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Waikiki Beachboy Party - 1963

In 1963, businessman Walter Clarke, who owned the Waltah Clarke’s Hawaiian shops in Hawaii, and from Beverly Hills to Florida, decided to throw a party for the Waikiki Beachboys that had befriended him in 1938 when he arrived from college in Palm Springs, California.
He invited all of his old beachboy friends:
Harry Robello, Turkey Love, Ox Keaulani, Splash Lyons, Chick Daniels, Steamboat Mokuahi, Panama Dave Baptiste, Fat Kala, Jimmy Hakuole, and Duke Kahanamoku.
The live recording made at the Outrigger Canoe Club was released on Duke Kahanamoku Records in 1963.
These Hawaiian music legends are gone now, but not forgotten.
Today, 55 years later, we’ll share this memorable music with you.

This week's playlist:


1- Okole Maluna – Waikiki Beachboys
2- Bye Bye Blues – Panama Dave
3- Goodbye Honolulu – Chick Daniels
4- Lei Aloha – Chick Daniels
5- Café Life – Chick Daniels
6- Hawaiian Rhapsody – Splash Lyons
7- Waikiki Chickadee – Chick Daniels
8- Waikiki – Kalakaua Aylett
9- Ahulili – Kalakaua Aylett
10- In Spite Of All – Jimmy Hakuole
11- Hui Nalu – Splash Lyons & Waikiki Beachboy

Length: 54:02
Released on: 09-28-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Hilo Hawaiians - 1960

In 1960, the Hilo Hawaiians recorded their debut album, “Honeymoon In Hawaii”, while they were on tour in Chicago.
The album became quite popular, originally released with a deluxe 58-page, full-color collectable booklet.
Bunny Brown played guitar, while Kihei Brown and Mona Kalima played ukulele.
Puni “Buddy” Brown played stand-up bass, and Arthur Ka’au’a played steel guitar.
All of the Hilo Hawaiians contributed vocals.
These Hawaiian music legends are gone now, but not forgotten.
Today, almost 60 years later, we’ll share this memorable music with you.

This week's playlist:


1- Hole Waimea – Hilo Hawaiians
2- Hilo March – Hilo Hawaiians
3- Haole Hula – Hilo Hawaiians
4- He Aloha No O Honolulu – Hilo Hawaiians
5- Hawaii Calls – Hilo Hawaiians
6- Enchanted Isles – Hilo Hawaiians
7- Nani Waialeale – Hilo Hawaiians
8- E Huli Ho’i Mai – Hilo Hawaiians
9- Pua Ona Ona – Hilo Hawaiians
10- Akaka Falls – Hilo Hawaiians
11- Aloha Oe – Hilo Hawaiians

Length: 52:43
Released on: 09-21-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Hilo Hawaiians





Waimea Music Festival - 1974

In 1971, three former classmates from Hawaii Preparatory Academy came together to form Panini Records.
They would eventually help to ignite the Hawaiian Renaissance with releases by the Sons of Hawaii, Gabby Pahinui, Sunday Manoa, and the Peter Moon Band.
On Sunday, May 19, 1974, at Paniolo Park, Waimea, Hawaii, the “Waimea Music Festival” was held to create a state-of-the-art live recording of the stars of that era.
Many of the Hawaiian music legends you will hear in this program are now gone, but not forgotten.
Today, almost 45 years later, we’ll share this memorable music with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Waimea Cowboy – Sonny Chillingworth
2- Makee Ailana – Sonny Chillingworth
3- Ua Nani O Nu’uanu – Na Leo O Nu’uanu
4- Hi’ilawe – Gabby Pahinui
5- Livin’ On A Easy – Gabby Pahinui
6- Ka Ua Loku – Gabby Pahinui
7- Ahe Lau Makani – Sunday Manoa
8- He’eia – Sunday Manoa
9- Ku’u Lei Hoku – Genoa Keawe
10- Alika – Genoa Keawe

Length: 52:53
Released on: 09-14-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 28

A young woman born and raised in Honolulu, traveled all the way to Paris, France, to find a new life.
But Hawaii followed her to France.
Eventually, her French-born daughter wanted to learn the hula, so Kilohana Kwock Silve, a trained hula practitioner already, taught her French daughter the hula.
More French women came, and more countries followed.
An elderly Frenchman brought her his cherished Hawaiian record collection, and gave it to her for safekeeping.
Eventually, Kilohana packed it all up and brought it back home to Manoa, O’ahu, Hawaii.
Today, we’ll resume our mini-series, now in our 4th summer of sharing even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 28.
For this final episode, we’ll feature Waikiki and 49th State Records 45-rpms!
So today, 60 years later, we’ll share this music.

This week's playlist:

1- Do The Hula – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders
2- Heeia – Pauline Kekahuna & Hauoli Girls
3- Lovely Maile Lei – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders
4- Moloka’i Waltz – Pauline Kekahuna & Hauoli Girls
5- Tiare No Tahiti – Haunani Kahalewai
6- Naka Pueo Kahi – Honey Kalima
7- Muliwai – Pua Almeida & Sunset Serenaders
8- Lullaby Of Itsuki – Masaaki Hirao & Waikiki Hawaiians
9- Pupu A’o Ewa/Pearly Shells – Pua Almeida
10- Kuahiwi Nani Oe – Flora Waipa & Joe Keawe
11- Aloha Oe – Masaaki Hirao & Waikiki Hawaiians

Length: 53:52
Released on: 09-07-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Kilohana Kollection - Volume 27

A young woman born and raised in Honolulu, traveled all the way to Paris, France, to find a new life.
But Hawaii followed her to France.
Eventually, her French-born daughter wanted to learn the hula, so Kilohana Kwock Silve, a trained hula practitioner already, taught her French daughter the hula.
More French women came, and more countries followed.
An elderly Frenchman brought her his cherished Hawaiian record collection, and gave it to her for safekeeping.
Eventually, Kilohana packed it all up and broght it back home to Manoa, O’ahu, Hawaii.
Today, we’ll resume our mini-series, now in our 4th summer of sharing even more of the treasures that we’ve culled from the Kilohana Kollection, in Volume 27.
For this episode, we’ll feature Waikiki and Bell Records 45-rpms!
So today, 60 years later, we’ll share this music.

This week's playlist:

1- Blue Maui Skies – Alice Johnson
2- Ama Ama – George Tautu Archer & Pagans
3- I Ali’i No Oe – Pauline Kekahuna
4- Akaka Falls – Iwalani Kahalewai
5- Heaven Is In Blue Hawaii – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
6- Sing Hawaii Sing – Bill Akamuhou & Nautical Hawaiians
7- I’ve Found A Little Grass Skirt – Pua Almeida
8- Aloha Ku’u Pua – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
9- He I’a Nui Ka’u – Pua Almeida & his Sunset Trio
10- Marcelle Wahine – George “Tautu” Archer & Pagans

Length: 54:21
Released on: 08-31-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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