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Hawaii's Stars Present Hawaii's Youth

On April 1, 1973, very early in the “Hawaiian Renaissance”, a memorable concert was presented at the Honolulu International Center Concert Hall.
“The Congress of the Hawaiian People” produced the event, funded by entertainer Don Ho.
Many of the young people who were featured on this memorable 1973 recording have gone on to contribute through their entertainment careers to the perpetuation of Hawaiian music & culture – exactly what the producers wanted to accomplish.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of Ka Po’e Records from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Healoha No O Honolulu – Na Hoaloha
2- Wai O Ke Aniani – Nalu, Kimo, & Palika
3- Kanaka Waiwai – Melveen Leed & Little Anthony
4- Nani O Hilo E – Hawaiian Isles Serenaders
5- Kuwili E/ Alekoki – Na Leo O Kamehameha
6- Panini Puakea – Palani Vaughan & Na Hoaloha
7- Leinani – Nalu, Kimo, & Palika
8- Blue Darling – Albert Pablo
9- Hawaiian Alphabet Song – Aipolani Brothers
10- Coconut – Sons of Kamehameha
11- Ku’u Lei Aloha – Charles K L Davis & Owana Salazar

Length: 53:52
Released on: 03-20-2015
Artist/Compiled by: In Concert - April 1, 1973





MacKenzie Serenaders

Jimmie Healani MacKenzie started his MacKenzie Travel Organization in 1949 with $350.
MacKenzie Tours grew to be highly successful, and Jimmie became known as the “Mayor of Waikiki”.
Jimmie’s formula for selling Hawaii was to provide personalized service to visitors.
He also formed musical groups to play Hawaii’s music.
The MacKenzie Serenaders were Jimmie Healani MacKenzie, Danny Kenui Duvauchelle, Merle Kekuku, and Francis “Freckles” Lyons.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of the MacKenzie Serenaders from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Hawaiian Hospitality – MacKenzie Serenaders
2- Pa’ahana – Freckles Lyons & the Beachboys
3- Lovely Hula Hands - MacKenzie Serenaders
4- Rainbows Over Paradise - MacKenzie Serenaders
5- Little Brown Gal - MacKenzie Serenaders
6- To You Sweetheart Aloha - MacKenzie Serenaders
7- When You Leis Come Back – Freckles Lyons & Beachboys
8- Song of Old Hawaii - MacKenzie Serenaders
9- Ke Kali Nei Au - MacKenzie Serenaders
10- Hukilau Song - MacKenzie Serenaders
11- Beyond The Reef - MacKenzie Serenaders

Length: 52:34
Released on: 03-13-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Jimmy Healani MacKenzie





George Tautu Archer & his Pagans

Marcel Rene George Archer-Ceran was born in Tahiti in 1906.
Immigrating to Los Angeles, he finally moved to Hawaii and married Audrey Robinson of Paia, Maui, who had been born there in 1919.
George’s career had been focused on Tahitian music, but he & Audrey began composing hapa haole songs.
George built his group with Splash Lyons on steel guitar and Tommy Carter on vibes.
Bill Akamuhou Dias & Elissa Kroll were vocalists.
Dorothy Kahananui, “Jr.” wrote the harmony vocal arrangements, and sang as well.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of George Tautu Archer & his Pagans from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Kilakila ‘O Haleakala – George Tautu Archer & Pagans
2- Hei Porohiti - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
3- Whispering Reef - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
4- Princess Pupule - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
5- Twilight In Hawaii - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
6- My Waikiki Chickadee - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
7- Hiro E - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
8- Beautiful Isles Hawaii - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
9- White Ginger Blossoms - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
10- Hawaiian Vamp - George Tautu Archer & Pagans
11- Blue Lei - George Tautu Archer & Pagans

Length: 53:14
Released on: 03-06-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Marcel Rene George Archer-Ceran





Emerson Brothers

Phillip Andrew Emerson was born on October 9, 1951, and his brother Kenton Robert Emerson was born on September 15, 1953.
Living in the San Francisco bay area, the boys began playing guitar, focusing on folk and blues material.
Drawn to vintage Hawaiian 78rpm Hawaiian recordings, they learned to emulate the players of the 1920s and 1930s on vintage instruments.
Ron Jacobs gave them their big break in 1978 by including their recording on the “HomeGrown III” album.
In 1979, Mountain Apple released “The Emersons”, in the same year that Territorial Airwaves was launched.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of the Emerson Brothers from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Ka’ala – Emerson Brothers
2- Honolulu Stomp – Emerson Brothers
3- I’m Getting Sentimental Over You – Emerson Brothers
4- Paradise Isle – Emerson Brothers
5- Falling In Love With You – Emerson Brothers
6- Patches – Emerson Brothers
7- Honouliuli March – Emerson Brothers
8- Climbing Up – Emerson Brothers
9- Kamuela Bluegrass – Emerson Brothers
10- Aloha Oe Blues – Emerson Brothers

Length: 53:29
Released on: 02-27-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Ken & Phil Emerson





Decca Hi-Fi

An American branch of the British record company, Decca Records, was launched in 1934.
Soon, numerous Hawaiian stars were recording Decca 78-rpms in the 1930s and 1940s.
Decca embraced the new post-war record formats, adopting the 33 1/3-rpm LP in 1949, and the 45-rpm singles format a couple of years later.
As 78-rpms were phased out in the mid-1950s, the new formats used Hi-Fi technology, the pre-cursor to stereo.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of Decca Hi-Fi from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Alika – Andy Cummings & his Hawaiian Serenaders
2- Akaka Falls – Lena Machado w/ Dick McIntire
3- Kawohikukapulani – Mahi Beamer
4- Na Kuahiwi Elima – Mahi Beamer
5- Kuwili – Sonny Kamaka & the Beach Boys
6- Kaloaloa –Kalakaua Aylett w/ Billy Hew-Len
7- Hula O Makee – Billy Hew-Len & Moana Serenaders
8- I’m A Downhearted Tahitian Cowboy – Andy Cummings
9- Sunshine, the Beach Boy – Andy Cummings
10- My Waikiki Girl – Andy Cummings
11- What Aloha Means – Alfred Apaka

Length: 52:53
Released on: 02-20-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Various Decca Artists




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