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Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club

Following in the footsteps of the Bina Mossman Glee Club, Hawaii’s very 1st all-female Glee Club, formed in 1914, The YWCA Honolulu Girls Glee Club was formed by its director, Louise Akeo, in 1918.
When the Royal Hawaiian Hotel opened on February 1, 1927, the Honolulu Girls were renamed the Royual Hawaiian Girls Glee Club, and were performing on opening night, beginning a lengthy run at the hotel.
Eventually, the Kodak Hula Show was formed and Louise Akeo Silva led the girls to the new show.
So we’ll dive into our 78rpm records archives to hear some of his classic recordings.
Today, almost 90 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- Pauoa Ka Liko Ka Lehua – Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
2- Kawika – Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
3- Alekoki – Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
4- Royal Hawaiian Hotel - Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
5- Haole Hula - Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
6- He Loke - Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
7- Kalakaua - Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
8- Pehea Ho’i Au - Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
9- Hualalai - Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
10- Pua Mamane - Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club
11- When Hilo Hattie Does The Hilo Hop – Kalala Haili w/ RHGGC

Length: 55:37
Released on: 05-05-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Royal Hawaiian Girls Glee Club





Don McDiarmid - Original Hula Records

Donald P. McDiarmid was born on June 10, 1898, in Stockton, California.
And we lost him at the age of 78, on February 27, 1977, in his adopted home of Honolulu, Hawaii.
In 1934, he passed through Honolulu after a South Sea cruise, only to be offered a position with the Harry Owens Orchestrra at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Don stayed, and eventually formed his own orchestra.
He began to write successful Hapa Haole songs.
And he released 8 of his hits on his own 78rpm record label in 1947, which he dubbed, “Hula Records”.
His son, Don Jr., would later build that label much larger in the age of stereo LP records.
So we’ll dive into our 78rpm records archives to hear some of his classic recordings.
Today, almost 70 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- Do The Hula – Don & his Hawaiians
2- Little Brown Gal – Don & his Hawaiians
3- Hilo Hattie – Don & his Hawaiians
4- Ha’ina Ia Mai Kapuana – Don & his Hawaiians
5- My Wahine & Me – Don & his Hawaiians
6- Kama’aina From Lahaina – Ray Kinney & his Hawaiians
7- South Sea Sadie – Don & his Hawaiians
8- Cast Your Cares To The Tradewinds – Alfred Apaka
9- Malihini Molly – Don & his Hawaiians
10- Aloha Malihini – Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
11- Aloha Nui Loa, Dear – Don & his Hawaiians

Length: 53:58
Released on: 04-28-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Don & his Hawaiians





38th annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival

While the 54th annual Merrie Monarch Hula Festival in Hilo, Hawaii, will test the boundaries of hula expression through a continuous evolution embracing innovative hula performance….. The 38th annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival in Honolulu, Hawaii, will continue to focus on authentic recordings from the Territorial through Hawaiian Renaissance periods of Hawaiian music history.
We now present the 38th annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival….
The home of the Ultra-Auana Hula Championships!

This week's playlist:

1- Holoholo Ka’a – John Kameaaloha Almeida
2- Nani Kauai – Linda Dela Cruz
3- Makaha – Genoa Keawe
4- Moanalua – Pauline Kekahuna
5- Ka Ana Kolu – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
6- Aloha I’a No O Maui – Ho’opi’i Brothers
7- Lei Hinahina – Jackie Flores & Twilite Serenaders
8- He Aloha No O Waianae – Larry Arieta
9- My Tropical Baby – Joe Pa’ao’ao
10- Ku’u Lei Carnation – George Naope
11- Kona Kai O Pua – Kelii Chun & Twilite Serenaders
12- Ku’u Lei Lehua – Joseph Kahaulelio

Length: 54:43
Released on: 04-21-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Bina Mossman Glee Club

Bina Mossman was born on January 7, 1893, and we lost her at the age of 97, on May 20, 1990.
Bina founded the first all-female Glee Club in Hawaii in 1914, when she was just 21 years old.
The Bina Mossman Glee Club flourished for 3 decades.
My father, Harry B. Soria, Sr., was the announcer for the Bina Mossman Glee Club radio show on KGU Radio in the late 1930s and early 1940s.
This year’s Kamehameha Schools Song Contest was in tribute to Bina Mossman.
So we’ll dive into our 78rpm records archives to hear some of her classic recordings.
Today, almost 90 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- Laelae – Bina Mossman Glee Club
2- Anapau – Bina Mossman Glee Club
3- Lehua Puakea – Bina Mossman w/ Genoa Keawe
4- He Ono – Bina Mossman Glee Club
5- Kaleponi Hula – Bina Mossman Glee Club
6- Ku’u Lei Mokihana – Bina Mossman Glee Club
7- Ho’onanea – Bina Mossman Glee Club
8- Wailana – Bina Mossman w/ Genoa Keawe
9- Kalakaua – Bina Mossman Glee Club
10- Pua O Ka Makahala – Bina Mossman Glee Club
11- That’s What The Lei Said To Me – Bina Mossman G.C.

Length: 53:14
Released on: 04-14-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Bina Mossman





Waikiki Serenaders - 1960 - Vol 5

Waikiki Records was created in 1958 by Tommy Kearns & Y.O. Kang.
In the 8 short years of the label’s existence, a large catalog of Hawaiian music was released.
In 1960, a fifth compilation disc was released in stereo, featuring Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln, Pauline Kekahuna, Haunani Kahalewai, Honey Kalima, & Kalani Bright.
Today, almost 60 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- Nawiliwili – Haunani Kahalewai
2- Hame Pila – Honey Kalima & Royal Hawaiians
3- Green Rose Hula – Haunani Kahalewai
4- Hawaiian Hospitality – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
5- Lovely Hula Hands – Honey Kalima
6- Manu O’o – Pauline Kekahuna & Hau’oli Girls
7- Hukilau – Kalani Bright & S.S. Lurline Serenaders
8- Nani – Pauline Kekahuna & Hau’oli Girls
9- My Little Grass Shack – Pauline Kekahuna
10- My Yellow Ginger Lei – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
11- To You Sweetheart Aloha – Honey Kalima

Length: 52:50
Released on: 04-07-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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