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Gabby Pahinui

Charles Kapono Kahahawai, Jr. was born in Kaka’ako, O’ahu, on April 22, 1921, and he passed away at the age of 59 on October 13, 1980.
When he was six years old, he was renamed Charles Philip Pahinui by his hanai parents, Philip & Emily Pahinui.
“Gabby” Pahinui attended McKinley High School until he was 15.
Soon, he married Emily Kauha in 1937 and had 13 children.
A professional musician since he was 11 years old, he was an icon who’s free-spirited and unabashed ways endeared him to both young and old.
“Gabby” Pahinui is remembered today as the premier exponent of the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar.
Today, we’ll celebrate his early recorded legacy with rare recordings from the 1950s.

This week's playlist:

1- Hi’ilawe – Gabby Pahinui w/ Ralph Alapai & Joe Diamond
2- He Ono – Gabby Pahinui w/ Barney, Atta, & Norman Isaacs
3- Ka Anoi – Gabby Pahinui w/ Isaacs brothers
4- Meleana E / Keawaiki – Gabby Pahinui w/ Isaacs brothers
5- Healoha No O Honolulu – Gabby Pahinui w/ Isaacs brothers
6- Pua Lilia – Gabby Pahinui
7- Lei Nani – Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Chillingworth
8- Ka Makani Kaili Aloha – Gabby Pahinui
9- Mauna Loa – Gabby Pahinui w/ Eddie Spencer’s Hawaiians
10- I’m Livin’ On A Easy – Gabby Pahinui & Atta Isaacs

Length: 54:02
Released on: 01-31-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Charles Philip Pahinui





Maiki Aiu Lake

Margaret Maiki Aiu Souza Lake was born on May 28, 1925, and we lost her at the age of 59, on June 19, 1984.
The late hula master stood at the cusp between Hawaiian spirituality and Christianity when she groomed more than 40 dancers to become kumu hula.
Maiki has been referred to as “the Mother of the Hawaiian Rennaissancec” because she was a hula academic responsible for the modern renaissance of hula.
She was able to reconcile the modern hula with the ancient, and she brought back the love and respect for the hula, plus the interest in research, history, language, lei making, costuming, and methodology.
In 1964 the Merrie Monarch began as a festival, evolving to a competition in 1971.
Today, we’ll share a rare 1972 live performance featuring Maiki and her dancers at the Waikiki Shell.
Joining me in the studio to guide us through this historic performance are Kihei & Mapuana de Silva of Halau Mohala Ilima.
Mapuana is one of the distinguished kumu hula uniki’d by Maiki.

This week's playlist:

1- Pua Ahihi – Kahauanu Lake Trio
2- Pua Lililehua – Kahauanu Lake Singers
3- ‘O ‘Oe Ia e Wailuaiki (Entrance Chant) - Maiki Aiu Lake
4- Ia ‘Oe e ka La – Maiki Aiu Lake
5- E Ho’i ke Aloha I Ni’ihau - Maiki Aiu Lake
6- Ka Mea Aloha - Maiki Aiu Lake
7- Kalalea (Nani Wale Ku’u ‘Ike ‘Ana) - Maiki Aiu Lake
8- Hole Waimea - Maiki Aiu Lake
9- He Ma’i no Kunuiakea - Maiki Aiu Lake
10- Keolaokalani (Penei No) - Maiki Aiu Lake
11- Moanalua - Maiki Aiu Lake

Length: 58:11
Released on: 01-24-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Maiki Aiu Lake live 1972





The Originals

There are often secondary cover versions of songs that are so identified with a particular singer that many people don’t realize that someone else actually recorded the song previously.
Wouldn’t it be fun to play the original versions of some classic Hawaiian songs that have been covered with more recently popular versions that may have obscured the trail back to the original recording?
Let’s hear some of “The Originals”, Hawaiian style!
Today, we’ll share some of the rarest recordings of the original versions of some very familiar Hawaiian songs.

This week's playlist:

1- Maile Swing – Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida
2- Hi’ilawe – Gabby Pahinui
3- Holoholo Ka’a – John K Almeida & Hawaiians
4- Ku’u Lei Liliha – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln w/ JKA
5- Manowaiopuna – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
6- Mai Lohilohi Mai Oe – Lena Machado w/ Sol Ho’opi’i
7- Aloha I’a O Waianae – Agnes Malabey w/ Julia Nui
8- Hawaiian Hula Eyes – Alfred Apaka w/ Randy Oness
9- My Yellow Ginger Lei – John Keawehawai’i w/ JKA
10- Kaua’i Beauty – Andy Cummings & his Hawaiian Serenaders
11- Kuhio Beach – Linda Dela Cruz

Length: 54:32
Released on: 01-17-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





George Naope

George Lanakilakeikiahiali’i Na’ope was born on February 25, 1928, in Kalihi, O’ahu, Hawaii, and he passed away on October 26, 2009 in Waiakea Uka, Hilo, Hawaii, at the age of 81.
Kumu Hula George Na’ope was Hawaii’s Hula Ambassador credited as one of the Merrie Monarch Hula Festival’s founding fathers.
Today, we’ll share some of the rarest recordings from recorded legacy of Geoge Na’ope”!

This week's playlist:

1- Amateur Hula – George Naope w/ JKA on mandolin
2- South Sea Sadie – George Naope w/ Genoa Keawe
3- Will You Love Me? – George Naope
4- Manuela Girl – George Naope w/ Joe Keawe
5- Pohakalani – George Naope w/ Genoa Keawe
6- Sophisticated Hula – George Naope w/ Genoa Keawe
7- It’s Just An Old Hawaiian Custom – George Naope
8- Ka’auila Make Nei – George Naope w/ Albert Ahuna
9- Ku’ulei Carnation – George Naope w/ Twilite Serenaders
10- Kama’aina – George Naope
11- Not Pau – George Naope

Length: 52:29
Released on: 01-10-2014
Artist/Compiled by: George Lanakilakeikiahiali'i Na'ope





Royal Hawaiian Serenaders

The original four Royal Hawaiian Serenaders came together from their individual earlier successes.
Guitarist Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs had been the featured singer for Harry Owens & his Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra before the War.
Basist Benny Kalama had been with the Don McDiarmid Orchestra.
Steel Guitarist Tommy Castro had played with Ray Kinney’s Orchestra.
George Kainapau was featured with both Ray Kinney’s & Lani McIntire’s Orchestras.
In 1947, the four blended their harmonies to take a gig at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, and were appropriately named, “The Royal Hawaiian Serenaders”.
Today, we’ll celebrate their collective recorded legacy between 1947 and 1952.

This week's playlist:

1- Strum Your Guitar – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
2- Aloha - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
3- Dance The Hula In the Sea - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
4- Wahine In The Lauhala Hat - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
5- Mi Nei - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
6- Ball Room Hula - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
7- Na Pua O Hawaii - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
8- My Island Love Song - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
9- Lovely Hula Hands - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
10- Tropic Tradewinds - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
11- I Will Remember You - Royal Hawaiian Serenaders

Length: 54.01
Released on: 01-03-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Royal Hawaiian Serenaders




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