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Hui Ohana with Tina Kaapana - 1974

The group Hui Ohana exploded upon Hawaiian music scene in 1972.
Fraternal twin brothers, Ledward and Nedward Ka’apana, and their cousin Dennis Pavao, brought back the nearly lost arts of slack key guitar and falsetto harmony vocals.
Two years later, after achieving considerable success, they recorded their 3rd album, this time featuring their Led & Ned’s mother, Regina Ka’apana, known as Mama Tina Ka’apana.
They recorded together on March 5th and 7th of 1974.
We’ll share those recordings from 1974 with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Wai O Ke Ani Ani – Hui Ohana
2- Radio Hula – Ledward Ka’apana w/ Hui Ohana
3- Hui Ohana – Hui Ohana
4- Kanaka Wai Wai – Tina Ka’apana w/ Hui Ohana
5- God Bless My Daddy/Mom – Dennis Pavao w/ HO
6- Wailana – Tina Ka’apana w/ Hui Ohana
7- Waiakanaio – Hui Ohana
8- Kaulana O Hilo Hanakahi – Tina Ka’apana w/ HO
9- Pauoa Liko Lehua – Tina Ka’apana w/ Hui Ohana
10- Kumukahi – Tina Ka’apana w/ Hui Ohana
11- O Kalena Kai – Dennis Pavao w/ Hui Ohana

Length: 54:40
Released on: 08-23-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Hui Ohana





Hawaiian Country Rock - 1950s

The Hawaiian steel guitar, with its smooth, shivering sound, made its way to the US Mainland, where in the early 1900s, it showed up in blues and hillbilly music.
But the most important result of this trend was that country acts began adding steel guitarists to their rosters.
The 1950s developed a whole new type of music called Rock n’ Roll, created from a mix of rhythm and blues, and a little bit of country.
The 1950s country music had a mix of blues and rock n’ roll in it.
And in the 1950s, many country artists recorded Hawaiian tribute songs.
We’ll share those recordings from 1984 with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Hula Rock – Hank Snow
2- Hootchy Kootchy Henry From Hawaii – Mictchell Torok
3- Hawaiian Cowboy – Rex Allen
4- Me Rock A Hula – Bill Haley and his Comets
5- Lula Rock A Hula – Teresa Brewer
6- Hula Love – Buddy Knox
7- Bop A Hula – Jimmy C. Newman
8- Hawaiian Seabreeze – Skeets McDonald
9- Blue Hawaii – Hank Locklin
10- Hillbilly Hula – Jenks “Tex” Carman
11- Everybody Does It In Hawaii – Jimmie Rogers
12- Aloha Oe – Marty Robbins

Length: 54:38
Released on: 08-16-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Na Leo Pilimehana - 1984

Three students at Kamehameha Schools were first noticed when they won the Brown Bags to Stardom competition in 1984.
Nalani Jenkins (Choy), Angela Fernandez (Morales), and Lehua Kalima (Heine) recorded their hit “Local Boys” as a 45-rpm.
An album followed.
Over the next 35 years, the trio has recorded numerous albums, performed all over the world, and won countless Hoku Awards.
But it all started 35 years ago.
We’ll share those recordings from 1984 with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Kumukalidadid – Na Leo Pilimehana
2- Sweet Baby - Na Leo Pilimehana
3- Local Boys - Na Leo Pilimehana
4- Chalangalang Blues - Na Leo Pilimehana
5- Ho’oheno Keia No Beauty - Na Leo Pilimehana
6- Get Hep To Swing - Na Leo Pilimehana
7- Rum N’ Coca Cola - Na Leo Pilimehana
8- Koula / Manowaiopuna - Na Leo Pilimehana
9- Longer - Na Leo Pilimehana
10- Sweet Someone - Na Leo Pilimehana
11- Waikiki - Na Leo Pilimehana

Length: 55:44
Released on: 08-09-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Na Leo Pilimehana





Alfred Apaka - 1959

Alfred Apaka graced our world from March 19, 1919 to January 30, 1960.
He was just 40 years old when he passed on.
And the amazing steel guitarist, Jules Ah See, in the Villagemen that backed Alfred at the Kaiser Hawaiian Village, also passed away that same year, on June 12, 1960.
Their final recordings with the Villagemen were recorded for Decca Records in Los Angeles, California, between August 28th and September 6th, 1959.
But an album featuring this music was not released until 1963, three full years after the pair of legends left us.
We’ll share those recordings from 1959 with you.

This week's playlist:

1- E Maliu Mai – Alfred Apaka
2- Princess Pupule - Alfred Apaka
3- My Isle of Golden Dreams - Alfred Apaka
4- Ebb Tide - Alfred Apaka
5- Dahil Sa Iyo - Alfred Apaka
6- Flowers of Paradise - Alfred Apaka
7- The Magic Islands - Alfred Apaka
8- Lei Aloha, Lei Makamae - Alfred Apaka
9- Ku’u Home - Alfred Apaka
10- Far Across The Sea - Alfred Apaka
11- I Wish They Didn’t Mean Goodbye - Alfred Apaka

Length: 55:00
Released on: 08-02-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Alfred Aholo Apaka





Marlene Sai - 1962

Marlene Sai entered our world on December 14, 1941.
After attending Kamehameha Schools, she began her career with Don Ho at Honey’s in Kaneohe.
Her first two albums, both released in 1962, were extremely popular.
We’ll share those recordings from the 1962 with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Kona Kai O Pua – Marlene Sai
2- Ku’u Hoa – Marlene Sai
3- Kukuna O Kala - Marlene Sai
4- Haunani Mine - Marlene Sai
5- Green Carnation - Marlene Sai
6- Kainoa - Marlene Sai
7- Nanakuli - Marlene Sai
8- Ke Ahi Wela - Marlene Sai
9- Kamalani O Keaukaha - Marlene Sai
10- Ahulili - Marlene Sai
11- Kaulana Na Pua - Marlene Sai

Length: 53:28
Released on: 07-26-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Marlene Sai




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