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Genoa Keawe - 1974

The Poki Records label began in 1974, led by producer Bill Murata.
The very 1st album that they recorded on their new label as SP9001 was “All Time Hula Favorites” featuring Genoa Keawe.
Genoa was backed by Peter Ahia, Val Kepilino, Pua Rogers, John Lino, and Herbert Hanawahine.
Today, more than 40 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- E Huli Makou – Genoa Keawe
2- Mele Of My Tutu E – Genoa Keawe
3- Ho’onanea – Genoa Keawe
4- Palisa – Genoa Keawe
5- Pretty Red Hibiscus – Genoa Keawe
6- Panini Puakea – Genoa Keawe
7- Paliakamoa – Genoa Keawe
8- Mapuana – Genoa Keawe
9- May Day Is Lei Day – Genoa Keawe
10- Manu O’o – Genoa Keawe
11- A Maile Lei For Your Hair – Genoa Keawe

Length: 54:00
Released on: 01-06-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Genoa Keawe





38th Annual Territorial New Years Party

As the old year was ending in ancient times in Hawaii, Kahuna associated with certain he’eiau on the Western side of each inhabited Hawaiian island would watch for the appearance of “Na Huihui o Makali’i”, a star cluster that appears in the evening sky.
Once “Makali’i” was seen, the next new moon would begin the “Makahiki” season, a 4-month period when warfare was prohibited, and people celebrated with games and sports.
When Westerners arrived with their tradition of the New Year’s celebration, it coincided with the Hawaiians practice of Makahiki.
Thus, “Hau’oli Makahiki Hou” now says “Happy New Year!”
Today, we’ll spin some lyrical libations, as we share our 38th annual Territorial New Year’s Party.

This week's playlist:

1- Hau’oli Makahiki Hou – Genoa Keawe
2- Tahuwahuwahi – Johnny Spencer
3- Come My House – Linda Dela Cruz
4- Okole Maluna – Andy Iona
5- Koni Au I Ka Wai – Harry Owens
6- A Wee Doech An’ Doris – Sol K. Bright
7- Let’s Go For Broke – Andy Iona
8- I’m Pau – Dick McIntire
9- Pau Pilikia – Ernest Tavares
10- Okolehao Blues – Norman Clarke
11- Auld Lang Syne – Leo Nahenahe Singers

Length: 56:02
Released on: 12-30-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





38th Annual Territorial Christmas Party

The words “Mele Kalikimaka” are a phonetic translation of “Merry Christmas” when Westerners first brought the custom of Christmas to Hawaii.
It coincided with the Hawaiian traditional observance of “Makahiki”.
As the Hawaiians gradually embraced the concept of Christmas, they turned the holiday greeting into words that rolled more easily off their tongues…..Mele Kalikimaka!
Today, we’ll roast some musical chestnuts over a hot turntable, as we share our 38th annual Territorial Christmas Party.

This week's playlist:

1- Mele Kalikimaka – Genoa Keawe
2- Hawaiian Santa – The Surfers
3- I Love Christmas – Sons of Hawaii
4- Mele Kalikimaka – Alfred Apaka
5- Mele Kalikimaka – Arthur Lyman Group
6- Mele Kalikimaka Ia ‘Oe – Leo Nahenahe Singers
7- Here Comes Santa In A Red Canoe – The Surfers
8- The Song of Christmas – Don Ho
9- Numba One Day of Xmas – Ed Kenney
10- 12 Days of Christmas – Lucky Luck
11- Mele Mai Na Anela – Hawaii Calls Chorus

Length: 52:22
Released on: 12-23-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Hilo Hawaiians - Revisited

Thomas Kihei Desha Brown, William Christoper Enoch “Bunny” Brown, Puni “Buddy” Brown – Edward Kaumoana “Mona” Kalima, and Arthur W. Kaua, Jr. knew each other their entire lives, which could be heard in their music.
Honing their talents in the choir of the Haili Church in Hilo, Hawaii, the Hilo Hawaiians traveled the world sharing their special Hawaiian music.
Today, we’ll share memorable selections from this musical legacy!

This week's playlist:

1- Hanohano Hanalei – Hilo Hawaiians
2- Alika - Hilo Hawaiians
3- Koni Au - Hilo Hawaiians
4- Ho’okena - Hilo Hawaiians
5- Kainoa - Hilo Hawaiians
6- Somewhere In Hawaii - Hilo Hawaiians
7- Niu Hao Hao - Hilo Hawaiians
8- Pohakalani - Hilo Hawaiians
9- Beautiful Kahana - Hilo Hawaiians
10- Tahuwahuwahi - Hilo Hawaiians
11- Old Plantation (Ku’u Home) - Hilo Hawaiians

Length: 55:12
Released on: 12-16-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Hilo Hawaiians





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




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