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Territorial Airwaves - "Hawaii Calls - Revisited" (7/20/2012)

“Hawaii Calls” was a radio program that ran from 1935 through 1975 that featured live Hawaiian music.
The first broadcast of the “Hawaii Calls” radio show was on Saturday, July 3, 1935.
Webley Edwards conceived and narrated the program.
Harry Owens, as the first Musical Director, composed a theme song for the radio broadcast that he titled, “Hawaii Calls”.
Join us now for “Hawaii Calls - Revisited”, as we share some of our favorite selections from the long running weekly radio show, “Hawaii Calls”.

This week's playlist:

1- Hawaii Calls – Pua Almeida
2- Hapa Haole Hula Girl – Alfred Apaka
3- Introduction / Hi’ilawe – Webley Edwards
4- Beyond The Reef – Benny Kalama
5- Miloli’i – Benny Kalama
6- Lovely Hula Hands – Nina Keali’iwahamana
7- Moonlight In Kalua – Alfred Apaka
8- My Isle Of Golden Dreams – Nina Keali’iwahamana
9- To You Sweetheart, Aloha – Haunani Kahalewai
10- Aloha Oe – Alfred Apaka

Length: 50:49
Released on: 07-20-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Hawaii Calls





Territorial Airwaves - "33rd Anniversary Show" (7/13/2012)

The Territorial Airwaves shows officially went on the air on June 13, 1979.
As we observe our 33rd anniversary, and surge ahead into our 34th 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.
Join us now for “33rd Anniversary of Territorial Airwaves”, as we share some of our most memorable CD projects that we produced for Cord International.

This week's playlist:

1- I’ve Gone Native Now – Annie Kerr Trio
2- Hualalai – Sol Ho’opii & Novelty Trio
3- Hula Mokulele E – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
4- Mai Lohilohi Mai Oe – Lena Machado
5- Kauoha Mai – Linda Dela Cruz
6- Get Hep To Swing – Andy Cummings
7- Na Moku Eha – Alfred Apaka
8- Pua ‘Ohai – John Kameaaloha Almeida
9- Pua Iliahi – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
10- Kilakila Haleakala – George Jarrett Helm
11- Ha’aheo – Bily Gonsalves & Paradise Serenaders

Length: 54:13
Released on: 07-13-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Territorial Airwaves - "Halekulani Girls - Revisited" (07/06/12)

The Halekulani Girls were Hawaii’s most popular trio in the late 1950s.
Leader Alice Fredlund played guitar and sang in her throaty contralto range.
Linda Dela Cruz played ukulele and sang in her lively backyard soprano.
And Sybil Andrews plucked the stand up bass and sang with her gusty humor.
Join us now for “Halekulani Girls - Revisited”, as we share some of their earliest work on the Tradewinds label in the Waikiki of the late 1950s.

This week's playlist:

1- E Huli Makou – Halekulani Girls
2- Hula Blues – Halekulani Girls
3- Sweet Lei Lehua - Halekulani Girls
4- Lei Hula - Halekulani Girls
5- Medley: Waialae, etc. - Halekulani Girls
6- Pipi Kaula - Halekulani Girls
7- Hawaiian Cowboy - Halekulani Girls
8- Pa’ahana - Halekulani Girls
9- Hoe Hoe Na Wa’a - Halekulani Girls
10- Kahealani - Halekulani Girls
11- Laimana - Halekulani Girls
12- Another Hawaiian Like Me - Halekulani Girls

Length: 53:49
Released on: 07-06-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Halekulani Girls





Territorial Airwaves - "Linda Dela Cruz - Revisited" (6/29/2012)

Linda Keawe’ehu (Dela Cruz) was born on November 20, 1929, and we lost her on March 15, 2007.
In 2003, Linda received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts.
In 2005, Linda’s musical legacy was released in a compact disc entitled, “Linda Dela Cruz – Hawaii’s Canary”.
Today we’ll listen to her first solo stereo recording, “Linda, Hawaii’s Canary”, on Tradewinds Records in the early 1960s, in which Linda shared her favorite mele for hula.
Join us now for “Linda Dela Cruz - Revisited”, as we share recordings by Linda that were not included in the compact disc anthology!

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Ka’ala – Linda Dela Cruz
2- Moku Kia Kahi – Linda Dela Cruz
3- Pauoa Liko Ka Lehua – Linda Dela Cruz
4- Ku’u Milimili Hula – Linda Dela Cruz
5- Alekoki – Linda Dela Cruz
6- Mi Nei – Linda Dela Cruz
7- Ka’ano’i – Linda Dela Cruz
8- Miloli’i – Linda Dela Cruz
9- Moanalua – Linda Dela Cruz
10- None Hula – Linda Dela Cruz
11- Wahine U’i – Linda Dela Cruz

Length: 53.45
Released on: 06-29-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Linda Dela Cruz





Territorial Airwaves - "Along The Ala Wai" (6/22/2012)

From it’s earliest days, Waikiki was a paradise.
Fed by three streams from the Ko’olau, this vast ahupua’a formed a natural marshland and served as a breadbasket for the early Hawaiians.
By the late 1800s, others saw the commercial possibilities of Waikiki.
The pursuits of the wetland farmers on occasion conflicted with that of the emerging visitor industry.
In 1918, the Territorial Legislature appropriated $100,000 to dig the Waikiki Drainage Canal, later to be named the Ala Wai Canal, as the centerpiece of the Waikiki Reclamation Plan.
Join us now for “Along The Ala Wai”, as we share recordings by some of our favorite Waikiki entertainers!

This week's playlist:

1- Kona Hema O Kalani – Haunani Kahalewai w/ Waikiki Serenaders
2- Hapa Haole Hula Girl – Andy Cummings & Hawaiian Serenaders
3- Pili Aloha – Kalima Brothers
4- Mauna Loa – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln & his Hawaiians
5- Lovely Hula Girl – Ralph Reis Quartette
6- I’ll Weave A Lei Of Stars For You – Honey Kalima & Royal Hawaiians
7- Molokai Nui Ahina – Andy Cummings & Hawaiian Serenaders
8- Mahalo Nui – Gabby Pahinui & Kaipo Miller
9- Beautiful Kahana – Mona Joy & Val Hao
10- I Wish They Didn’t Mean Goodbye – Kalima Brothers
Length: 52:28
Released on: 06-22-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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