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Hawaii's World's Fair Album-1964

New York’s World’s Fair opened at Flushing Meadows, on April 22, 1964.
But earlier in 1963, the Sounds of Hawaii label had gathered a bevy of Hawaii’s stars to record a commerative album to be sold at the “Spirit of Aloha” exhibit at the Fair.
Today, we’ll share memorable selections from this musical legacy!

This week's playlist:

1- Pua Maeole – Rodrigues Sisters
2- Malihini Mele – Barney Isaacs
3- Kaimana Hila – Marcella Kalua
4- Tahuwahuwahi – Pua Almeida
5- Beyond The Reef – Barney Isaacs
6- Ke Kali Nei Au – Bill Kaiwa
7- Hilo March – Barney Isaacs
8- Hukilau – Nina Kealiiwahamana
9- To You Sweetheart Aloha – Barney Isaacs
10- Pidgin English Hula – Kim Sisters
11- Aloha Oe – Barney Isaacs

Length: 54:21
Released on: 12-09-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Bill Kaiwa - Revisited

our last tribute to Bill Ka’iwa (AhNee) was done on February 11, 2012.
Now we’ll share with you a tribute show to be installed permanently into our “All Shows” archives at Territorial Airwaves.Com.
Today, we’ll share memorable selections from his musical legacy!

This week's playlist:

1- Ahi Wela – Bill Ka’iwa
2- Latitu – Bill Ka’iwa
3- Keaka Walkahauki – Bill Ka’iwa
4- Maunalahilahi – Bill Ka’iwa
5- No Kipu Kai – Bill Ka’iwa
6- Wehiwehi ‘Oe – Bill Ka’iwa
7- Sweet Moonlight – Bill Ka’iwa
8- Home Nani O Kanahele – Bill Ka’iwa
9- Halekulani – Bill Ka’iwa
10- Moloka’i Waltz – Bill Ka’iwa
11- Kuwiliwili Iho Au – Bill Ka’iwa
12- Hawaii Aloha – Bill Ka’iwa

Length: 52:19
Released on: 12-02-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Bill Kaiwa





Al Kealoha Perry - Revisited

Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders were riding high in 1940.
They were the house band on the “Hawaii Calls” radio show, and they recorded extensively.
We shared a tribute show on August 23, 2013, which is still in our archives on the “All Shows” page at Territorial Airwaves.com.
Now, we’ll add another tribute show to the archives.
Today, more than 75 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this musical legacy!

This week's playlist:

1- The Hula Oni Oni E – Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders
2- Pua Hau O Maleka – Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders
3- Tahuwahuwahi - Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders
4- Hawaiian Cowboy - Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders
5- Polynesian Love Song – AKP & Singing Surfriders
6- Under A Spreading Coconut Tree – AKP & Singing Ss
7- Kalakaua - Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders
8- Poki’i - Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders
9- Kalaniana’ole - Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders
10- Lanakila - Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders
11- Twilight In Hawaii - Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders

Length: 54:42
Released on: 11-25-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Al Kealoha Perry & Singing Surfriders





Waikiki Swings - Honey's Tavern

Waikiki was a swinging place in the early 1960s.
When Don Ho brought “Honey’s Tavern” from Kaneohe, Waikiki would never be the same.
Hula Records recognized the seismic shift in the Waikiki entertainment scene, and made some remote live recordings at the club.
Performers included Don Ho, Kui & Nani Lee, Sonny Chillingworth, Zoulou, & more.
Today, more than 50 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this musical legacy!

This week's playlist:

1- Taro Patch – Kui & Nani Lee
2- Hula Blues/ Whee Ha Swing – Sonny Chillingworth
3- I Left My Heart In Cali-Frisco – Don Ho
4- Pupu A’o Ewa – Don Ho
5- He Ono – Kui & Nani Lee
6- Where Is My Love Tonight? – Nani Lee
7- Lahainaluna - Alvan
8- The Coed Song – Zoulou & Go-Aheads
9- Ne’e Ne’e Mai A Pili – Zoulou & Go-Aheads
10- When It’s Time To Go – Kui Lee

Length: 53:56
Released on: 11-18-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Lani McIntire - Balladeer

Lani Victor McIntire was born on December 15, 1904, and he was only 46 years of age when he passed away on June 17, 1951.
Lani’s older brother Dick was a famous steel guitarist, and his other brother, Al, was an accomplished bassist.
In previous shows, we’ve featured Lani McIntire with his big band swing sound, and his string combo.
Now we’ll feature his dance band as the 1940s began, with Lani stepping out in the role of balladeer.
Today, more than 75 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this musical legacy!

This week's playlist:

1- O Makalapua – Lani McIntire & his Aloha Islanders
2- Hilo March – Lani McIntire
3- Moonlight In Hawaii – Lani McIntire
4- Tahuwahuwahi – Lani McIntire
5- My Isle of Golden Dreams – Lani McIntire
6- One, Two, Three, Four – Lani McIntire
7- I Found A Little Grass Skirt – Lani McIntire
8- Sweet Hawaiian Chimes – Lani McIntire
9- My Little Red Rose – Lani McIntire
10- Dreams of Old Hawaii – Lani McIntire
11- Aloha Oe – Lani McIntire

Length: 53:24
Released on: 11-11-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Lani McIntire




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