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Manhattan Hawaiians

The Hawaiian music craze of the 1920s and 1930s, fed by the rising popularity of both traditional and hapa haole Hawaiian songs, featuring the ukulele and the steel guitar, along with falsetto singing and hula dancing, resulted in many talented Hawaiian entertainers migrating to Hollywood, California during the period.
A few would eventually travel all the way across the country to New York City.
The employment opportunities included performing in hotels, restaurants, and nightclubs, as well as record compny deals and acting in Hollywood movies.
Some Hawaiians would stay in Hollywood, but a few would eventually go to the Big Apple of Manhattan, New York City.
For this show, we’ll focus on music performed by ambassadors of Hawaiian music who opted to continue on from Hollywood to Manhattan during the Golden Era of Hawaiian music, before WWII.
From 90 plus years ago, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Honey Let’s Go For Broke – Harry Owens & Royal Hawns
2- Analani E – Ray Kinney & Hawaiian Musical Ambassadors
3- Ke Kali Nei Au – Ray Kinney w/ George Kainapau
4- Kaneohe Hula – Alfred Apaka & Hawn Musical Ambassadors
5- Only A Rose – George Kainapau w/ Lani Mcintire
6- Hula Blues – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
7- Hula Breeze – Harry Owens & Royal Hawaiians
8- Tomi Tomi – Johnny Pineapple & Native Islanders
9- Hawaiian One To Ten – Andy Iona & Islanders
10- Sophisticated Hula – Charlie Kaipo Miller
11- Lovely Hula Hands – Ray Kinney & Hawn Musical Ambassadors

Length: 52:46
Released on: 01-31-2020
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Hollywood Hawaiians

We’ll focus on music performed by ambassadors of Hawaiian music who opted to stay and work in Hollywood during the Golden Era of Hawaiian music, before WWII.
From 90 plus years ago, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist: 1- He Ono – Sol K Bright & Hollywaiians
2- Heat Wave – Sol K Bright & Hollywaiians
3- Hooked At A Hukilau – Prince Kawohi
4- I Like You – Sol Ho’opii & Novelty Quartet
5- Kehaulani – Dick McIntire & Harmony Hawaiians
6- My Little Red Rose – Lani McIntire & Hawaiians
7- Keko – Andrew Aiona’s Novelty Four
8- Naughty Hula Eyes – Andy Iona & his Islanders
9- Ebb Tide – Sam Koki & his Islanders
10- Maui No La Ka O’i – King Bennie Nawahi
11- Maika’i Wale No Kaua’i – Augie Goupil
12- To You Sweetheart, Aloha – Ray Kinney

Length: 53:39
Released on: 01-24-2020
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Lani McIntire - B sides

The terms A-side and B-side used to refer to a two-sided phonograph record. The A-side was usually the featured song that the producer hoped would receive radio airplay and become a ‘hit’. The B-side, or flipside, was a secondary song, or a song thought less appealing to radio announcers.

For this show, we’ll continue a mini-series, focusing on songs that were thought to be B-sides when released.

This week's playlist:

1- Little Heaven of the Seven Seas - Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
2- Honolulu by the Sea - Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
3- Maika'i Wale No Kaua'i Leiana Ika Mokihana - Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
4- When Hawaii Calls
5- Hilo E
6- Kalua Lullaby
7- Holoholo Ka'a Hula
8- I'll Come Sailing Home To You
9- When You Dream About Hawaii
10- Kama'aina
11- Hawaiian Paradise
12- When It's Moonlight In Kalua

Length: 53:15
Released on: 01-17-2020
Artist/Compiled by: Lani McIntire





Sol Ho'opi'i - B sides

The terms A-side and B-side used to refer to a two-sided phonograph record. The A-side was usually the featured song that the producer hoped would receive radio airplay and become a ‘hit’. The B-side, or flipside, was a secondary song, or a song thought less appealing to radio announcers.

For this show, we’ll begin a mini-series, focusing on songs that were thought to be B-sides when released. Our first artist of B-sides is Sol Ho'opi' i.

This week's playlist:

1- Keola Nalimu - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette
2- 12th Street Rag - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Five
3- Duke Kahanamoku - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette w/ Sol K. Bright
4- Come On Nancy - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette
5- Meleana E - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette
6- Henehene Kou Aka - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette
7- Stack O Lee Blues - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Five
8- Pulupe - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette
9- Hawaiian Honeymoon - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette w/ Sol K. Bright
10- Hualalai - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette
11- Weave a Lei, Flower Lei - Sol Ho'opi'i Novelty Quartette w/ Sol K. Bright

Length: 55:15
Released on: 01-10-2020
Artist/Compiled by: Sol Ho'opi'i





Classic Rerun - 40th annual New Years Party

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, we bring back some of our most requested shows for Classic Rerun. Enjoy!

As the old year was ending in ancient times in Hawaii, Kahuna associated with certain heiau on the Western side of each inhabited Hawaiian island would watch for the appearance of “Na Huihui o Makali’i”, a star cluster that appears in the evening sky.
Once “Makali’i” was seen, the next new moon would begin the “Makahiki” season, a 4-month period when warfare was prohibited, and people celebrated with games and sports.
When Westerners arrived with their tradition of the New Year’s celebration, it coincided with the Hawaiians practice of Makahiki.
Thus, “Hau’oli Makahiki Hou” now says “Happy New Year!”
Today, we’ll spin some lyrical libations, as we share our 40th annual Territorial New Year’s Party.

This week's playlist:

1- Hau’oli Makahiki Hou – Genoa Keawe
2- Hawaiian Hospitality – Ted Fio Rito
3- Let’s Go For Broke – Andy Iona
4- Okole Maluna – Andy Iona
5- A Wee Doech An’ Doris – Sol K. Bright
6- Geevum – Don Ho
7- Welakahou –Ed Kenney
8- Koni Au I Ka Wai – Harry Owens
9- Pau Pilikia – Ernest & Freddie Tavares
10- I’m Pau – Dick McIntire & Harmony Hawaiians
11- Right on – Waikiki Girls
12- Auld Lang Syne – Leo Nahenahe Singers

Length: 56:00
Released on: 01-03-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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