Noelani Kanoho Mahoe, already a professional entertainer with “Leo Nahenahe Singers”, a recording artist, a mother, and an eduator, began teaching children to sing Hawaiian songs at Blanche Pope Elementary School in Waimanalo, O’ahu.
During Noelani Mahoe’s tenure as Hawaiian culture teacher at Pope Elementary from 1970 to 1980, she led the kids to concerts on big stages, performances on the mainland and Japan, and several recording sessions resulting in two albums.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of Waimanalo Keiki from the Territorial Airwaves archives.
This week's playlist:
1- Lili’u E – Waimanalo Keiki
2- Tomi Tomi - Waimanalo Keiki
3- Iesu Me Ka Kanaka Waiwai - Waimanalo Keiki
4- Lele Kowali - Waimanalo Keiki
5- E Ku’u Keiki - Waimanalo Keiki
6- Ku’u Pete - Waimanalo Keiki
7- That’s The Hawaiian In Me - Waimanalo Keiki
8- Bili Boi - Waimanalo Keiki
9- E Na Kini O Ka Aina - Waimanalo Keiki
10- Ku’u Lei Awapuhi - Waimanalo Keiki
11- Ka I Ka Ho’e - Waimanalo Keiki
12- Tutu - Waimanalo Keiki
13- Hele Au I Ke Kula - Waimanalo Keiki
Length: 52:57 Released on: 04-10-2015 Artist/Compiled by: Waimanalo Keiki