, & piano, singing dancing, and teaching hula, plus producing & performing in Hawaiian shows around the world. More than all of that, however, is Bill Ali'iloa Lincoln's strong & clear voice that will always be remembered, climbing from bass to baritone, then from tenor to falsetto & finally to an even higher falsetto register. Bill Ali'iloa Lincoln was one of those few Hawaiian male singers that mastered the ability to sustain a lofty note to its outer limits, grab a split second gasp of air, soar to an even higher register, & there dance in that rare air with the utmost control & grace. This collection of 20 songs from the 1930s through the 1970s exemplifies the best of the Hawaiian hula & the best of an amazing Hawaiian falsetto singer. (Produced by Harry B. Soria, Jr. w/ Historical Liner Notes by Harry B. Soria, Jr., Kimo Alama Keaulana & R. Keawe Lopes, Jr.) [2008 Na Hoku Hanohano Award winner for "Anthology of the Year"!] ... see more

Artist/Compiled by: Bill Ali'iloa Lincoln

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Aloha Hula Hawaiian Style (item code: HOCD 26000 )

Aloha Hula Hawaiian Style. Winner of the 1996 Anthology of the Year Na Hoku Hanohano Award from the Hawaiian Academy of Recording Arts. This CD brings you 18 of the 28 original tracks from the tiny & short lived "Aloha Records" label. These recordings capture the essence of the Hawaii Calls Radio Show cast of the late 1940s, with a fine catalog of Hawaiian musical performances. Al Kealoha Perry & Henry K Lindsey created the label in 1947. Al Kealoha Perry served as musical director of the Hawaii Calls radio show for 30 years - 1937 to 1967. All of the Aloha label artists were also Hawaii Calls musicians & entertainers, including Haleloke, Gabby Pahinui, & Alfred Apaka. ... see more

Artist/Compiled by: Aloha Hula Hawaiian Style

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Lovely Hula Hands (item code: HOCD 42000 )

R. Alex Anderson, the "Godfather of Hapa Haole Music" vividly captured the beautiful essence of the hula with his lyrics to the first verse of the title song: "Lovely hula hands...Graceful as the birds in motion...Gliding like the gulls over the ocean...Lovely hula hands, kou lima nani e". These are 18 of the most popular hulas danced by Hawaiian youngsters of all ages. Generations have learned to sing the lyrics and dance the hula to these classic recordings from Hawaii's golden age of music. It will transport you back in time to the territorial days of Hawaii. This wonderful presentation is a must for collections of both the young & aspiring hula dancer and the avid hula fan. ... see more

Artist/Compiled by: Lovely Hula Hands

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