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Halona

A young quartet made their historic debut recording in December of 1977.
“Halona”, consisted of:
Jack Ha’o – leader & piano
Manu Palama – ukulele
Kaulana Kasparovitch – guitar
Kimo Alama – upright bass & ipu
All four members shared the solo and harmony vocals on all of the songs.
Kimo, Kaulana, & Manu were all kumu hula so the music reflected their love of hula.
Their album was appropriately titled, “Chalangalang”, perfectly describing the musical content.
Today, we’ll celebrate the recorded legacy of Halona.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani O’ahu - Halona
2- Uhe’uhene - Halona
3- Nani Manoa - Halona
4- Punalu’u - Halona
5- Lahaina - Halona
6- Nani Hanalei - Halona
7- Kona Hema O Kalani - Halona
8- Moani Keala Ona Pua Makahikina - Halona
9- Ka Ua Loku - Halona
10- Molokini Hula - Halona
11- Ku’u Home I Keaukaha - Halona

Length: 54:06
Released on: 11-08-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Halona





Hilo Hawaiians

The Hilo Hawaiians traveled the world playing their Hawaiian music.
Honing their talents in the choir of the famed Haili Church in Hilo, Hawaii, their traditional Hawaiian music featured their rich harmonies.
Bunny Brown, Kihei Brown, Mona Kalima, Puni Kalima, and Arthur Kaua knew each other their entire lives, and that unity was reflected in their music.
Today, we’ll celebrate the recorded legacy of the Hilo Hawaiians.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Waialeale – Hilo Hawaiians
2- Hanohano Hanalei – Hilo Hawaiians
3- He Aloha No O Honolulu – Hilo Hawaiians
4- Hole Waimea – Hilo Hawaiians
5- Niu Haohao – Hilo Hawaiians
6- E Hilo Nani E – Hilo Hawaiians
7- Ku’u Home I Keaukaha – Hilo Hawaiians
8- Ho’okena – Hilo Hawaiians
9- Ulili E – Hilo Hawaiians
10- Pua Onaona – Hilo Hawaiians
11- Pohakalani – Hilo Hawaiians
12- E Huli Ho’i Mai – Hilo Hawaiians

Length: 51:57
Released on: 11-01-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Hilo Hawaiians





Kihei Brown

Thomas Kihei Desha Brown was born in Hilo, Hawaii on January 30, 1925, and we lost him on September 11, 1978.
Kihei Brown was only 53.
We’ll follow the singer, musician, band leader, and recording artist through several phases of his career.
You’ll hear music by the Hilo Kalimas, the Kihei Brown Trio, and Kihei Brown Trio, Family, & Friends.
Today, we’ll celebrate the recorded legacy of Kihei Brown.

This week's playlist:

1- Na Kane ‘Oiwi Hawaii – Kihei Brown Trio
2- Hawaii No E Ka ‘Oi – Hilo Kalimas
3- Aloha Kaho’olawe – Kihei Brown Trio
4- Ka’ehukai – Kihei Brown Trio
5- Na Hoa He’e Nalu – Kihei Brown Trio
6- Me Ka Miki Poi – Kihei Brown Trio
7- Keaukaha Smiles – Kihei Brown Trio
8- Manini Beach Medley – Kihei Brown Family & Friends
9- Hilo Medley – Kihei Brown Trio, Family, & Friends
10- Kauhale O Kamapua’a – Kihei Brown Family & Friends
11- Kaula’ili – Kihei Brown Trio, Family, & Friends

Length: 53:39
Released on: 10-25-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Kihei Brown Trio





Mikilani Fo & Ilima Baker

Two young wahine became featured entertainers in Waikiki very early in their lives.
Mignon Violanthy K. Fo, aka: Mikilani Fo, became a star of a nightclub floor show in her early 20s before traveling to New York City in 1950.
Ilima Baker Aylett, aka: Ilima Baker, became a featured singer at the Niumalu Hotel while still a senior at Sacred Hearts Academy, also in the early 1950s.
Join us now for “Wonderous Wakiki Wahine”, as we share the music of Miklani Fo & Ilima Baker.
Today, we’ll celebrate their collective recorded legacy.

This week's playlist:

1- Two Shadows On The Sand – Mikilani Fo
2- Nani Waialeale – Mikilani Fo
3- Aloha Kauai – Mikilani Fo
4- Kalamaula – Mikilani Fo
5- Kamalani O Keaukaha – Mikilani Fo
6- Kauoha Mai – Mikilani Fo
7- Kamakani Kaili Aloha – Jules Ah See & Villagemen
8- Hanohano Olinda – Ilima Baker
9- In A Church In An Old Hawaiian Town – Ilima Baker
10- Kalamaula – Ilima Baker
11- Honolulu Eyes – Ilima Baker

Length: 54:26
Released on: 10-18-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Mikilani Fo / Ilima Baker





The Surfers

In 1957, brothers Alan & Clayton Naluai were attending Glendale Junior College in Glendale, California.
They were befriended by two other Hawaiians: percussionist Bernie Ching, and Pat Sylva, a multi-instrumentalist who could hold his own on the piano, vibes, ukulele, or trombone.
Both Pat & Bernie sang as well.
The quartet began performing in backyard luau in southern California, but over the next couple of decades, they made numerous recordings, and played top engagements both home in Hawaii and on the mainland!
Their trademark 4-part harmony remains unique and memorable.
Today, we’ll celebrate the recorded legacy of the Surfers.

This week's playlist:

1- Hula O Makee – The Surfers
2- Leahi – The Surfers
3- Leimomi – The Surfers
4- Nani Waimea – The Surfers
5- Ulili E - The Surfers
6- Kou Kino Mambo - The Surfers
7- J’etendre - The Surfers
8- On A Clear Day - The Surfers
9- Dahil Sa Yo - The Surfers
10- The Legend of the Rain - The Surfers
11- Somewhere in Hawaii - The Surfers
12- Jungle Rain - The Surfers

Length: 53:20
Released on: 10-11-2013
Artist/Compiled by: The Surfers




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