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Kilohana Kollection - Volume 19

A young woman born and raised in Honolulu, traveled all the way to Paris, France, to find a new life.
But Hawaii followed her to France.
Eventually her daughter wanted to learn hula, so Kilohana Kwock Silve, a trained hula practitioner already, taught her French daughter the hula.
More French women came, and more countries followed.
An elderly Frenchman brought Kilohana his cherished Hawaiian record collection and gave it to her for safekeeping.
Eventually Kilohana packed it all up and brought it back home to Manoa, Oahu, Hawaii.
Today, we’ll resume our mini-series, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 19.
For this episode, we’ll feature Hawaiian Airlines presents.
Today, 58 years later, we’ll share this 1959 recording.

This week's playlist:

1- Anapau – Kona Polynesians
2- Ukulele Medley – Nelson Waikiki
3- Welcome – Hawaiian Airlines
4- Waltz Medley – Eddie Ka & Kona Kane
5- Ua Noho Au A Kupa – Eddie Ka & Kona Kane
6- Coconut Island, Hilo Bay – Haili Church Choir
7- Hilo, My Home Town – Haili Church Choir
8- My Little Grass Shack – Johnny Spencer’s Kona Koasters
9- Maui Girl – Maui Troubadours
10- Nani Wale Lihue – Ahana’s Garden Island Trio
11- Nani Waimea – Ahana’s Garden Island Trio
12- Aloha No – Father McDonald’s St. Catherine’s Choir

Length: 53:29
Released on: 08-25-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 18

A young woman born and raised in Honolulu, traveled all the way to Paris, France, to find a new life.
But Hawaii followed her to France.
Eventually her daughter wanted to learn hula, so Kilohana Kwock Silve, a trained hula practitioner already, taught her French daughter the hula.
More French women came, and more countries followed.
An elderly Frenchman brought Kilohana his cherished Hawaiian record collection and gave it to her for safekeeping.
Eventually Kilohana packed it all up and brought it back home to Manoa, Oahu, Hawaii.
Today, we’ll resume our mini-series, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 18.
For this episode, we’ll feature Hawaii Calls.
Today, 56 years later, we’ll share this 1961 recording.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Waimea/ Pua Kukui – Charles K L Davis
2- King Kamehameha - Charles K L Davis
3- Ku’u Ipo - Charles K L Davis
4- Pa’au’au Waltz - Charles K L Davis
5- White Ginger Blossoms - Charles K L Davis
6- A Song Of Old Hawaii - Charles K L Davis
7- Ulili E - Charles K L Davis
8- Akaka Falls – Charles K L Davis
9- Lei Of Stars - Charles K L Davis
10- Across The Sea/ 2 U, Sweetheart, Aloha – C KL Davis
11- Why I Love Hawaii - Charles K L Davis

Length: 53:32
Released on: 08-18-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Charles K. L. Davis





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 17

A young woman born and raised in Honolulu, traveled all the way to Paris, France, to find a new life.
But Hawaii followed her to France.
Eventually her daughter wanted to learn hula, so Kilohana Kwock Silve, a trained hula practitioner already, taught her French daughter the hula.
More French women came, and more countries followed.
An elderly Frenchman brought Kilohana his cherished Hawaiian record collection and gave it to her for safekeeping.
Eventually Kilohana packed it all up and brought it back home to Manoa, Oahu, Hawaii.
Today, we’ll resume our mini-series, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 17.
For this episode, we’ll feature Hawaii Calls.
Today, 60 years later, we’ll share this 1957 recording.

This week's playlist:

1- Ama Ama/ Tomi Tomi – Sam Alama
2- How’d Ya Do? – Jules Ah See
3- On The Beach At Waikiki – Hawaii Calls
4- My Waikiki Girl – Hawaii Calls
5- Kaimana Hila (Medley) – Hawaii Calls
6- Mapuana – Hawaii Calls
7- Vana Vana – Hawaii Calls
8- Keep Your Eyes On The Hands – Haunani Kahalewai
9- Island Of Dreams – Haunani Kahalewai
10- My Little Brown Gal – Hawaii Calls
11- Ua Like No A Like – Haunani Kahalewai

Length: 55:17
Released on: 08-11-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Hawaii Calls - 1957





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 16

A young woman born and raised in Honolulu, traveled all the way to Paris, France, to find a new life.
But Hawaii followed her to France.
Eventually her daughter wanted to learn hula, so Kilohana Kwock Silve, a trained hula practitioner already, taught her French daughter the hula.
More French women came, and more countries followed.
An elderly Frenchman brought Kilohana his cherished Hawaiian record collection and gave it to her for safekeeping.
Eventually Kilohana packed it all up and brought it back home to Manoa, Oahu, Hawaii.
Today, we’ll continue our mini-series, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 16.
For this episode, we’ll feature Ed Kenney.
Today, 57 years later, we’ll share this 1960 recording.

This week's playlist:

1- There’s No Place Like Hawaii – Ed Kenney
2- Hula Belle – Ed Kenney
3- Somewhere In Hawaii – Ed Kenney
4- Keep Your Eyes On The Hands – Ed Kenney
5- My Hawaiian Dream – Ed Kenney
6- I’ll See You In Hawaii – Ed Kenney
7- Ukulele Island – Ed Kenney
8- Pleeza No Pincha The Hula Girls – Ed Kenney
9- Dance The Hula In The Moonlight – Ed Kenney
10- Flower Of Paradise – Ed Kenney
11- A Lei, A Kiss, and Aloha – Ed Kenney

Length: 53:08
Released on: 08-04-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Ed Kenney





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 15

A young woman born and raised in Honolulu, traveled all the way to Paris, France, to find a new life.
But Hawaii followed her to France.
Eventually her daughter wanted to learn hula, so Kilohana Kwock Silve, a trained hula practitioner already, taught her French daughter the hula.
More French women came, and more countries followed.
An elderly Frenchman brought Kilohana his cherished Hawaiian record collection and gave it to her for safekeeping.
Eventually Kilohana packed it all up and brought it back home to Manoa, O'ahu, Hawaii.
Today, we’ll resume our mini-series, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 15.
For this episode, we’ll feature Danny Kuaana.
Today, 69 years later, we’ll share this 1948 recording.

This week's playlist:

1- E Ku’u Lei, My Darling – Danny Kuaana
2- Kohala March – Danny Kuaana
3- He U’i – Danny Kuaana
4- Hawaiian War Chant – Danny Kuaana
5- Hilo Hattie – Danny Kuaana
6- Lovely Hula Hands – Danny Kuaana
7- Noho Paipai – Danny Kuaana
8- He Mana’o Ko’u I’a Oe – Danny Kuaana
9- Ke Kali Nei Au – Danny Kuaana
10- Mauna Kea – Danny Kuaana
11- King’s Serenade –Danny Kuaana

Length: 54:56
Released on: 07-28-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Danny Kuaana




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