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Kilohana Kollection - Volume 11

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 her 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 continue our min-series, one year after the 1st 7 volumes were shared, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 11.

This week's playlist:

1- Lei Aloha – John Kameaaloha Almeida w/ Genoa Keawe & Hawaiians
2- Mahalo E Hilo Hanakahi – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
3- My Yellow Ginger Lei – Genoa Keawe w/ John Kameaaloha Almeida
4- No Keaha (Why?) – Genoa Keawe w/ John Kameaaloha Almeida
5- Love Song of Kalua – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
6- Lovely Hula Hands – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
7- Nani Waialeale – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
8- Tahuwahuwahi – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
9- Little Brown Gal – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
10- Hula O Maki – John Pi’ilani Watkins
11- Na Pua O Hawaii – John Kameaaloha Almeida w/ Genoa Keawe

Length: 52:59
Released on: 08-12-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 10

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 her 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 continue our min-series, one year after the 1st 7 volumes were shared, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 10.

This week's playlist:

1- Hawaii Aloha – Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau’oli Girls
2- Nani - Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau’oli Girls
3- Little Grass Shack - Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau’oli Girls
4- Manu O’o - Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau’oli Girls
5- Out On The Beach At Waikiki - Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau’oli Girls
6- A Song Of Old Hawaii - Pauline Kekahuna & her Hau’oli Girls
7- In A Little Hula Heaven – Jules Ah See & the Village Men
8- Hawaiian Moon – Liko Johnston
9- There Goes Kealoha – Jules Ah See & the Village Men
10- Hilo One – Liko Johnston
11- Lovely Hula Girl – Ralph Reis Quartet w/ Randy Oness

Length: 53:22
Released on: 08-05-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 9

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 her 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 continue our min-series, one year after the 1st 7 volumes were shared, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 9.

This week's playlist:

1- Wear A Lei – Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
2- On The Beach At Waikiki - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
3- Somewhere In Hawaii - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
4- Sweet Leilani- Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
5- I Found A Little Grass Skirt - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
6- Across The Sea - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
7- He Ha Waipio – Lani, Lahela, & Nina
8- Ka Na’i Aupuni – Vicky I’i Rodrigues
9- Nolupe – Lani, Lahela, & Nina
10- Matsonia - Lani, Lahela, & Nina
11- Pua Carnation - Lani, Lahela, & Nina

Length: 53:15
Released on: 07-29-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 8

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 her 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 continue our min-series, one year after the 1st 7 volumes were shared, with even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 8.

This week's playlist:

1- Waikiki Chickadee – Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
2- Nani Ko’olau - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
3- Straight From Hawaii To You - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
4- Waikiki Is Good Enough For Me - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
5- Keu/ Kou Kino Mambo - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
6- Medley of Lei - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
7- Panini Puakea - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
8- Nohea - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
9- Waikiki - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders
10- Honolulu Eyes - Pua Almeida & the Sunset Serenaders

Length: 52:44
Released on: 07-22-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





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




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