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Man Made Hula

Hear songs by several Hawaiian composers who chose to write about inanimate objects built in 20th century Hawaii.
Instead of focusing on the traditional subjects of Hawaiian mele: Hawaii’s people and place names, underscored through the natural elements of the wind, the rain, the sea, and the land, these writers instead turned their attention to buildings, tunnels, edifices, and ships.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the recorded legacy of Man Made Hula.

This week's playlist:

1- Honolulu Hale – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
2- Makapu’u Lighthouse – Genoa Keawe & her Hula Maids
3- The Puka In The Pali – Hilo Hattie w/ Andy Cummings
4- The Puka In Kalihi – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs & Sons
5- Royal Hawaiian Hotel – Linda Dela Cruz
6- Malolo – Danny Kalama & Island Serenaders
7- Kanakanui Hotel – Eddie Valencia’s Beachcombers
8- Aloha Tower – K Sisters
9- Matsonia - Lani, Lahela, & Nina
10- Waialeale – Sol Ho’opi’i & his Novelty Trio
11- Hualalai – Ray Kinney & his Hawaiians

Length: 55:04
Released on: 08-30-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Al Kealoha Perry

Al Kealoha Perry, John “Squeeze” Kamana, Andy Bright, Simeon Bright, Frank “Mystery” Cockett, and David Kelii, went from playing in a little Moilili family sandwich shop, “The Willows”, to performing for millions every Saturday on the “Hawaii Calls” radio show. Along the way, they made truly memorable recordings.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the recorded legacy of Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders.

This week's playlist:

1- Kumukahi – Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
2- Ha’upu - Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
3- Pua Hau O Maleka - Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
4- Kalakaua - Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
5- Lanakila - Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
6- Pele - Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
7- Ua Pass Long - Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
8- Kalani’anaole - Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
9- Poki’i - Al Kealoha Perry & the Singing Surfriders
10- Under A Spreading Coconut Tree – Squeeze Kamana w/AKP
11- Twilight In Hawaii – Bill Akamuhou w/ AKP & SSs

Length: 52:50
Released on: 08-23-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Singing Surfriders





Marlene Sai & The Invitations

In the summer of 1965, Marlene Sai and The Invitations came together on Makaha Records.
Marlene Sai – just a few years earlier, as a teenage sensation with the remarkable voice, she had captured the collective hearts of the islands.
Now she had come of age just in time to team up with Hawaii’s premiere smooth jazz and harmony group that had been evolving since 1958.
Two long playing 33 1/3 RPM record albums, “Kiss Me Love” by Buddy Fo & the Invitations, and “Sweet Someone” by Marlene Sai with Buddy Fo & the Invitations, were released almost simultaneously in the summer of 1965.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the recorded legacy of Marlene Sai with Buddy Fo & the Invitations.

This week's playlist:

1- Hi’ilawe – Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
2- Kiss Me Love - Buddy Fo & the Invitations
3- Alika Spoehr Hula - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
4- Makalapa - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
5- Love & Aloha - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
6- Pupu A’o Ewa - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
7- Only Ashes Remain - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
8- Sweet Someone - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
9- Puamana - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
10- Beyond The Reef - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations
11- Dancing Under The Stars - Marlene Sai w/ Buddy Fo & the Invitations

Length: 52:31
Released on: 08-16-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Marlene Sai & Buddy Fo & the Invitations





Splash & Freckles Lyons

Two sons born to Kauai legislator Rosalie Kalino'i would team up to entertain Waikiki in the 1950s.
Frances “Freckles” Lunaki’ai Lyons played the guitar, while Kepo’ikai “Splash” Lyons played the ukulele and steel guitar.
When the two brothers made records, they concealed the fact that their respective trios, “Freckles Lyons & his Beachboys”, and “Splash Lyons & his Hawaiians” were actually the same group.
Splash, naturally heavy, had a beautiful falsetto voice and a distinctive steel guitar sound, while Freckles Lyons, unusually thin, was a superb guitarist and a highly sought after back-up musician.
The talented pair were fixtures in 1950s Waikiki.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the recorded legacy of Splash & Freckles Lyons.

This week's playlist:

1- Mahalo E Hilo Hanakahi – Splash Lyons & his Hawaiians
2- Ku’u Aloha No – Splash Lyons & his Hawaiians
3- Pa’ahana – Freckles Lyons & his Beachboys
4- To Make You Love Me, Ku’uipo – Splash Lyons & his Hs
5- Hokulani – Splash Lyons & his Hawaiians
6- Waikiki Is Good Enough For Me – Freckles Lyons & his Bs
7- Hanohano Hanalei – Freckles Lyons & his Beachboys
8- My Hawaiian Dream – Splash Lyons & his Hawaiians
9- Heart Of Paradise – Splash Lyons & his Hawaiians
10- Leiana – Splash Lyons & his Hawaiians
11- When Your Leis Come Back – Freckles Lyons & his Beachboys

Length: 53:09
Released on: 08-09-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Splash & Freckles Lyons





Pua Almeida

Charleston Puaonaona Almeida was born on February 17, 1922, and we lost him on February 9, 1974.
Johnny Almeida both raised and mentored his hanai son, Pua, as his primary protégé.
Young Pua first performed at the age of 6 and turned professional at the age of 16.
Pua became a gifted guitarist and steel guitarist, with an exceptional tenor voice.
Pua Almeida was a dynamic superstar who never played or sang a song the same way twice, always pouring his entire heart and soul into every performance.
At TerritorialAirwaves.com, you can already hear “My Son Pua” and “Na Kupuna Nights”, two shows featuring the music of Pua Almeida.
This time, we’ll dive into our archives of rare 45-rpm records of Pua’s music.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the recorded legacy of Pua Almeida.

This week's playlist:

1- Ho’i Kealoha Ika Ma’awai – Pua Almeida & his Sunset Trio
2- Kai Hawanawana/Honolulu Tomboy - Pua Almeida & S.S.
3- Lovely Maile Lei - Pua Almeida & his Sunset Serenaders
4- Ipo Hula - Pua Almeida & his Sunset Serenaders
5- Muliwai - Pua Almeida & his Sunset Serenaders
6- Ia ‘Oe E Kala - Pua Almeida & his Sunset Serenaders
7- Papalina Lahilahi - Pua Almeida & his Sunset Serenaders
8- Behave Hula Girl - Pua Almeida & his Moana Hotel Orchestra
9- Steamer Lights - Pua Almeida & his Polynesians
10- E Liliu E - Pua Almeida w/ Billy Hew Len & Moana Serenaders
11- Somewhere In Hawaii - Pua Almeida & his Polynesians

Length: 52:04
Released on: 08-02-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders




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