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Hawaiian Music And Musicians - 2nd Edition

Dr. George S. Kanahele pioneered documenting the depth and breadth of Hawaiian music with the publication of “Hawaiian Music and Musicians – 1st Edition”.
John Berger has lovingly extended those offerings, adding delicious data and flavorful insights to the bounty in “Hawaiian Music and Musicians – 2nd Edition”.
John Berger will join us in the studio to share with us more about the brand new book: “Hawaiian Music And Musicians – 2nd Edition”.

This week's playlist:

1- Haleiwa Hula – Genoa Keawe
2- Na Moku Eha – Kalama’s Quartette
3- Sand – Jules Ah See
4- Hi’ilawe – Gabby Pahinui
5- Pua Lilia – Joe Keawe
6- Roselani Blossoms – John Kameaaloha Almeida
7- My Honolulu Tomboy – Randy Oness
8- Pua Tuberose – Sunday Manoa

Length: 53:07
Released on: 10-05-2012
Artist/Compiled by: John Berger





Harry Owens Hapa Haole Songbook

Harry Owens lived from April 18, 1902 to December 12, 1986.
Harry Owens came to Hawaii in 1934 to re-organize the Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra.
He re-arranged many traditional Hawaiian songs, and wrote scores of Hapa Haole songs.
But his biggest hit, “Sweet Leilani”, would win the Academy Award, and change his life forever.
We’ll focus on some of our favorite hapa haole tunes from the “Hapa Haole Songbook – Harry Owens”.

This week's playlist:

1- Poi My Boy Will Make A Man Of You – Harry Owens
2- A Syncopated Hula Love Song – Waikikians
3- Beneath A Banyan Tree – Harry Owens
4- It Happened At Waialae – Ray Kinney
5- It Happened On The Island Of Hawaii – Harry Owens
6- Dance Of The Oni Oni E – Harry Owens
7- Princess Pupule – Alfred Apaka
8- Hula Breeze – Dick McIntire
9- Down Where The Tradewinds Blow – Gene Austin
10- Sweet Leilani – Bing Crosby
11- To You, Sweetheart, Aloha – Sol Ho’opi’i

Length: 53:23
Released on: 09-28-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Harry Owens





Johnny Noble Hapa Haole Songbook

John Avery Noble lived from September 17, 1892 to January 13, 1944.
Called “The Hawaiian Jazz King”, Honolulu born Johnny Noble became an orchestra leader, performer, composer, impresario, and arranger.
We’ll focus on some hapa haole tunes he actually composed, or had a hand in, as we share our “Hapa Haole Songbook – Johnny Noble”.

This week's playlist:

1- Hula Blues – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
2- Hawaiian Vamp – George Tautu Archer
3- Under The Moana Banyan Tree – Dick McIntire
4- In The Royal Hawaiian Hotel – Dick McIntire
5- The Lei Vendor – Sol Ho’opi’i
6- A Flower Lei – George Kainapau
7- Pretty Red Hibiscus – Ray Kinney
8- Everyone Is Singing Hawaiian Now – Danny Stewart
9- What Are The Wild Waves Saying? – Ray Kinney
10- Don’t Play Aloha When I Go – Jimmy Moikeha
11- My Hawaiian Souvenirs – Napua Stevens

Length: 54:58
Released on: 09-21-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Johnny Noble





Territorial Airwaves - "Bay Area Hawaiians - California Connection" (9/14/12)

Ray Meany established “Hawaiian Enterprises” in Oakland, California right after the end of WWII and began releasing Hawaiian recordings, sheet music, and instruments.
We’ll share music recorded in the East Bay area of California by Hawaiians living there in the mid-20th century.
Also joining us will be Dr. Pamela Lindell, the CEO of the Ho’olupa Cultural Foundation who will share some fascinating history of Hawaiians in California in the 19th century.

This week's playlist:

1- Polynesian Rhythm – Bernie Ka’ai & his Island-Aires
2- Steel Guitar Boogie - Bernie Ka’ai & his Island-Aires
3- I’m Going To Honolulu - Bernie Ka’ai & his Island-Aires
4- The Day of the Big Luau – Joe Kealoha
5- Kalihi - Bernie Ka’ai & his Island-Aires
6- Hapa Haole Honey – Joe Kealoha
7- Hinano – Joe Kealoha
8- My Pupule Lio - Bernie Ka’ai & his Island-Aires
9- Hula - Bernie Ka’ai & his Island-Aires
10- Lei Aloha - Bernie Ka’ai & his Island-Aires

Length:
Released on: 09-14-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Bay Area Hawaiians





Territorial Airwaves - "Kekua Fernandes - Revisited" (9/07/12)

Arthur Kekua Fernandes was born on December 21, 1950, in Honolulu, and we lost him here, at the age of 41, on August 8th, 1991.
He was named after his maternal grandfather, Charles Kekua Farden.
His mother was the gifted Diana Farden Fernandes, one of the talented Farden siblings of Lahaina, Maui.
Kekua Fernandes sang at church, at socials, in contests, and at Kalani High School.
Kekua was of the generation immediatedly following his mentors: Diana Farden Fernandes, Irmgard Farden Alului, Emma Sharpe, Billy Gonsalves, Pauline Kekahuna, Leilani Sharpe Mendez, and Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln.

This week's playlist:

1- He U’i – Kekua Fernandes
2- Alekoki – Kekua Fernandes
3- Nani O Hilo E – Hawaiian Isles Serenaders
4- Straight From Hawaii To You – Kekua Fernandes
5- Ke Lei O Punahou – Kekua Fernandes
6- Ho’olehua – Kekua Fernandes
7- Kaulana ‘O Hilo Hanakahi – Kekua Fernandes
8- Sweet Patuti – Kekua Fernandes
9- E Maliu Mai – Kekua Fernandes
10- Kaulana Moloka’i – Kekua Fernandes
11- E Mama E – Kekua Fernandes
12- Medley: Sand/ 2 Shadows On The Sand- Kekua Fernandes

Length: 54:04
Released on: 09-07-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Kekua Fernandes




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