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Jimmy Moikeha

James Leroy Lanakila Mo’ikeha was born on the island of Maui on December 6, 1935, the eldest of Solomon K. and Amy H. Cockett Mo’ikeha’s 5 children.
Jimmy 1st sang in public at the age of 5, and was soon winning Maui talent contests.
In 1947, he recorded 6 78-rpm discs for the 49th State Record Company, which were played on the radio by J. Akuhead Pupule in Honolulu.
As an adult, Jimmy juggled a career in hotel management while he continued to perform.
In 1963, he recorded an LP for Danco Records, featuring the original recording of “Behold La’ie”.
Jimmy Mo'ikeha is one of the 2015 inductees into the Lifetime Achievement Awards of the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of Jimmy Mo’ikeha from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Hawaii Pono’i – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
2- God Bless My Daddy – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
3- Ke Kali Nei Au – Jimmy Mo’ikeha w/ John Almeida
4- Behold La’ie – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
5- Beyond The Reef – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
6- A Maile Lei For Your Hair – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
7- Adventures In Paradise – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
8- Akaka Falls – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
9- The Sand And The Sea – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
10- Ebb Tide – Jimmy Mo’ikeha
11- And So For Now, Aloha – Jimmy Mo’ikeha

Length: 53:16
Released on: 04-24-2015
Artist/Compiled by: James Leroy Lanakila Mo'ikeha





36th Annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival

While the 52nd annual Merrie Monarch Hula Festival in Hilo, Hawaii will test the boundaries of Hula expression through a continuous evolution embracing innovative Hula performance….. the 36th annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival will continue to focus on authentic recordings from the Territorial through Hawaiian Renaissance periods of Hawaiian musical history.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of the Ultra Auana Chalangalang Hula Championships from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Ka Nani A’o Hilo – John Kameaaloha Almeida
2- Ho’oheno A’o Pi’ilani – Agnes Malabey Weisbarth
3- Nani Wale Ke’anae – Alice Johnson
4- Hanohano Olinda – Linda Dela Cruz
5- Tasana – Genoa Keawe
6- My Yellow Ginger Lei – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
7- Ali’ipoi – Dorothy Kalima & K Sisters
8- Lei Hinahina – Jackie Flores & Twilite Serenaders
9- Ku’u Lei Carnation - George Naope & Twilite Serenaders
10- He Aloha No ‘O Waianae – Larry Arieta
11- Ku’u Lei Lehua – Joseph Kahaulelio & Ho’oheno Serenaders

Length: 52:22
Released on: 04-17-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Ultra Auana Chalangalang Championships





Waimanalo Keiki

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





Wainani Kanealii

Edith Wainani Kanealii was born in Honolulu on January 5, 1941.
She was the 5th of 15 children born to Rosalyn Lokalia Chow & Benjamin Ka’eha Kaneali’i.
In 1963, she recorded her debut album, “Songs of the Pacific”, on the Sounds of Hawaii label, in the Sounds of Hawaii studio at 1084 Young Street in Honolulu.
22 year old Wainani was joined in harmony by friends Iwalani Kahalewai & Lydia Wong, in an array of Hawaiian and Polynesian numbers.
Musicians in the session included Atta Isaacs and Benny Saks, arranged by Paul Mark.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of Wainani Kaneal’i from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Nuku O Nu’uanu – Wainani Kaneali’i
2- E Valo Valo Mai - Wainani Kaneali’i
3- Kuhio Bay - Wainani Kaneali’i
4- Nani Kauai - Wainani Kaneali’i
5- Ke Anuenue - Wainani Kaneali’i
6- Ko Maka Palu Palu - Wainani Kaneali’i
7- Ho’e Ana - Wainani Kaneali’i
8- Namolokama (Uina Uina) - Wainani Kaneali’i
9- Buna - Wainani Kaneali’i
10- Koto Iwi - Wainani Kaneali’i
11- Tauta - Wainani Kaneali’i
12- Pu’u O Hulu - Wainani Kaneali’i

Length: 53:47
Released on: 04-03-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Edith Wainani Kanealii Yim





Alfred Aholo Apaka - Limitless

Alfred Apaka lived from March 19, 1919 to January 30, 1960.
In his brief 20 year career, his performances and recordings made him one of the most beloved Hawaiian entertainers in history.
Although there is already one tribute show available at territoriaairwaves.com, we received a request from Poni & Lopaka Castrey to play some more of Alfred Apaka’s recordings.
In response, we’ll dedicate a new show to illustrate how Alfred’s talent was seemingly “limitless”.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of Alfred Aholo Apaka from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Mem’ry Island – Alfred Aholo Apaka
2- Little Brown Gal – Alfred Aholo Apaka
3- I’ll Weave A Lei Of Stars For You – Alfred Aholo Apaka
4- Love Me Tender – Alfred Aholo Apaka
5- Farewell (For Just A Little While) – Alfred Aholo Apaka
6- Hello Young Lovers – Alfred Aholo Apaka
7- Here – Alfred Aholo Apaka
8- Medley: Bali Hai/Some Enchanted Evening – Alfred Apaka
9- I Give My Love To You – Alfred Aholo Apaka
10- Please Don’t Cry – Alfred Aholo Apaka
11- Aloha Oe – Alfred Aholo Apaka

Length: 53:32
Released on: 03-27-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Alfred Aiu Afat




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