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Waikiki Beachboys - Revisited

The first Waikiki beachboys were organized by Dude Miller to serve the new Moana Hotel by promoting surfing and canoeing for its guests in the first decade of the 1900s.
Miller was the first captain of “Hui Nalu”, and pulled most of his beachboys from that club.
The Waikiki beachboys became leaders in the revival of surfing and other watersports in the early 20th Century.
Many of the beachboys were also talented musicians.
Today, we’ll focus on the Waikiki beachboys who also made beautiful Hawaiian music in, “Waikiki Beachboys - Revisited”.

This week's playlist:

1- Hui E – Splash Lyons w/ Charlie Amalu Trio
2- Kukuna O Kala – Splash Lyons w/ Charlie Amalu Trio
3- Kauoha Mai – Chick Daniels & Royal Hawaiians
4- Little Brown Gal – Chick Daniels & Royal Hawaiians
5- Rose Of Honolulu – Sam Kahanamoku
6- Na Lei – Splash Lyons w/ Charlie Amalu Trio
7- Kaleponi – Rennie Brooks w/ Keeaumoku Trio
8- Kilakila Haleakala – Rennie Brooks w/ Keeaumoku Trio
9- All Because Of You – Ray Kinney w/ David Burrows Trio
10- Waikiki Is Good Enough For Me – Charlie Amalu & Keeaumoku Trio
11- What Aloha Means – Sam Kahanamoku

Length: 54:06
Released on: 11-02-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Various Waikiki Beachboys





Gary Aiko - Poina 'Ole 'Ia

Gary Aiko is the oldest of 12 children of Genoa Keawe.
Gary sold newspapers & shined shoes in his youth.
At age 15, he recorded a duet with his mother.
In 1957, he was a professional musician in Waikiki.
Gary Puniwai Keawe Aiko has gone on to perform around the world and make numerous recordings.
Today, we’ll focus on his brand new compact disc featuring songs from yesteryear, “Poina ‘Ole ‘Ia”.

This week's playlist:

1- Aloha Kamanini – Gary Aiko
2- Ho’omalimali E – Gary Aiko
3- Poina ‘Ole ‘Ia – Gary Aiko
4- Hawaii’s Charm – Gary Aiko
5- Hawaiian Cowboy – Gary Aiko
6- Ho’omanawanui – Gary Aiko
7- Bali Hai – Gary Aiko
8- Tiare No Tahiti – Gary Aiko
9- Hawaii Sang Me To Sleep – Gary Aiko

Length: 54:48
Released on: 10-26-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Gary Puniwai Keawe Aiko





R. Alex Anderson Hapa Haole Songbook

R. Alex Anderson graced our world from June 6, 1894 to May 30, 1995.
Yes, he lived to be one week short of his 101st birthday!
R. Alex Anderson’s hapa haole compositions may have been among the most distinctively Hawaiian ever recorded.
“Andy’s” songs share the Hawaii of his birth, with it’s unique people, places, and elements.
I have lovingly referred to him as the “Godfather of Hapa Haole Music”.
Today, we’ll focus on some of our favorite hapa haole tunes from the “Hapa Haole Songbook of R. Alex Anderson”.

This week's playlist:

1- Malihini Mele – Dick McIntire
2- On A Coconut Island – Louis Armstrong
3- Red Opu – Charles K. L. Davis
4- White Ginger Blossoms – George Archer
5- Blue Lei – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
6- Haole Hula – Sol K. Bright
7- Moon Don’t Make A Monkey Out Of Me – Hilo Hattie
8- Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai – Alvin K. Isaacs
9- Cockeyed Daughter of the Cockeyed Mayor – Ray Kinney
10- Lovely Hula Hands – Peggy & Alex Anderson
11- I Will Remember You – Alfred Apaka

Length: 53:52
Released on: 10-19-2012
Artist/Compiled by: R. Alex Anderson





Don McDiarmid Hapa Haole Songbook

Don McDiarmid was born in Stockton, California on June 10, 1898, and we lost him here in Hawaii on February 27, 1977.
In 1934, Don McDiarmid returned from a cruise through the South Pacific.
The successful musician was on his way home, but Harry Owens persuaded Don to join Harry’s Orchestra at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Don’s family relocated to Honolulu, and Don was soon a successful hapa haole songwriter and orchestra leader.
Don McDiarmid was a positive force in the careers of Hilo Hattie and Alfred Apaka.
Today, we’ll focus on some of our favorite hapa haole tunes from the “Hapa Haole Songbook of Don McDiarmid”.

This week's playlist:

1- Do The Hula – Genoa Keawe
2- Kama’aina From Lahaina – Kani Leo’s
3- Hilo Hattie – Hilo Hattie
4- South Sea Sadie – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
5- Little Brown Gal – Johnny Pineaaple
6- Aloha Malihini – Genoa Keawe
7- Malihini Molly – Don McDiarmid, Sr. Orchestra
8- Haina I’a Mai Kapuana – Dick McIntire
9- My Tropical Garden – Lani McIntire
10- Evening In The Islands – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
11- Aloha Nui Loa, Dear – Don McDiarmid, Sr. Orchestra

Length: 54:07
Released on: 10-12-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Don McDiarmid





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




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