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Danny Kuaana

Daniel Kuai Kua’ana was born in Kalihi-Uka, O’ahu, on December 21, 1903, and he passed away, at the age of 66, on June 24, 1970 in Bell Gardens, Los Angeles, California.
Danny’s sweet tenor & soaring falsetto voice was featured with Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians, Manny Klein & his Swing-A-Hula’s, Jerry Byrd & his Islanders, and Danny Kua’ana’s Islanders.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the recorded legacy of Danny Kua’ana.

This week's playlist:

1- He U’i – Danny Kua’ana
2- Kaulana O Hilo Hanakahi – Danny Kua’ana w/ Jerry Byrd
3- Nani Wale Ka Mahina – Danny Kua’ana w/ Dick McIntire
4- Makalapua – Manny Klein & his Swing-A-Hula’s
5- Ke Kali Nei Au – Danny Kua’ana & Danny Stewart
6- Kaimana Hila – Danny Kua’ana w/ Jerry Byrd
7- Ulili E – Manny Klein & his Swing-A-Hula’s
8- E Ku’u Lei, My Darling – Danny Kua’ana
9- Mauna Kea – Danny Kua’ana
10- He Mana’o No’u I’a Oe – Danny Kua’ana
11- I Regret To Say Aloha – Danny Kua’ana w/ Jerry Byrd

Length: 53:11
Released on: 06-28-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Danny Kua'ana





Charles E. King

Charles Edward King was born in Honolulu on January 29, 1874, and he passed away at the age of 76 in Elmhurst, New York, on February 27, 1950.
One of the 14 members of the 1st graduating class of Kamehameha Schools, Charles E. King became one of the foremost composers of Hawaiian music.
Through his composing, lecturing, writing, teaching, publishing, recording, radio work, and arranging, he has exerted considerable influence on the development of Hawaiian music.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the recorded legacy of Charles E. King.

This week's playlist:

1- Kamehameha Waltz – Charles E. King’s Male Chorus
2- E Lili’u E – King’s Hawaiians
3- Na Lei O Hawaii – King’s Hawaiians
4- Pehea Ho’i Au – King’s Hawaiians
5- Pili Me ‘Oe – King’s Hawaiians
6- Leilehua – Prince of Hawaii Chorus
7- Imua Kamehameha – Prince of Hawaii Chorus
8- Uheuhene – Hal Aloma Orch w/ CE King
9- Malama, Pulama, Hi’ipoi - Hal Aloma Orch w/ CE King
10- Eleu Mikimiki - Hal Aloma Orch w/ CE King
11- Ke Kali Nei Au - Hal Aloma Orch w/ CE King

Length: 53:52
Released on: 06-21-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Charles E. King





34th Anniversary Show

The Territorial Airwaves program officially went on the air on June 13, 1979.
As we observe our 34th birthday, and surge ahead into our 35th consecutive year of broadcasting Territorial Airwaves, we’ll pause to recall some of our favorite compact disc projects, and the people who shared their music and memories with us.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the long running series of compact discs that we’ve produced with our friends at Cord International music.

This week's playlist:

1- You’re At A Luau Now – Mel Peterson
2- Ka Wai Oka Niu Haohao – George Pokini
3- Hula Mokulele E – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
4- Ho’onanea – Lena Machado
5- Na Pua Ka Ilima – Linda Dela Cruz
6- Do I Really Deserve This Of You – Andy Cummings
7- Hawaiian Style – Alfred Apaka
8- Na Pua Lei Ilima – John Kameaaloha Almeida
9- My Yellow Ginger Lei – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
10- Moloka’i Waltz – George Jarrett Helm
11- Ke Ali’i – Billy Gonsalves & Paradise Serenaders

Length: 53:32
Released on: 06-14-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Sonny Chillingworth

Edwin Bradfield Liloa “Sonny” Chillingworth, Jr. was born on July 14, 1932, in Honolulu, Hawaii.
But by the time Sonny was 12, he was living with his Grandparents on the island of Molokai.
And learning how to play Slack Key guitar.
His father gifted him with a Victrolla record player, and a 78-rpm record that would change his life.
It was Gabby Pahinui’s first recording of “Hi’ilawe”.
At 15 years of age, Sonny’s mother brought him to Honolulu, and introduced him to Gabby Pahinui.
The two men became lifelong friends, and today we recognize them both as masters of the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar.
Sonny Chillingworth is a 2013 inductee into the Lifetime Achievement Awards of the Hoku Awards.
Join us now for favorite recordings from Sonny Chillingworth.

This week's playlist:

1- Hi’ilawe – Sonny Chillingworth
2- Green Rose Hula - Sonny Chillingworth
3- Makee Ailana – 1954 - Sonny Chillingworth
4- Makee Ailana – 1964 - Sonny Chillingworth
5- Waimea Cowboy - Sonny Chillingworth
6- No Keaha - Sonny Chillingworth
7- Kikau - Sonny Chillingworth
8- Pilipili Poi - Sonny Chillingworth
9- Before The Next Teardrop Falls - Sonny Chillingworth
10- Kahalu’u - Sonny Chillingworth
11- Moloka’i Waltz - Sonny Chillingworth

Length: 55:17
Released on: 06-07-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Sonny Chillingworth





Leo Nahenahe Singers

Edwina Noelani Kanoho Mahoe was teaching hula, Hawaiian music, and ukulele at various City parks in Honolulu.
Ramona Noelani Akiona Teves and Ethelynne Kaleimokihana Soares Teves attended her classes.
Lynette Ka’opuiki Paglinawan joined as well.
Eventually a women’s quartet was formed to perform at various casual gigs.
Profesional gigs and recordings followed, and fifty years later, we celebrate their passionate care of our culture embodied within their music.
The Leo Nahenahe Singers are 2013 inductees into the Lifetime Achievement Awards of the Hoku Awards.
Join us now for favorite recordings from the Leo Nahenahe Singers.

This week's playlist:

1- Leo Nahenahe – Leo Nahenahe Singers
2- Alika Spoehr Hula - Leo Nahenahe Singers
3- Pili Me ‘Oe - Leo Nahenahe Singers
4- Rain Tuahine O Manoa - Leo Nahenahe Singers
5- Penei No - Leo Nahenahe Singers
6- Lanakila Kawaihau - Leo Nahenahe Singers
7- Koa’e - Leo Nahenahe Singers
8- Ke Anuenue - Leo Nahenahe Singers
9- Come Back Liza - Leo Nahenahe Singers
10- Ekolu Pole Makapo - Leo Nahenahe Singers
11- Waltz Medley - Leo Nahenahe Singers

Length:
Released on: 05-31-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Leo Nahenahe Singers




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