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Waikiki Serenaders - 1960

Waikiki Records was created in 1958 by Tommy Kearns & Y.O. Kang.
In the 8 short years of the label’s existence, a large catalog of Hawaiian music was released.
In 1960, a compilation disc featuring “Hilarious and naughty Hula” was released in stereo, featuring Pauline Kekahuna, “Shorty” De Los Santos, Sonny Nicholas, Charlie Miller, Honey Kalima, and Kalani & Simeon Bright.
Today, almost 60 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:


1- Kaleponi Hula – Charles Kaipo Miller
2- Ha’u Ha’u E – Kalani Bright
3- Mele Of My Tutu E – Pauline Kekahuna
4- Ala Moana Annie – Pauline Kekahuna
5- Red Opu – Emily De Los Santos
6- Hilo Hattie Does The Hilo Hop – Emily De Los Santos
7- Anapau – Honey Kalima & Royal Hawaiians
8- Princess Pupule – Sonny Nicholas
9- Keep Your Eyes On The Hands – Sonny Nicholas
10- Hawaiian Cowboy – Kalani Bright
11- Hawaiian Scotsman – Simeon Bright

Length: 54:22
Released on: 03-10-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters

Johnny Spencer had been the manager of the Niumalu Hotel in Kalia, Waikiki, producing & directing the Hawaiian shows there.
But Henry J. Kaiser purchased the Niumalu Hotel in 1954 in order to build his Hawaiian Village Hotel.
Johnny Spencer moved to Kona, Hawaii to open a steakhouse and assembled a group to perform there.
His Kona Koasters included Little “Joe” Kekauoha, George Paoa, Solomon “Babalu” Davis, & Gil Brown.
They created their own interpretation of what is now referred to as exotica tiki music.
Today, almost 60 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- Marcelle Wahine – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters
2- Sting Ray – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters
3- Hawaiian War Chant (exotic) – Kona Koasters
4- Hawaiian War Chant (jazz) – Kona Koasters
5- Maui Rain – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters
6- Se Ula’i – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters
7- Temptation – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters
8- S’Pacifica – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters
9- Drifting Sand – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters
10- Kona Tide – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters
11- Monsoon – Johnny Spencer & Kona Koasters

Length: 53:10
Released on: 03-03-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Kona Koasters





Emma Farden Sharpe

Emma Kapiolani Farden Sharpe of the Farden Family of Lahaina, Maui, is credited with helping to pioneer the renaissance of the hula throughout the island of Maui.
Although a school teacher for 40 years, she pursued hula training at a young age, before there were known halau on Maui.
She then began a lifetime of teaching and performing, sharing the hula she had learned.
In the 1960s, and into the 1970s, she presented her show every Sunday evening in the Discovery Room at the Sheraton-Maui.
With her musicians, the vibrant entertainer thrived.
Today, almost 50 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- Lei Hiwahiwa – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers
2- I Ali’i No ‘Oe – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers
3- Kawika – Emma Sharpe
4- Puamana – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers
5- Laupahoehoe – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers
6- Alika – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers
7- Kilakila O Haleakala – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers
8- Do The Hula – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers
9- Kui Molokai – Emma Sharpe
10- Pulupe/ Noenoe Ua Kea O Hana – Emma Sharpe
11- Green Rose Hula – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers
12- Kilauea – Emma Sharpe
13- Ke Kali Nei Au – Emma Sharpe & Entertainers

Length: 56:27
Released on: 02-24-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Emma Sharpe & her Entertainers





Hawaii Calls - 1975

Webley Edwards began the “Hawaii Calls” radio show on July 3, 1935.
At its peak, 750 stations were airing the show.
Webley Edwards retired in 1972 for health reasons.
Danny Kaleikini tried to keep the show going.
But listenership was falling, and the State of Hawaii terminated its long standing subsidy for the show.
One last “Hawaii Calls” album was produced on Lehua Records, to celebrate the show’s 40th anniversary, but for the first time without Webley Edwards.
In addition to some of the show’s veteran stars, a bevy of younger talent performed Benny Kalama’s arrangements.
“Hawaii Calls – 1975” was released at the beginning of 1975, but after 2,083 weekly episodes the “Hawaii Calls” last broadcast was on August 16, 1975.
Webley Edwards died on October 5, 1977, at the age of 74.
Today, over 40 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- Across The Sea – Pua Almeida
2- Sands Of Waikiki – Danny Kaleikini
3- Kanaka Waiwai – Danny Kaleikini & Penny Silva
4- Ka’a Ahi Kahului – Palani Vaughan
5- Song Of The Islands – Nina Keali’iwahamana
6- Kona Kai Opua – Charles K. L. Davis
7- Here In This Enchanted Place – Francis Kamahele
8- No Keanu Ahi Ahi – Melveen Leed
9- I Wish They Didn’t Mean Goodbye – Joe Recca
10- Wai O Keaniani – Hui Ohana
11- Now Is The Hour – Nina Keali’iwahamana

Length: 51:48
Released on: 02-17-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Songs of Heavenly Hana

Paul Fagan built the Hotel Hana-Maui to attract visitors to Hana after World War II.
Soon, the new hotel and it’s nearby airfield were largest employer in Hana, as the sugar industry had left the area.
Clara K. Tolentino was born on November 28, 1921.
Upon the departure of John Pi’ilani Watkins, Clara became the director of the Hotel Hana-Maui Serenaders, and became the hula choreographer, plus she led the Hana School Chorus, the Kipahulu School Chorus, and the Wananalua Church Choir.
Today, 55 years later, we’ll share this classic music.

This week's playlist:

1- Kuakea – Clara Tolentino & Hana-Maui Serenaders
2- Hula Lolo – Hotel Hana-Maui Serenaders
3- Hana Chant – Clara Tolentino
4- U’ilani – Clara Tolentino
5- No Noe Ua Kea O Hana – Clara Tolentino
6- Honaunau Paka – Clara Tolentino
7- Green Lantern Hula – Hotel Hana-Maui Serenaders
8- Pupu A’o Ewa – Randy Lee
9- Mauna Loa – Ellen Pu
10- There Goes Kealoha – Ellen Pu
11- Uheuhene – Hana School Chorus
12- Aloha Oe – Amy Moiheha & combined Choruses

Length: 52:54
Released on: 02-10-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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