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Bill Ali'iloa Lincoln

William Lionel Kalaniali’iloa Lincoln, known professionally as Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln, was born on March 21, 1911, in Kehena, Kohala, Hawaii, and passed away in Honolulu at the age of 78 on September 9, 1989.
Bill first excelled in music in the Mormon Church.
He broke into music as a protégé of John K. Almeida, joining the cast of Almeida’s KGU radio show in 1935.
He later formed his own band in 1938, and in 1946 became the 1st recording artist of the new Bell Records label.
Fluent in Hawaiian, he ran a hula studio, and recorded many of his own compositions, written especially for his stunning falsetto voice.
Today, we’ll hear highlights of a tribute CD issued by Cord International in 2007 to honor the music of Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln.

This week's playlist:

1- Pua Be Still – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
2- Ke Ana Kolu – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
3- Nani Lawai - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
4- Halema’uma’u - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
5- Moku O Keawe - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
6- Kawaihae - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
7- Ku’u Milimili - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
8- Mauna Lahilahi - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
9- Ku’u Lei Liliha - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
10- Ka Wai O ‘Eleile - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
11- Pualeialoha - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln

Length: 54:43
Released on: 10-09-2015
Artist/Compiled by: William Lionel Kalaniali'iloa Lincoln





John Kameaaloha Almeida

John Celestino Almeida, Jr. was born to John Celestino Almeida, Sr. and Julia Kamaka on November 28, 1897 in Pauoa Valley, O’ahu.
After John, Sr. returned to Portugal, Paulo Kameaaloha hanai’d John, Jr. and his sister, Annie.
Eventually, after John C. Almeida, Hawaii’s blind musician, had gained great success as a performer and composer, he adopted his hanai father’s last name as his middle name for the rest of his life.
John Kameaaloha Almeida passed away at the age of 87 on October 9, 1985.
Today, we’ll hear highlights of a tribute CD issued by Cord International in 2003 to honor the music of John Kameaaloha Almeida.

This week's playlist:

1- O Ko’u Aloha Ia ‘Oe – John K Almeida’s Hawaiians
2- Holoholo Ka’a – John K Almeida & Julia Nui’s Kama’aina
3- Noho Paipai - John K Almeida & Julia Nui’s Kama’aina
4- Ku’u Ipo Pua Rose – John K Almeida’s Hawaiians
5- Gorgeous Hula – John K Almeida’s Hawaiians
6- A ‘Oia ! – John K Almeida w/ Pua Almeida’s Polynesians
7- Panini Pua Kea – John K Almeida w/ Genoa Keawe
8- Roselani Blossoms – John K Almeida w/ Genoa Keawe
9- Ka Nani A’o Hilo - John K Almeida & Julia Nui’s Kama’aina
10- Pua ‘Oha’i – John K. Almeida
11- Ua Noho Au A Kupa – John K Almeida w/ Na Pua O Hawaii

Length: 54:15
Released on: 10-02-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Dean of Hawaiian Music





Aku Records - J. Akuhead Pupule

Herschel Laib Hohenstein was born in Brooklyn, New York on April 14, 1917.
After several name changes and great success as a radio announcer on Honolulu airwaves, Hal Lewis passed away at the age of 66 on July 21, 1983.
In 1946, just after the end of WWII, Hal Lewis was an out-of-work violinist in San Francisco.
He took a violinist gig on the S.S. Matsonia to Hawaii.
In Honolulu, he took a staff announcer job at KGMB, but was fired after only 2 months for insubordination.
After writing prose for the ILWU, and jokes for Hilo Hattie, he got the morning DJ slot at KPOA radio.
Once Aku’s Yiddish humor was unleashed, Honolulu airwaves would never be the same again.
Today, we’ll hear a rare set of 78rpm records that he made in the early 1950s on his own Aku Records label, some featuring Alfred Apaka & the Moana Serenaders.

This week's playlist:

1- Princess Pupule – Aku w/ Alfred Apaka & Moana Serenaders
2- Czardas – J. Akuhead Pupule: violin solo
3- Lola O’Brien, the Irish Hawaiian – Aku w/ Alfred Apaka
4- Always/ Tea For Two – J. Akuhead Pupule
5- Beyond The Reef – Alfred Apaka w/ J Akuhead Pupule
6- My Little Buckaroo – J. Akuhead Pupule
7- Jalousie – J. Akuhead Pupule: violin solo
8- Kealoha – Alfred Apaka & Moana Serenaders
9- Across The Sea – Alfred Apaka & Moana Serenaders
10- I Will Remember You – Alfred Apaka w/ Aku

Length: 54:56
Released on: 09-25-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Hal Lewis aka: J. Akuhead Pupule





The Invitations - with Billy May Orchestra

A pair of ex-members of Richard Kauhi’s Quartette joined some talented young musicians in 1958 to form a sensational harmony group called “The Invitations”.
Buddy Fo, Sonny Kamaka, Johnny Costello, Clem Low, and Alec Kaeck, as the Invitations, were named Hawaii’s “Best New Group” for their 1959 “R.S.V.P.” LP on Liberty Records.
However, a 2nd LP was recorded on that same trip to Hollywood in 1959, combining the Invitations with the Billy May Orchestra.
Liberty Records released that 2nd LP in 1960 to follow up on the group’s success, but that LP is quite rare now.
Today, we’ll hear that 2nd rare Liberty Records LP of the Invitations with the Billy May Orchestra.

This week's playlist:

1- Hilo Hattie Cha Cha – Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
2- Hawaiian War Chant - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
3- Love Letters in the Sand - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
4- Lehuanani - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
5- Beyond The Reef - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
6- Bali Hai - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
7- Leahi - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
8- Too Marvelous For Words - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
9- Says My Heart - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
10- Out In The Cold Again - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra
11- Twilight In Hawaii - Invitations w/ Billy May Orchestra

Length: 52:53
Released on: 09-18-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Invitations with Billy May Orchestra





Aloha Week Song Contest Winners

In 1946, Harry Nordmark and a group of Waikiki business owners created a festival in an effort to draw visitors back to Waikiki after WWII.
Aloha Week was established to lure visitors in October when visits were at their lowest.
One of the many events created to promote Aloha Week was a Song Contest.
Each year a winning song was chosen to be that year’s Aloha Week anthem.
In 1991, Aloha Week expanded to become Aloha Festivals, embracing all of the Islands.
Today, we’ll listen to most of the winning songs of the Aloha Week Song Contest that ran from 1948 to 1961.

This week's playlist:

1- Aloha Week (1949) – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
2- Lulu Get Your Muumuu (1950) – Bill Akamuhou
3- Gay Hawaiian Party (1951) – Alfred Apaka
4- I Remember October In The Islands (1953) – Haunani Kahalewai
5- It’s Aloha Week Once More (1955) – Mona Joy
6- It’s Aloha Week Once Again (1956) – Haunani Kahalewai
7- Aloha Week Hula (1957) – Alfred Apaka & the Villagemen
8- Aloha Week Is Here (1958) – Billy Hew Len & Moana Serenaders
9- It’s Aloha Week (1959) – Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders
10- It’s Aloha Week In Hawaii (1960) – George Paoa
11- Aloha Week (1961) – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders

Length: 55:34
Released on: 09-11-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists 1948-1960




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