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"Squeeze" Kamana & his Hawaiian All-Stars

John Maia Kamana, Sr. was born on November 6, 1903 in North Kohala, Hawaii.
We lost him at the age of 64 on October 23, 1968.
As a child, young John often didn’t have money for school lunch, so his girl classmates would share their food with him.
He’d reciprocate with a hug, or a squeeze.
For the rest of his life, everyone called him ‘Squeeze’.
As a key member of Al Kealoha Perry’s Singing Surfriders, ‘Squeeze’ spent many years as a mainstay of the “Hawaii Calls” radio program.
The recording we’ll hear now was produced & directed by ‘Squeeze’, and he also chose the songs, the arrangements, and the players.
Plus he played ukulele, and sang when necessary.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of ‘Squeeze’ Kamana & his Hawaiian All-Stars from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Pua Maeole – Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ All-Stars
2- Hukilau – ‘Squeeze’ Kamana w/ All-Stars
3- Welcome Malihini – Sonny Nicolas w/ All-Stars
4- Hawaiian Scotchman – ‘Squeeze’ & Benny Kalama
5- Hoku O Kalani – Danny Stewart w/ All-Stars
6- To Make You Love Me, Ku’uipo – Benny Kalama
7- E Inu Tatou E/ Toerau – ‘Squeeze’ w/ All-Stars
8- Kainoa – Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ All-Stars
9- Lola O’Brien – ‘Squeeze’ & Sonny Nicolas
10- Kawika/ Ha’u Ha’u E – ‘Squeeze’ w/ All-Stars
11- Kalua – Benny Kalama w/ All-Stars

Length: 53:58
Released on: 01-30-2015
Artist/Compiled by: "Squeeze" Kamana & his Hawaiian All-Stars





Jesse Kalima & His Group

Jesse Kaleihia Andre Kalima was born in Honolulu on October 31, 1920, and he passed away at the age of 59 on Sunday, July 13, 1980.
Jesse was a teenaged ukulele virtuoso in the 1930s, and then he formed the Kalima Brothers combo in the 1940s.
Later, in the 1960s, he formed a new group for performing and recording.
Jesse Kalima and his group featured Jesse on ukulele, Albert Kalima on bass, Sonny Waiau on piano, and Sanford Schutte on percussion.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of Jesse Kalima & his Group from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Lepe Ula Ula – Jesse Kalima & his Group
2- E Liliu E - Jesse Kalima & his Group
3- Hi’ilawe - Jesse Kalima & his Group
4- Only Ashes Remain - Jesse Kalima & his Group
5- I Ka Po Me Ke Ao - Jesse Kalima & his Group
6- Ahulili - Jesse Kalima & his Group
7- Kona Kai O Pua - Jesse Kalima & his Group
8- He Aloha No O Honolulu - Jesse Kalima & his Group
9- Hole Waimea - Jesse Kalima & his Group
10- Gone With The Wind - Jesse Kalima & his Group

Length: 53:37
Released on: 01-23-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Jesse Kalima & His Group





Eddie Spencer & the Queen's Men

Edward Lani Kinilau, Jr. was born on October 21, 1916, and we lost him at the age of 89 on March 5, 2006.
His birth parents were Edward Lani Kinilau, Sr. and Emma Kekoa, but Eddie was hanai’d to the Spencer Ohana, retaining his middle name of Lani.
In the Navy During WWII, Eddie Spencer was a member of Bill Akamunou & his Nautical Hawaiians.
After the War, Eddie was a bus driver performing with HRT’s musical group, The Transit Hawaiians.
Eventually, Eddie’s own group, The Queen’s Men, played in the Barefoot Bar at the Queen’s Surf for the Dinner Show, prior to the Sterling Mossman revues that began later in the evening.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of the Queen’s Men from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Na Lei O Hawaii – Eddie Spencer w/ Queen’s Men
2- Tahiti Nui – Phyllis Brooks w/ Queen’s Men
3- E Mama E – Joe Secritario w/ Queen’s Men
4- Ahulili – Gabby Pahinui w/ Queen’s Men
5- Paradise Isle – Gabby Pahinui w/ Queen’s Men
6- Aloha Sunset Land – Eddie Spencer w/ Queen’s Men
7- Ia Neke – Phyllis Brooks w/ Queen’s Men
8- Mauna Loa – Gabby Pahinui w/ Queen’s Men
9- Lei Aloha Lei Makamae – Duet: Gabby & Joe
10- Ke Kali Nei Au – Duet: Eddie & Joe

Length: 53:46
Released on: 01-16-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Edward Lani Spencer





Hula Studio Hula

Many of the memorable hula teachers are closely linked, through blood and/or training, and differing styles and steps are passed along from generation to generation.
For this show, we’ll focus on music featuring a bevy of outstanding Kumu Hula, some performing their own compositions.
Hula Studio Hula!
Today, we’ll celebrate their early recorded legacy from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Manoa - Halona
2- E Huli Makou – Linda Dela Cruz
3- Na Kuahiwi Kaulana – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
4- Ko Ma’i Ho E’u E’u – Joseph Kahaulelio
5- Waikaloa – John Pi’ilani Watkins
6- Green Lantern Hula – Kealoha Kalama
7- Ha’u Ha’u E – Henry Pa
8- Ka’awila Make Nei – George Na’ope
9- Aloha Kaua’i – Ho’oheno Serenaders
10- Nani – Pauline Kekahuna
11- Keawaiki Hula – Mahi Beamer

Length: 55:17
Released on: 01-09-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Hula Studio and Halau





Napua Stevens

Harriet Daisy Kawaiala Kao’ionapuapi’ilani Stevens was born in Hawi, North Kohala, Hawaii, on August 31, 1918, and we lost her on January 7, 1990.
Napua Stevens was first a Big Band singer with Giggie Royce’s Young Hotel Rooftop Garden Orchestra in Honolulu.
Eventually, Napua Stevens Poire distinguished herself as a singer, hula dancer, teacher, radio and television personality, producer, and author.
Today, we’ll celebrate her early recorded legacy from 1949.

This week's playlist:

1- Pretty Red Hibiscus – Napua Stevens
2- Hawaiian Hospitality – Napua Stevens
3- Beyond The Reef – Napua Stevens
4- Keahi – Napua Stevens
5- I Will Remember You – Napua Stevens
6- Haina I’a Mai Kapuana – Napua Stevens
7- I Want To Learn To Speak Hawaiian – Napua Stevens
8- My Hawaiian Souvenirs – Napua Stevens
9- Goodnight Leilani E – Napua Stevens
10- What Are The Wild Waves Saying? – Napua Stevens
11- Farewell My Tane – Napua Stevens

Length: 52:52
Released on: 01-02-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Harriet Kao'ionapuapi'ilani Stevens




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