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Territorial Airwaves - "Barefoot Bar Gang - Revisited" (8/24/12)

After World War II, a Waikiki Beach landmark home was converted into a restaurant.
In the early 1950’s it became the “Queen’s Surf”, a famous Waikiki nightspot.
The Barefoot Bar at the Queen’s Surf became wildly successful using a beachboy party format, creating an intimate party-like gathering where guests were included in the show.
Today we’ll hear Sterling Mossman, the “Hula Cop”, and the Barefoot Bar Gang, including such standouts as Gabby Pahinui, Barney and Norman Isaacs, Varoa Tiki, and Louie Akau.

This week's playlist:

1- There’s No Place Like Hawaii – Sterling Mossman
2- Holoholo Ka’a – Sterling Mossman & BB Gang
3- Hula Cop Hop – Sterling Mossman & BBGang
4- He Ono – Gabby Pahinui
5- No Huhu – Barney Isaacs
6- Ku’ulani – Norman Isaacs
7- Hame Pila – Gabby Pahinui & Varoa Tiki
8- Hanohano Hawaii – Louie Akau
9- Pidgin English Hula – Varoa Tiki & Gabby Pahinui
10- Don’t Dig That Poi – Sterling Mossman & BB Gang
11- That’s What The Lei Said To Me/Flower Lei- Varoa Tiki

Length: 55:46
Released on: 08-24-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Barefoot Bar Gang





Territorial Airwaves - "Joe Keawe - Revisited" (8/17/12)

Josiah L. Keawemauhili was born in Holualoa, Hawaii, on September 10, 1918.
Soon after he moved to Honolulu from Kona, he shortened his name to “Joe Keawe”, and became a protégé of John Kameaaloha Almeida.
Join us now for “Joe Keawe - Revisited”, as we share some of our favorite selections from Joe Keawe’s early post-war 78rpm discs on 49th State Records, and Joe’s comeback stereo LP thirty years later on GK Records.

This week's playlist:

1- Liko Pua Mamane – Joe Keawe
2- Naka Pueo Kahi – Joe Keawe
3- Lei Pua Kenikeni – Joe Keawe
4- Papalina Lahilahi – Joe Keawe
5- Pua Lilia – Joe Keawe
6- Pohai Kealoha – Joe Keawe
7- None Hula – Joe Keawe
8- He U’i – Joe Keawe
9- Kauoha Mai – Joe Keawe
10- Mom – Joe Keawe

Length: 51:36
Released on: 08-17-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Joe Keawe





Territorial Airwaves - "Peter Ahia - Revisited" (8/10/12)

Peter Ahia was born in Palama, O’ahu, on December 6, 1942, and we lost him in Honolulu, at the age of 50, on September 5, 1993.
Peter’s charisma, combined with his fine vocal clarity and strict enunciation of Hawaiian lyrics, made his two recordings outstanding musical treasures.
Join us now for “Peter Ahia - Revisited”, as we share some of our favorite selections from Peter’s 1973 debut recording, “Peter Sings”, and his 1979 classic disc, “Talena”.

This week's playlist:

1- Ku’u Hoa – Peter Ahia
2- Waikoloa – Peter Ahia
3- Ku’u Makamaka – Peter Ahia
4- Pu’uhonua Nani – Peter Ahia
5- Ku’u Aloha Nui – Peter Ahia
6- Mele O Lana’i – Peter Ahia
7- Kipukai – Peter Ahia
8- In Hawaii – Peter Ahia
9- Nani Mokihana – Peter Ahia
10- Aloha Kalanianaole – Peter Ahia
11- Lei of Love – Peter Ahia

Length: 55:13
Released on: 08-10-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Peter Ahia





Territorial Airwaves - "Myra English - Revisited" (8/03/2012)

Myra English was with us from February 22, 1933 to March 29, 2001.
Born in Paia, Maui, she came to Honolulu, and became a star.
Myra performed in clubs like “Club Polynesia” & “The Blue Dolphin Room”, as well on radio shows, like “Hawaii Calls”, and television shows, like “Lucky’s Luau”.
Join us now for “Myra English - Revisited”, as we share some of our favorite selections from her debut LP recording that gave her the nickname, “Champagne Lady”.

This week's playlist:

1- Aloha Ka Manini – Myra English
2- E Ku’u Sweetie – Myra English
3- Pledge of Love - Myra English
4- I Turned The Lights Off On You - Myra English
5- KHBC - Myra English
6- For The Good Times - Myra English
7- Firemen’s Hula - Myra English
8- Drinking Champagne - Myra English
9- Many Happy Hangover To You - Myra English
10- Waiomina - Myra English
11- Ka Wehi O Na Mokupuni - Myra English

Length: 53:12
Released on: 08-03-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Myra English





Territorial Airwaves - "New Paradise Serenaders" (7/27/2012)

The “Paradise Serenaders” were first formed in 1953 by Lawaina Mokulehua Gonsalves after receiving the name of the group from her father, Charles Kaholokai Dement.
The group recorded and gained wide fame as “Billy Gonsalves & the Paradise Serenaders”.
Eventually, Lawaina & Billy retired from performing, and formed a group to continue under the name of the “New Paradise Serenaders”.
This group 1st recorded in 1973, made up of the next generation of family.
Join us now for “New Paradise Serenaders”, as we share some of our favorite selections from the 1973 debut recording of the New Paradise Serenaders”.

This week's playlist:

1- Moloka’i – New Paradise Serenaders
2- Ke Ka’upu - New Paradise Serenaders
3- Kameleanalani - New Paradise Serenaders
4- Moanalua - New Paradise Serenaders
5- Makaha - New Paradise Serenaders
6- Iao Needle - New Paradise Serenaders
7- Happy Hawaiian - New Paradise Serenaders
8- Kokee Ginger - New Paradise Serenaders
9- Blue Hawaii - New Paradise Serenaders
10- Canadian Sunset - New Paradise Serenaders
11- Wiliwili - New Paradise Serenaders

Length: 53:33
Released on: 07-27-2012
Artist/Compiled by: New Paradise Serenaders




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