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Bill Akamuhou

William Akamuhou Dias, Sr. was born on March 16, 1917 in Nawiliwili, Kauai, and we lost him at the age of 68, on March 31, 1985 in Honolulu.
Young Bill was just 8 years old when his Mother died, and only 13 when his Dad passed away.
Bill turned to music for comfort, and excelled with the Lihue Hawaiian Church Choir.
After working as a mechanics helper by day and as a member of the Rapoza Brothers musical group by night, Bill was discovered by Al Kealoha Perry, and recruited to join the famed Hawaii Calls radio show in Waikiki.
Bill’s deep & rich bass voice was featured on numerous recordings with Al Kealoha Perry’s Singing Surfriders.
Eventually he formed Bill Akamuhou’s Nautical Hawaiians and enjoyed more performance & recording success during WWII and on into the 1950s.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Bill Akamuhou !

This week's playlist:

1- Manuela Boy – Bill Akamuhou & his Nautical Hawaiians
2- Lovely Hula Hands - Bill Akamuhou & his Nautical Hawaiians
3- Just A Happy Kama’aina - Bill Akamuhou & Al Kealoha Perry
4- Blue Lei - Bill Akamuhou & Al K Perry & Singing Surfriders
5- Roamin’ In The Gloamin’/ Hawaiian Scotsman – Bill Akamuhou
6- Lola O’Brien, The Irish Hawaiian - Bill Akamuhou
7- Hula Oni Oni E - Bill Akamuhou & his Nautical Hawaiians
8- Sing, Hawaii, Sing - Bill Akamuhou & his Nautical Hawaiians
9- Leila - Bill Akamuhou & his Nautical Hawaiians
10- Oh, Hula Lady! - Bill Akamuhou & his Nautical Hawaiians
11- Twilite In Hawaii - Bill Akamuhou & Al K Perry & Singing Surfriders

Length: 52:48
Released on: 03-28-2014
Artist/Compiled by: William Akamuhou Dias, Sr.





Lucky Luck

Robert Melvin “Lucky” Luck was a familiar name in local entertainment to Hawaii residents, but his birthplace was actually Waco, Texas.
Lucky’s fascination for Polynesia began while he was a US Marine stationed in Pago Pago, Samoa.
There he mastered the language enough to serve as an interpreter during World War II.
Honolulu later became his home, and he rasied his family here, while he became a favorite media star of the 1950s and 1960s.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Lucky Luck !

This week's playlist:

1- There’s No Place Like Hawaii – Lucky Luck w/ Chick Floyd Orchestra
2- Pua’atoro Hellabey - Lucky Luck w/ Chick Floyd Orchestra
3- Susiana E – Lucky Luck w/ Chick Floyd Orchestra
4- Hapa Haole Hula Girl – Lucky Luck
5- Kanakanui Hotel – Lucky Luck
6- Magic Pua Dog – Lucky Luck w/ Rene Paulo
7- Koni Au March - Lucky Luck w/ Chick Floyd Orchestra
8- Lucky’s Hula - Lucky Luck w/ Chick Floyd Orchestra
9- E Naughty Naughty Mai Nei - Lucky Luck w/ Chick Floyd Orchestra
10- Mynah Bird – Lucky Luck w/ Rene Paulo
11- That’s The Hawaiian In Me - Lucky Luck w/ Chick Floyd Orchestra
12- I Stay Lost - Lucky Luck w/ Chick Floyd Orchestra

Length: 55:01
Released on: 03-21-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Robert Melvin "Lucky" Luck





Agnes Malabey Weisbarth

Agnes Kealanohea Malabey was born on September 20, 1922 and we lost her, at the age of 55, on October 3, 1977.
Her hanai mother, Ida Malabey, was a noted composer, singer, and dancer.
Aggie Malabey Weisbarth was known for her many radio broadcasts with the “Transit Hawaiians” in the 1940s, and for her popular recordings for the 49th State record label.
Aggie also headlined many long engagements at the Royal Hawaiian, Moana Surfrider, Princess Kaiulani, and Kahala Hilton hotels.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Agnes Malabey Weisbarth !

This week's playlist:

1- Na U’i O Kauai – Agnes Malabey Weisbarth w/ Ho’oipo Trio
2- Ka ‘Oni A Ka Moku – Agnes Malabey Weisbarth w/ Ho’oipo Trio
3- Puna Ku’u Aloha – Agnes Malabey w/ Julia Nui’s Kama’aina
4- Aloha I’a O Waianae – Agnes Malabey w/ Julia Nui's Kama'aina
5- Kalamaula – Agnes Malabey w/ Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians
6- Rhythm of the Islands – Agnes Malabey w/ Genoa Keawe
7- Honaunau Paka – Agnes Malabey w/ Genoa Keawe
8- Ku’u Lei Awapuhi – Agnes Malabey Weisbarth w/ Ho’oipo Trio
9- Beautiful Ilima - Agnes Malabey Weisbarth w/ Makaha Serenaders
10- Ka U’i O Nalani - Agnes Malabey Weisbarth w/ Makaha Serenaders
11- Kuhihewa - Agnes Malabey Weisbarth w/ Makaha Serenaders
12- Ku’u Lei - Agnes Malabey Weisbarth w/ Ho’oipo Trio
13- E Kala Mai ‘Oe - Agnes Malabey Weisbarth w/ Ho’oipo Trio

Length: 53:54
Released on: 03-14-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Agnes Kealanohea Malabey





Ray Andrade

Raymond George Andrade was born on April 14, 1913 in Honolulu, and we lost him on January 24, 1999 in Newark, Alameda, California, at the age of 85.
Ray Andrade was a handsome and dapper bandleader with a flair for the dramatic in his musical arrangements.
A charter member of the Harry Owens Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra, he also became one of the first vocalists on the “Hawaii Calls” radio show.
After WWII, Ray began a two-decade-long career performing in nightclubs both in Hawaii, and on the mainland.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Ray Andrade !

This week's playlist:

1- Ku’u Aloha E Maliu Mai – Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
2- Hame Pila – Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
3- Leolani - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
4- Kawika - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
5- To Ma’i Ho E’u E’u - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
6- Makalapua - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
7- Kukuna O Kala - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
8- E Lili’u E - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
9- Aloha Ku’u Home I Kaneohe - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
10- Hali’I Eka Tamoena - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
11- Hapa Haole Hula Girl - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra
12- My Sweet Sweet - Ray Andrade & his Orchestra

Length: 51:58
Released on: 03-07-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Raymond George Andrade





Sol K. Bright

Solomon (Kolomone) Kamaluhia Kekipi Ke Ali’ika’apuni Ku Keala Oka Mahanahana Bright was born on November 9, 1908 and we lost him at the age of 83 on April 27, 1992.
He began as a drummer for his sister Hannah Bright’s orchestra.
Sol Ho’opii recruited the teenaged Sol Bright to join Ho’opii’s mainland combo as the 2nd steel guitarist.
Sol K. Bright would go on to a long and successful career as a songwriter and perfomer.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Sol K. Bright !

This week's playlist:

1- Ho’oheno Keia No Beauty – Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
2- Tomi Tomi – Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
3- Hualalai - Sol K. Bright w/ Danny Kalauawa Stewart
4- Kilohana - Sol K. Bright w/ Sol Ho’opi’i & His Quartette
5- He Ono - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
6- Akaka Falls - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
7- Hu’i E - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
8- Hawaiian Cowboy - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
9- Kama’aina - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
10- Honolulu, How Do You Do? - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians

Length: 54:20
Released on: 02-28-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Solomon Kekipi Bright




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