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Territorial Airwaves - "My Son Pua Almeida" - 4/20/2012

John Celestino “Kameaaloha” Almeida was born on November 28, 1897, and we lost him on October 9, 1985.
The “Dean of Hawaiian Music” gave us many beautiful songs, but his proudest gift was his son, Pua.
Charleston “Pua” Almeida was born on February 17, 1923.
Annie Almeida, Johnny’s younger sister, hanai’d her infant son to Johnny & his wife, Elizabeth.
Johnny immersed Pua in Hawaiian music and song.
In 1960, Johnny and Pua teamed up on a memorable stereo recording for Waikiki Records.
Join us now for “My Son Pua”, as we share their memorable 1960 recording five decades later!

This week's playlist:

1- Hanohano Hawaii/Come On Nancy – John Almeida w/ Pua Almeida
2- Waikapu – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders
3- Moani Keala /Girl In The Yellow Holoku – Johnny & Old Timers
4- Wahi’ika’ahu’ula – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders
5- Ua Noho A Kupa – John Almeida & Old Timers
6- Akaka Falls/Song To Hawaii – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders
7- Ama Ama – John Almeida & Old Timers
8- Ku’u Home – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders
9- Sweet Haha Ai’a Ka Manu – Bill Lincoln/John Almeida/Sam Kanae
10- Hawaiian Vamp – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders
11- Ku’u Pua Lei Mokihana – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders

Length: 53.56
Released on: 04-20-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Pua & Johnny Almeida





Territorial Airwaves - "33rd Annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival" - 4/13/2012

The 49th annual Merrie Monarch Hula Festival in Hilo, Hawaii will test the boundaries of hula expression through a continuous evolution embracing innovative hula performance… While the 33rd annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival in the Territory of Hawaii will continue to focus on authentic recordings from the Territorial through Hawaiian Renaissance periods of Hawaiian music history.
Join us now for “the 33rd annual Merrie Terrie Hula Festival”, the home of the ultra-auwana chalanganlang championships!

This week's playlist:

1- Ka Ono I’a Na Kupuna – Kawai Cockett & Mama Rachel Mahuiki
2- Holoholo Ka’a – Pauline Kekahuna & Hauoli Girls
3- Kuwili – Alice Johnson with Pauline Kekahuna’s Hauoli Girls
4- Ku’u Lei Lehua – Joseph Kehaulelio & Ho’oheno Serenaders
5- Ko Ma’i Ho E’u E’u – Joseph Kehaulelio & Ho’ohenoo Serenaders
6- Ha’u Ha’u E – Henry Moikeha Pa & Ho’oheno Serenaders
7- Nani Waipi’o I Ka La’i – Tony Lindsey & Friends
8- Lei Hinahina – Jackie Flores & Twilite Serenaders
9- Kona Kai O Pua – Keli’i Chun & Twilite Serenaders
10- My Tropical Baby – Joe Pa’ao’ao
11- Ku’u Lei Carnation – George Naope & Twilite Serenaders
12- He Aloha No ‘O Waianae – Larry Arieta & Tropical Serenaders
13- Moku O Keawe – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln

Length: 53:10
Released on: 04-13-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Ultra Auana Chalangalang Hula





Territorial Airwaves - "Melelani Serenaders - 4/06/2012

Melelani Ka’ula moved from her home island of Ni’ihau to O’ahu!
In 1973, she formed the Melelani Serenaders.
Mele played her trademark double strumming style of ukulele and sang lead soprano.
Helen Ku’uipo “Legs” Kim Choy played rhythm guitar and sang 2nd soprano.
Lana Ku’upua Ka’auwalu also played rhythm guitar and sang alto.
The wahine trio was backed by Wally Ka’okai on lead electric guitar, and Alvin Kulani on electric bass.
Join us now for “The Melelani Serenaders”, as we share their memorable 1980 recordings three decades later!

This week's playlist:

1- Naka Pueo Kahi – Melelani Serenaders
2- Lei Nani – Melelani Serenaders
3- E Nani E – Melelani Serenaders
4- Nanakuli - Melelani Serenaders
5- Ke’ala O Ka Rose - Melelani Serenaders
6- Green Rose Hula - Melelani Serenaders
7- Nani - Melelani Serenaders
8- Moanalua - Melelani Serenaders
9- Ipo Hula - Melelani Serenaders
10- Kaula ‘Ili - Melelani Serenaders

Length: 52:45
Released on: 04-06-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Melelani Serenaders





Territorial Airwaves - "Billy Ward - Pagan Love Song" - 3/30/2012

Robert L. Williams was born on September 19, 1921 in Savannah, Georgia.
He passed away in Inglewood, California on February 16, 2002.
Billy Ward & his Dominoes were one of the best selling American rhythm & blues groups of the 1950s.
In 1957, Billy Ward & the Dominoes played the 49th State Fair at the Honolulu Stadium on King Street in Honolulu.
Upon his return to Hollywood, Billy Ward began working on a Hawaii-themed album.
Join us now for “Billy Ward”, as we share his memorable 1959 recording in tribute to Hawaii!

This week's playlist:

1- I’ll Weave A Lei Of Stars – Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
2- Hurricane - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
3- A Lei, A Candle, And A Prayer - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
4- Behave Hula Girl - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
5- Moonlight & Shadows - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
6- Blue Hawaii - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
7- Trade Winds - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
8- Pagan Love Song - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
9- Bird Of Paradise - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
10- Magic Island - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
11- Hawaiian Wedding Song - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus
12- Aloha Oe - Billy Ward w/ Orchestra & Chorus

Length: 52:30
Released on: 03-30-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Billy Ward





Territorial Airwaves - "Waikiki Sunset" - 3/23/2012

Waikiki is one of the loveliest places in the world to watch a sunset.

Favorite Waikiki vantage points to witness spectacular sunsets include the historic Diamond Head Lighthouse lookout, the beach at Queen’s Surf, and the beach at Fort DeRussy.

Join us now for “Waikiki Sunset”, as we share memorable recordings by Waikiki’s legendary musicians!

This week's playlist:

1- Boy From Laupahoehoe – Ed Kenney
2- Ukulele Lady – Haunani Kahalewai
3- Lovely Hula Girl – Alfred Apaka
4- Sea And Sand – Pua Almeida
5- Tania – Ed Kenney
6- Ku’uipo – George Kainapau
7- Hukilau – Mel Peterson
8- Beyond The Rainbow (Waipio) – Alfred Apaka
9- Mai Poina Oe Ia’u – Charlie Kaipo Miller
10- Blue Lei – Bill Akamuhou
11- Follow Me – Haunani Kahalewai

Length: 52:52
Released on: 03-23-2012
Artist/Compiled by: Memorable Waikiki entertainers




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