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Pua Almeida & Banyan Court Music

Pua Almeida was with us from February 17, 1922 to his untimely death at the age of 51, on February 9, 1974.
Soon after Pua’s passing, Waikiki Records issued a tribute album in his memory, focusing on music performed by Pua at the Moana Hotel Banyan Court.
Today, we’ll hear that memorable Pua Almeida recording, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Kai Hawanawana/Honolulu Tomboy – Pua Almeida
2- Little Brown Gal – Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders
3- Pua Lilia - Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders
4- Hanohano Hanalei - Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders
5- Hawaiian Waltz Medley - Pua Almeida
6- Maui Girl - Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders
7- Hula Blues - Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders
8- Hawaiian Foxtrot Medley - Pua Almeida
9- Ahulili - Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders
10- Ho’e Ho’e - Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders
11- Ku’u Ipo Ika He’e Pue One - Pua Almeida

Length: 52:30
Released on: 11-27-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Pua Almeida & Moana Serenaders





Maui Hawaiians

Ernest G. Paschoal was born in Wailuku, Maui, on May 2, 1912, and he passed away at the age of 72, in August of 1984.
Ernest was the founder and President of Paschoals’s Gray Line Motor Tours, a Maui tour operator that thrived during the 1950s.
Ernest realized that several of his singing drivers were talented musicians & singers, so he formed a group named, “Paschoal’s Gray Line Troubadours”.
After performing together on Maui for 7 years, Tradewinds Records recorded the combo as “The Maui Hawaiians”.
Today, we’ll hear that memorable Maui Hawaiians recording, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Pili Aloha – Maui Hawaiians
2- Maui Chimes – Maui Hawaiians
3- Kila Kila O Haleakala - Maui Hawaiians
4- Pua Mana - Maui Hawaiians
5- Maui Girl - Maui Hawaiians
6- Beyond The Reef - Maui Hawaiians
7- March Medley - Maui Hawaiians
8- Alika - Maui Hawaiians
9- Lovely Hula Hands - Maui Hawaiians
10- Little Brown Gal - Maui Hawaiians
11- What Aloha Means - Maui Hawaiians

Length: 55:01
Released on: 11-20-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Paschoal's Gray Line Troubadors





George Kainapau - 1955

George Kainapau was born in Hilo, Hawaii, on May 22, 1905, and he left us at the age of 87, on September 14, 1992.
George’s parents were Hannah (Kahananui) and George Kainapau, Sr.
George, Jr. began singing at the Volcano House in the 1920s, and in 1928 was taken to the mainland U.S. by Sol Ho’opi’i.
George would go on to tour and record extensively, with a host of Hawaiian music stars.
Today, we’ll hear a beautiful Hi-Fi recording George made on the Decca label, while on the mainland in 1955, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Blue Lei – George Kainapau
2- Moon Over Cocoanut Island – George Kainapau
3- Nalani – George Kainapau
4- Lei Aloha – George Kainapau
5- That’s What The Lei Said To Me – George Kainapau
6- To Make You Love Me, Ku’uipo – George Kainapau
7- When The Orchestra Plays Aloha ‘Oe – George Kainapau
8- At The Bay Of The Rainbows – George Kainapau
9- Hawaiian Luau – George Kainapau
10- My Isle Of Golden Dreams – George Kainapau
11- A Flower Lei – George Kainapau

Length: 53:44
Released on: 11-13-2015
Artist/Compiled by: George Kainapau





Kai Davis

Peter Kai Davis was born in Wailua, Maui, on January 12, 1926, and he left us at the age of 48, on February 12, 1974.
Kai’s parents were George Kalai Davis & Apolonia Clara Kala Opupele.
While married to Lilly Awa, Kai had 2 sons: Wendell & Allan.
In his too-brief career, Kai Davis did record.
Today, we’ll hear treasured recordings of the beautiful falsetto voice of Kai Davis, from both 78rpm and 331/3rpm discs, including cherished compositions of Kai’s, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Ali’i ‘Iolani – Kai Davis
2- Me Ka Nani A’o Kaupo – Kai Davis
3- Kihei – 78rpm – Kai Davis
4- Kihei – 331/3rpm – Kai Davis
5- Ni’ihau – Kai Davis
6- Nani Hanalei – Kai Davis
7- Pauoa Liko Ka Lehua – Kai Davis
8- Hupe Kole – Kai Davis
9- Aina O Moloka’i – Kai Davis
10- Kaulana Ke Kuahiwi A’o Haleakala – Kai Davis
11- Leahi – Kai Davis
12- Ka Loke – Kai Davis

Length: 53:36
Released on: 11-06-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Peter Kai Davis





Van Diamond Collection

Augustine Van Horn Diamond was born on May 30, 1939 and he left us at the age of 73, on August 5, 2012.
Van was an accomplished singer and upright bass player who performed in Waikiki with his mother, Marion Diamond, and his aunt, Lila Replinger, for 30 years as the “Diamond Serenaders”.
Van was also a labor leader and a community advocate.
Van’s widow, Kathy, kindly donated Van’s record collection to the Territorial Airwaves archives.
Today, we’ll hear some of our favorite selections that we’ve culled from the Van Diamond Collection.

This week's playlist:

1- Kuwili – John K Almeida & Genoa Keawe’s Hula Maids
2- Hilo E – Julia Nui’s Kama’aina
3- The Great World’s Fair 1962 – Sol K Bright
4- Hawaiian Cowboy 1962 – Sol K Bright
5- Kapiolani Paka – John K Almeida & Genoa Keawe’s HMs
6- Alekoki – Emma Bush w/ John K Almeida’s Hawaiians
7- Nani Wale Na Hala – Genoa Keawe & her Hula Maids
8- No Ono Ia ‘Na Kupuna – ‘Iolani Luahine
9- Hula Girl – June Ululani Leite
10- Goodbye My Feleni – Chief Joseph Solatoa
11- That’s What The Lei Said To Me – 49th State Hawaiians

Length: 53:14
Released on: 10-31-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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