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49th State Records Festival - Vol 3

In 1946, John Kameaaloha Almeida released a few 78rpm records of his own Hawaiian music.
But he had difficulty financing and distributing the recordings.
Johnny approached his employer, George K. Ching, the proprietor of the Maestro Music Store in downtown Honolulu, where Johnny taught ukulele and guitar.
The result was the creation of the 49th State Records Company.
George would finance and distribute the label, while Johnny would serve as the musical director for each and every recording.
Traditional Hawaiian chant & hula, hapa haole songs, and even music from the rest of Polynesia, were recorded by a stable of aspiring talent.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from the 49th State Records Festival – Volume 3, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Kelepona (Telephone) Hula – John Kameaaloha Almeida
2- Beautiful Mahealani Moon – Benny Rogers (Steel Guitar)
3- Medley Of Hula – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
4- Ho’okipa Paka – Joe Keawe & his Harmony Hawaiians
5- Kealoha – Genoa Keawe & John Kameaaloha Almeida
6- Royal Hawaiian Hotel – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
7- Naka Pueo Kahi – Joe Keawe w/ Genoa Keawe
8- Lovely Sunrise Haleakala – John Kameaaloha Almeida
9- Pua Lilia – Joe Keawe & his Harmony Hawaiians
10- Hukilau – Bee Sisters w/ John Kameaaloha Almeida
11- I Will Remember You – June Ululani Leite

Length: 54:01
Released on: 07-15-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





49th State Records Festival - Vol 2

In 1946, John Kameaaloha Almeida released a few 78rpm records of his own Hawaiian music.
But he had difficulty financing and distributing the recordings.
Johnny approached his employer, George K. Ching, the proprietor of the Maestro Music Store in downtown Honolulu, where Johnny taught ukulele and guitar.
The result was the creation of the 49th State Records Company.
George would finance and distribute the label, while Johnny would serve as the musical director for each and every recording.
Traditional Hawaiian chant & hula, hapa haole songs, and even music from the rest of Polynesia, were recorded by a stable of aspiring talent.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from the 49th State Records Festival – Volume 2, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Pehea Ipo – John Kameaaloha Almeida & his Hawaiians
2- Rhythm Of The Islands – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
3- Kaleponi Hula – John Kameaaloha Almeida
4- Makapu’u Lighthouse – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
5- Kila Kila O Haleakala – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
6- He Mana’o No’u I’a Oe – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
7- Sweet Someone – Emma Kamaka w/ Genoa Keawe
8- My Lovely Hawaiian Maid – Genoa Keawe
9- Manu Rere – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
10- Keep Your Eyes On The Hands – Puanani Alama
11- Mahina O Hoku – Rainbow Serenaders

Length: 55:06
Released on: 07-08-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





37th Anniversary Show

On June 13, 1979, the radio program, Territorial Airwaves, went on the air.
Originally broadcasting in tandem with the Honolulu Skylark on 1420 AM KCCN, Station Aloha, from 1979 to 1986.
Then in tandem with Keaumiki Akui on 1420 AM KCCN, Station Aloha, from 1986 to 1999.
Finally, we’ve been a solo act since 1999.
Yes, a total of 37 years, and Territorial Airwaves is still your source for the history of Hawaiian Music.
So let’s celebrate our 37th anniversary with some of our long time pals, by hearing some of their music.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections of our long time pals, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Kaleinani – Kealoha Kalama
2- Scotch & Soda – Moe Keale & Emersons
3- Hula Mokulele E – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
4- Mokuleia – Kahauanu Lake Trio
5- E Ku’ulei, E Ku’uipo – Genoa Keawe
6- Lei O Ha’ena – Mahiai Beamer
7- Beautiful Kahana – Jerry Byrd
8- Na Pua O Hawaii – Benny Kalama
9- You’re My Only Love – Sonny Kamahele
10- Aloha I’a No O Maui – Karen Keawehawaii
11- Kalamaula – Nina Keali’iwahamana

Length: 56:56
Released on: 07-01-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





37th Annual Terrie Awards

Join us for all of the Glitz & Glamor,
The Pomp & Circumstance,
And the Tears & Cheers,
Of the 36th Annual Terrie Awards Show,
Live from the Territory of Hawaii.
Today, we’ll hand out coveted Terrie Awards to the winners of numerous categories!

This week's playlist:

1- Palolo – Kalima Brothers
2- Holo Holo Ka’a Hula – Lani McIntire & Hawaiian Ork
3- Ke Ka’upu – Ray Kinney & Hawaiian Musical Ambassadors
4- Fascinatin’ Rhythm – Sol Ho’opi’i & his Novelty Five
5- I’m Pau – Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
6- Sophisticated Hula – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
7- Tomi Tomi – Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
8- Wahine Holo Lio – Kahauanu Lake Trio
9- He Nani Helena – Genoa Keawe
10- Kui Tree – Leina’ala Haili
11- Moonlight & Shadows – Alfred Apaka
12- Hame Pila – Lani McIntire Orchestra

Length: 55:00
Released on: 06-24-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





49th State Records Festival - Vol 1

In 1946, John Kameaaloha Almeida released a few 78rpm records of his own Hawaiian music.
But he had difficulty financing and distributing the recordings.
Johnny approached his employer, George K. Ching, the proprietor of the Maestro Music Store in downtown Honolulu, where Johnny taught ukulele and guitar.
The result was the creation of the 49th State Records Company.
George would finance and distribute the label, while Johnny would serve as the musical director for each and every recording.
Traditional Hawaiian chant & hula, hapa haole songs, and even music from the rest of Polynesia, were recorded by a stable of aspiring talent.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from the 49th State Records Festival – Volume 1, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Hanauma – Genoa Keawe & Hawaiians
2- Hula O Maki – John Pi’ilani Watkins
3- Song of the 8 Islands – Genoa Keawe
4- Lani – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
5- My Waikiki Girl – Genoa Keawe
6- Lola O’Brien, the Irish Hawaiian – John P Watkins
7- Nuku O Nu’uanu – John Pi’ilani Watkins
8- Lucky Come Hawaii – Genoa Keawe & Hawaiians
9- Aloha Wau I’a Oe – John Pi’ilani Watkins
10- Out On The Beach At Waikiki – Puanani Alama
11- Don’t Cry Aloha When I Sail Away – Genoa Keawe

Length: 54:29
Released on: 06-17-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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