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Waikiki Swings - Honey's Tavern

Waikiki was a swinging place in the early 1960s.
When Don Ho brought “Honey’s Tavern” from Kaneohe, Waikiki would never be the same.
Hula Records recognized the seismic shift in the Waikiki entertainment scene, and made some remote live recordings at the club.
Performers included Don Ho, Kui & Nani Lee, Sonny Chillingworth, Zoulou, & more.
Today, more than 50 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this musical legacy!

This week's playlist:

1- Taro Patch – Kui & Nani Lee
2- Hula Blues/ Whee Ha Swing – Sonny Chillingworth
3- I Left My Heart In Cali-Frisco – Don Ho
4- Pupu A’o Ewa – Don Ho
5- He Ono – Kui & Nani Lee
6- Where Is My Love Tonight? – Nani Lee
7- Lahainaluna - Alvan
8- The Coed Song – Zoulou & Go-Aheads
9- Ne’e Ne’e Mai A Pili – Zoulou & Go-Aheads
10- When It’s Time To Go – Kui Lee

Length: 53:56
Released on: 11-18-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Lani McIntire - Balladeer

Lani Victor McIntire was born on December 15, 1904, and he was only 46 years of age when he passed away on June 17, 1951.
Lani’s older brother Dick was a famous steel guitarist, and his other brother, Al, was an accomplished bassist.
In previous shows, we’ve featured Lani McIntire with his big band swing sound, and his string combo.
Now we’ll feature his dance band as the 1940s began, with Lani stepping out in the role of balladeer.
Today, more than 75 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this musical legacy!

This week's playlist:

1- O Makalapua – Lani McIntire & his Aloha Islanders
2- Hilo March – Lani McIntire
3- Moonlight In Hawaii – Lani McIntire
4- Tahuwahuwahi – Lani McIntire
5- My Isle of Golden Dreams – Lani McIntire
6- One, Two, Three, Four – Lani McIntire
7- I Found A Little Grass Skirt – Lani McIntire
8- Sweet Hawaiian Chimes – Lani McIntire
9- My Little Red Rose – Lani McIntire
10- Dreams of Old Hawaii – Lani McIntire
11- Aloha Oe – Lani McIntire

Length: 53:24
Released on: 11-11-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Lani McIntire





Joseph Serrao - 1980

Territorial Airwaves began broadcasting on June 13, 1979.
Shortly after, in 1980, Joseph Fernandez Kalahanauokalakaua Serrao released his debut recording.
Joseph covered several of his grandfather, Danny Ku’s, compositions.
Danny Ku was a successful steel guitarist and bandleader in the 1930s, 40s, & 50s.
As the Territorial Airwaves broadcast was in its infancy 36 years ago, we appreciated Joseph Serrao’s tribute to his grandfather.
Today, nearly 40 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this groundbreaking release !

This week's playlist:

1- Hula Holiday – Joseph Serrao
2- A’ole Kukui Hele Po - Joseph Serrao
3- Mele Of My Tutu E - Joseph Serrao
4- By The Sea - Joseph Serrao
5- Ei Nei - Joseph Serrao
6- Time For The Tide To Go Out - Joseph Serrao
7- Pali Breeze - Joseph Serrao
8- Dancing Under The Stars - Joseph Serrao
9- For You - Joseph Serrao
10- Kona Devotion - Joseph Serrao
11- My Hawaiian Souvenirs - Joseph Serrao

Length: 53:29
Released on: 11-04-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Joseph Serrao





Reggie Berdon - 1978

Territorial Airwaves began broadcasting on June 13, 1979.
Many of us who were there believe that the “Hawaiian Renaissance” effectively ended with Gabby Pahinui’s death on October 13, 1980.
One of our treasured recordings from December 1978, late in the era, was the debut recording of Reggie Berdon.
“Reggie!”, featured Edd Shonk, Sterling Kahalepuna, and the 1st recordings by Karen Keawehawaii.
Today, nearly 40 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this groundbreaking release !

This week's playlist:

1- Komo Mai – Reggie Berdon
2- Pauoa Liko Ka Lehua – Reggie Berdon
3- Manu O’o - Reggie Berdon
4- Nanakuli - Reggie Berdon
5- Kaimana Hila - Reggie Berdon
6- My Sweet Sweet - Reggie Berdon
7- Nani Kauai - Reggie Berdon
8- Isa Lei - Reggie Berdon
9- Mauna Loa - Reggie Berdon
10- Mae Ae I Ka Hewa - Reggie Berdon

Length: 54:01
Released on: 10-28-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Reginald Berdon





Bob Davis - On the S.S. Lurline

Numerous Hawaiian recording artists and entertainers got their start as tour escorts, aka: tour guides.
In the Territory of Hawaii, visitors were placed under the care of guides, who also sang and danced Hawaiian music during their guided tours.
Notable examples include Paschaol’s Tradewind Tour drivers on Maui, and Bill Ka’iwa in Waikiki.
Many others thrived.
Margaret Williams of Tradewinds Records decided to record Bob Davis, who had hosted and greeted at both the Halekulani Hotel, and for the great white Matson ocean liner, the S.S. Lurline.
Today, 50 plus years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this groundbreaking release !

This week's playlist:

1- He ‘Ono – Bob Davis
2- That’s The Hawaiian In Me – Bob Davis
3- Pupu A’o Ewa – Bob Davis
4- Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula – Bob Davis
5- Latitu – Bob Davis
6- Beyond The Reef – Bob Davis
7- Laupahoehoe Hula – Bob Davis
8- Little Grass Shack – Bob Davis
9- Hukilau – Bob Davis
10- I Wish They Didn’t Mean Goodbye – Bob Davis

Length: 53:47
Released on: 10-21-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Bob Pauhale Davis




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