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Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman

In 1989, Territorial Airwaves was 10 years old, but only broadcasting in the Hawaiian Islands.
A young acoustic steel guitar player and collector found a 1929 recording by Madame Riveire’s Hawaiians in San Francisco.
He fell in love with the music.
He eventually came to Hawaii, found Tau Moe, that early steel guitarist on the record, along with his wife, Rose Moe, the lead vocalist.
Bob recorded the entire family, including son Lani and daughter Dorian, performing their music from 60 years prior.
Upon finishing the recording, Bob learned about Territorial Airwaves from the Moe Family.
He immediately contacted e and arranged for them all to perform live at a Territoral Airwaves broadcast from the Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki.
From 1989 but sounding much older, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Na Ali’i – Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
2- He Aloha No O Honolulu - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
3- Fort Street – 1929/1989 - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
4- Mai Ka’i No Kaua’i - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
5- Aloha Means I Love You - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
6- Kolopa - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
7- Pa’ahana - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
8- Meleana E Medley - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
9- Goodbye My Feleni - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
10- E Mama Ea - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman

Length: 54:14
Released on: 03-22-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman





Waikiki Leaks - Swing Luau

Harry B. & Kilohana traveled once again to Paris, France to work with her hula students.
We also flew to Rome, Italy to work with her students there.
For their celebration event, they hired a Roman band that played Hawaiian music.
Much to our surprise, the WAIKIKI LEAKS were a highly trained group of professional musicians who fell in love with Hawaiian and Hapa Haole music.
Turns out that they listen to territorialairwaves.com.
When they hear a song they like, they repeat it over and over, transcribing both the music and the lyrics to their tablets.
They are highly influenced by Pua Almeida & Benny Saks, so they inject a lot of swing & jazz into their arrangements.
The WAIKIKI LEAKS are Flavio Pasquetto, Francesca Faro, Flippo Delogu, Light Palone, & Alfredo Romeo.
The result is delightful, and we wanted to share their new CD release with you, “Swing Luau”.
From 2018 but sounding much older, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- My Hapa Haole Hula Girl – Waikiki Leaks
2- Tropical Swing – Waikiki Leaks
3- Keep Your Eyes On The Hands – Waikiki Leaks
4- Waikiki On A Rainy Night – Waikiki Leaks
5- Little Brown Gal – Waikiki Leaks
6- Maui Girl – Waikiki Leaks
7- Sleepwalk – Waikiki Leaks
8- It Don’t Mean A Thing If It A’int Got That Swing – Waikiki Leaks
9- Some More Of Samoa – Waikiki Leaks
10- Memories of Ka’anapali – Waikiki Leaks
11- Waikiki – Waikiki Leaks

Length: 57:13
Released on: 03-15-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Waikiki Leaks





Sol K Bright - Hana Hou

Solomon (Kolomone) Kamaluhia Kekipi Ke Aliika’apuni Ku Keala Oka mahanahana Bright was born on November 9, 1909, and we lost him at the age of 83, on April 27, 1992.
After gaining popularity in Hollywood, Sol Ho’opii returned home to Honolulu, saw Sol K Bright perform and took him back to Hollywood to join his Hawaiian troupe.
Sol K Bright was just 19 years old in 1928.
He would later form Sol K Bright & his Holly-waiians in Hollywood.
The majority of their recordings were made by Victor Records in 1934.
We previously shared a program of their music on February 28, 2014.
So in this show, we’ll Hana Hou!
From 85 years ago, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Tomi Tomi – Sol K Bright & his Holly-waiians
2- La Rosita – Sol K Bright & his Holly-waiians
3- Kilohana – Sol K Bright w/ Sol Ho’opi’i & his Novelty Trio
4- He Ono – Sol K Bright & his Holly-waiians
5- Akaka Falls – Sol K Bright & his Holly-waiians
6- Hawaiian Cowboy- Sol K Bright & his Holly-waiians
7- Malihini Mele – Sol K Bright & his Holly-waiians
8- Papio – Sol K Bright & his Holly-waiians
9- Oi Oi E – Sol k Bright & his Holly-waiians
10- I Wonder Where My Little Hula Girl Has Gone – Sol K Bright
11- Tropic Tradewinds – Sol K Bright w/ Ray Kinney & his Hawaiians

Length: 56:36
Released on: 03-08-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Sol K Bright





Kalama's Quartet - Hana Hou !

Kalama’s Quartet were originally a trio that steel guitarist and falsetto singer, Maika Hanapi, formed in 1926 with ukulele player William Kalama, and harp-guitarist Bob Nawahine.
This group originally recorded as the Hanapi Trio.
With the addition of guitarist/vocalist Dave Kaleipua Munson in 1927, the group became Kalama’s Quartet.
Although a 2nd steel guitarist, Bob Matsu, joined in 1928, the group’s name was not changed.
The majority of their recordings were made by Okeh Records between 1928 and 1932.
We previously shared a program of their music on April 28, 2014.
So in this show, we’ll Hana Hou!
From 90 plus years ago, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Wahine Ui – Kalama’s Quartet
2- Palolo – Kalama’s Quartet
3- Kalamaula – Kalama’s Quartet
4- Lei Ana Ika Mokihana – Kalama’s Quartet
5- Inikiniki Mali’e – Kalama’s Quartet
6- He Mana’o Healoha – Kalama’s Quartet
7- Hilo March – Kalama’s Quartet
8- Nu Ioka Hula (New York Hula) – Kalama’s Quartet
9- Wai O Minnehaha – Kalama’s Quartet
10- Kawika / Liliu’e – Kalama’s Quartet
11- Hilo Hula – Kalama’s Quartet

Length: 54:30
Released on: 03-01-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Kalama's Quartet





Honolulu Students - 1904

Hawaiian musical ensembles began crisscrossing the continental United States in the 19th century.
Lui Thompson got his start playing in Mekia Kealakai’s Hawaiian Orchestra.
He later performed with Kealakai at the 1901 Buffalo World’s Fair, in Buffalo, New York.
In 1904, Thompson led a tour of the Honolulu Students across the Continent of the United States.
Also known as the Royal Hawaiian Troubadours, they were recorded during the tour in 1904.
Kilin Reece, Hawaii-based luthier, has discovered 12 discs featuring the combo of:
Lui Thompson Keouli, Fred W. Kahea, James Pekelo, David Ka’ai Kaleikoa, Madame Anehila, and William Holoua.
Kilin has released this restored collection on KR Records, available on KRStrings.com, and Kilin is with us today to share this music.
From 1904, 115 years ago, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Moani Keala – Lui Thompson w/ Honolulu Students
2- Lei Awapuhi – Lui Thompson w/ Honolulu Students
3- Ua Like No A Like – Lui Thompson w/ Honolulu Students
4- Tomi Tomi – Lui Thompson w/ Honolulu Students
5- Maui Girl – Lui Thompson w/ Honolulu Students
6- Hi’ilawe – Lui Thompson w/ Honolulu Students
7- One Two Three Four – Lui Thompson w/ Honolulu Students
8- Wiliwili Wai – Lui Thompson w/ Honolulu Students

Length: 53:14
Released on: 02-22-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Royal Hawaiian Troubadours




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