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Lost & Found Hawaiian Sound - Part 3

We’ll forge ahead into our 36th consecutive year of Territorial Airwaves broadcasts, we have been inundated with email and message in a bottle requests regarding our archives.
So by popular demand, we continue our mini-series, visiting the “Lost & Found” department of Territorial Airwaves, sharing an eclectic mixture of “Lost & Found Hawaiian Sound” – Part 3.
Today, we’ll listen to rare out-of-print recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Niu Haohao – Andy Cummings & his Hawaiian Serenaders
2- Lovely Hula Girl – Ralph Reis Quartette
3- Na Moku Eha – Mikilani Fo
4- When Its Time To Go – Buddy Fo w/ Sonny Kamaka
5- Tropical Swing – Tappy’s Hawaiian Swingers
6- Sea And Sand – Pua Almeida
7- Anapau – Honey Ilima & Royal Hawaiians
8- Noho Paipai – Kekai
9- Leahi – The Family Tree
10- Kanaka Boy – Chucky Boy Chock & Oahu Brand
11- I Wish They Didn’t Mean Goodbye – Kalima Brothers

Length: 52:28
Released on: 08-01-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Lost & Found Hawaiian Sound - Part 2

We’ll forge ahead into our 36th consecutive year of Territorial Airwaves broadcasts, we have been inundated with email and carrier pigeon messages regarding our archives.
So by popular demand, we continue our mini-series, visiting the “Lost & Found” department of Territorial Airwaves, sharing an eclectic mixture of “Lost & Found Hawaiian Sound” – Part 2.
Today, we’ll listen to rare out-of-print recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Chinatown – The Topnotchers
2- Hawaiian War Chant – Spike Jones & his City Slickers
3- Hawaii Is The 49th Star – Harry Owens
4- Take A Little Silver – Johnny Almeida w/ Wenonah’s Hula Maids
5- 49th State Fair (commercial spot) – Tex Ritter
6- The Hula Hula Twist – Pua Almeida & his Moana Orchestra
7- Kumu In The Muumuu – Randy Oness
8- Hula Hula Hoops Dee Doo – Ginny Kam w/ Johnny Almeida
9- Waikiki Ewa Mauka Makai – Jack de Mello & Coconut 5
10- Whatsa Malla U ? – Dinning Sisters
11- No Huhu – Poncie Ponce
12- Diamond Head – James Darrin

Length: 53:46
Released on: 07-25-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Lost & Found Hawaiian Sound - Part 1

We’ll forge ahead into our 36th consecutive year of Territorial Airwaves broadcasts, with a response to an incredible amount of email, text, and calls regarding our archives.
So by popular demand, we begin a new mini-series, visiting the “Lost & Found” department of Territorial Airwaves, sharing an eclectic mixture of “Lost & Found Hawaiian Sound”.
Today, we’ll listen to rare out-of-print recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Pua Olena – Na Kaholokula
2- Healoha No O Honolulu – Richard Kauhi’s Trio
3- Naupaka – Ed Kenney
4- Kahealani – Halekulani Girls
5- Tiare Tahiti – Pat & his Paddlers
6- Kanaka Waiwai – Melveen Leed & Little Anthony
7- Suzuki-Sans Farm – Teddy Tanaka
8- Malanai Anu Ka Makani – Vickie I’i Rodrigues & Daughters
9- Some Hawaiian Is Lyin’ – Pua Almeida & Moana Surfriders
10- Waikiki Is Good Enough For Me – Emperor Alapa’i Hanapi
11- Manu O’o – Reggie Berdon

Length: 57:20
Released on: 07-18-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Hawaiian Renaissance 1970s Music Pt 3

We’ll conclude our mini-series spotlighting the Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970s.
We’ll remember how on March 22, 1977, Dr. George Kanahele, noted Hawaiian cultural scholar, addressed the Rotary Club of Honolulu on the subject of the resurgence of interest in Hawaiian music and culture that had been building in the State since the beginning of the decade of the 1970s.
Dr. Kanahele entitled his speech, “Hawaiian Renaissance”, thus giving a name to this cultural movement.
Subsequently, his entire speech was published in the Honolulu Advertiser, and the term “Hawaiian Renaissance” became the buzz word to describe the 1970s era of Hawaiian music.
Today, we’ll listen to more of our out-of-print recordings from the recorded legacy of the Hawaiian Renaissance.

This week's playlist:

1- Ku’uipo – Lopaka Trio
2- Hoki Poki – Na Opio O Kuhio
3- My Wahine & Me – Brothers Cazimero
4- Maile Swing – Cyrus Green
5- Honeymoon Hotel – Sons of Hawaii
6- Mahina O Hoku – Ali’i Manu
7- Haleakala – Brother Noland
8- Hanauma – Kaleo O Kalani
9- I Ali’i No ‘Oe – Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
10- Kalama’ula - Kaimana
11- Prisoner of Love/It Had To Be You – Steve & Teresa

Length: 53:05
Released on: 07-11-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Hawaiian Renaissance 1970s Music Pt 2

We return to the decade of the 1970s, the period of Hawaiian music often referred to as The Hawaiian Renaissance, when Hawaii’s youth began a search for ethnic identity.
The return to grassroots music was led by traditionally influenced musicians such as Gabby Pahinui, the Sons of Hawaii, the Sunday Manoa, and Hui Ohana.
But there were many other performers as well, whose recordings are now out of print.
Today, we’ll listen to more of our out-of-print recordings from the recorded legacy of the Hawaiian Renaissance.

This week's playlist:

1- Na Ali’i – Keone, Keaka, & Akau
2- Freedom of Makaha – Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
3- Nanakuli – Nu’uanu Brothers
4- Nanakuli – Reggie Berdon
5- Hilo Au – Hilo E – Keola & Kapono Beamer
6- Model T – New Na Keonimana
7- Beep Beep Hula – Honolulu w/ Keli’i Taua
8- Keoki – Chucky Boy Chock & Oahu Brand
9- Ko Mai ho ‘Eu ‘Eu – Emperor Alapai Hanapi
10- Hula O Makee – The Waiehu Sons
11- Behold Laie – Loyal Garner and Robert Cazimero

Length: 54:53
Released on: 07-04-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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