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Hawaiian Big Band Swing

In our last show, we explored the influence of the Gypsy jazz guitarist genius, “Django” Reinhardt, on Hawaiian music.
Hawaiian combos on the mainland began arranging their Hawaiian music to that Django swing.
There was no doubt that swing was king in the 1930s, and Hawaiian big bands soon began filling the finest ballrooms across the nation with Hawaiian big band swing music.
So we’ll take the next logical step in our Hawaiian swing adventure, and add the horns section.
Today, we’ll share some of the rarest recordings made by Hawaiian swing big bands in the late 1930s.

This week's playlist:

1- Analani E – Ray Kinney & his Hawaiian Musical Ambassadors
2- Holoholo Ka’a – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiian Orchestra
3- Hula Blues – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiian Orchestra
4- Minnehaha – Andy Iona & his Islanders
5- Honey, Let’s Go For Broke – Harry Owens & his Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra
6- Ho’oluana – Pua Almeida & his Club Pago Pago Orchestra
7- In A Little Hula Heaven – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiian Orchestra
8- Ke Ka Upu – Ray Kinney & his Hawaiian Musical Ambassadors
9- Ke Ka Upu – Harry Owens & his Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra
10- Tahuwahuwahi –Andy Iona & his Islanders
11- Palolo – Ray Kinney & his Hawaiian Musical Ambassadors
12- Hame Pila – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiian Orchestra

Length: 53:27
Released on: 03-01-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Django Hula

Jean Baptiste “Django” Reinhardt lived from January 23, 1910 to May 16, 1953.
The Gypsy Jazz Guitarist Genius did more for the guitar than any other man in jazz.
In 1934, Reinhardt and Parisian violinist Stephan Grappelli formed the “Quintette Du Hot Club De France” in Paris.
Django’s recordings were heard around the world.
Present day Hawaii jazz guitarist Sonny Silva, founder of the band, “Hot Club of Hulaville”, asked me if there was a Django influence on Hawaiian music in the 1930s.
The answer is a resounding, “Yes!”.
Today, we’ll share some of the rarest recordings made by Hawaiian musicians who were directly influenced by Django’s recordings in the late 1930s.

This week's playlist:

1- Hanohano Hanalei – Johnny Kaonohi Pineaaple & his Native Islanders
2- Kamehameha Rag – Lukewela’s Royal Hawaiians
3- Hawaii Nei – Johnny Kaonohi Pineapple & his Native Islanders
4- I’m Pau – Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
5- Summertime Girl – Andy Iona & his Islanders
6- Na Alii – Johnny Kaonohi Pineaaple & his Native Islanders
7- I Got Rhythm – Felix Mendelssohn & his Hawaiian Serenaders
8- Kokohi - Johnny Kaonohi Pineaaple & his Native Islanders
9- Hula Paha Kakou – Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
10- Hawaiian One to Ten – Andy Iona & his Islanders
11- Tricky Fingers - Johnny Kaonohi Pineaaple & his Native Islanders
12- My Sweet Hawaiian Maid – Andy Iona & his Islanders

Length: 51:42
Released on: 02-22-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Django Reinhardt Hawaiian disciples





Hawaiian Recordings History - Makaha

Herb Ono built the “Sounds of Hawaii Studio”, and created a fine catalog of 45-rpm & 33 1/3-rpm LPs in 1962 to 1964, before selling his label to focus on his studio.
“Makaha Records” was then launched in 1964 by a group of Hawaii residents.
George J.D. Chun, Toki Anzai, Harold M.T. Chang, Marlene Sai, Tom Moffatt, & David Mui came together to form the new label.
“Makaha Records” never had its own recording studio, but made remote recordings instead.
Today, Bob Clarke operates Lehua Records, which rereleases music from the former “Sounds of Hawaii”, “Makaha”, “Mahalo”, and “Lehua” labels.
Today, we’ll share some of the rarest recordings made on the Makaha Records label, on “Hawaiian Recordings History – Makaha Records”!

This week's playlist:

1- Naka Pueo Kahi – Billy Gonsalves & Paradise Serenaders
2- E Huli Makou – Sonny Kamahele
3- Kainoa – Marlene Sai
4- E Lili’u E – Jesse Kalima & Group
5- Latitu – Bill Kaiwa
6- Maui Boy – Danny Kapoi Trio
7- Pua Lilia – Marlene Sai
8- Kaulaili – Sonny Chillingworth
9- Nanea Ko’u Maka Eka Le’a Le’a – Leina’ala Haili
10- Besame Mucho – Melveen Leed
11- Sweet Someone – Myrtle K. Hilo

Length: 56:25
Released on: 02-15-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Makaha Records





Hawaiian Recordings History - Hula

Hula Records was founded in 1947 by noted Hapa Haole composer & bandleader, Don McDiarmid, Sr.
He issued a set of his hits on 78-rpm discs, under the brand name of “Hula”.
In 1960, his son, Don McDiarmid, Jr., reactivated the name, “Hula Records”, and began recording and releasing 33 1/3-rpm LP recordings.
“Hula Records” has since released hundreds of Hawaiian music recordings.
Today, Hula Records is operated by Don McDiarmid, III.
“Flip” continues the visions of his grandfather and father into a new era of digital music.
Today, we’ll share some of the rarest recordings made on the Hula Records label, on “Hawaiian Recordings History – Hula Records”!

This week's playlist:

1- Do The Hula – Don & his Hawaiians
2- Ku’u Sweetie – Myra English
3- Hali’ilua – Na Mele Ohana
4- Na Ono Ia Na Kupuna – Sons of Hawaii
5- Noho Paipai – Genoa Keawe
6- Hu’e Hu’e – Kahauanu Lake Trio
7- A Hui Hou – Danny Kaleikini
8- Lei Onaona – Palani Vaughan & Sunday Manoa
9- Nanakuli – Tony Lindsey & Friends
10- Slopes of Mauna Kea – Makaha Serenaders
11- Whispering Lullaby – Maile Serenaders

Length: 53:35
Released on: 02-08-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Hula Records





Hawaiian Recordings History - Tradewinds

The Tradewinds Records Company was founded in 1957 by Margaret V. Williams, while she was visiting Hawaii with her husband.
Margaret eventually relocated to Honolulu, and operated the Tradewinds label from her home.
Early on, recording sessions were held in Margaret’s home in St. Louis Heights, overlooking Honolulu.
Later sessions were conducted at various rental studios in Honolulu.
Harold Kaheakulani Hakuole wrote many of the arrangements for the “Twilighters”, the studio band that often backed up the artists.
Today, we’ll share some of the rarest recordings made on the Tradewinds Records label, on “Hawaiian Recordings History – Tradewinds Records”!

This week's playlist:

1- Evening In The Islands – Harold Hakuole & Twilighters
2- Lehuanani – Noelani & Twilighters
3- Beyond The Reef – Boy Suminguit
4- Palisa – Noelani Kanoho & Twilighters
5- Sassy – Leo Nahenahe Singers
6- Kauoha Mai – Linda Dela Cruz
7- Lei Hula – Halekulani Girls
8- Wa’ahila Slack Key – Raymond Kane
9- Manuela Boy – Atta Isaacs & Gabby Pahinui
10- Ku’u Wa Li’i Li’i – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
11- Kilakila O Haleakala – Maui Hawaiians
12- Nohealani – Noelani Kanoho & Twilighters

Length: 52:52
Released on: 02-01-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Tradewinds Records




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