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Classic Rerun - The Roaring Twenties - 1920s

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

The 1920s were a time of new prosperity, where the young Territory of Hawaii built the full grown city of Honolulu.
While Johanna Wilcox became the 1st woman to register to vote in Hawaii, Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalani’anaole passed away.
KGU became Hawaii’s 1st radio station.
The Royal Hawaiian Hotel, the Hawaii Theatre, the Aloha Tower, and the Honolulu Stadium all opened.
“May Day Is Lei Day in Hawaii” was created.
But the Great Depression would close the decade, and the Territory of Hawaii would never be the same.
Today, we’ll listen to rare out-of-print recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Ama Ama – Sam Alama
2- Palolo – Kane’s Hawaiians
3- Kaleponi Kalama’s Quartette
4- Hanohano Hawaii – Waikiki Stonewall Boys
5- Hanohano Hanalei – Alfred Alohikea
6- Mai Ka’i No Kaua’i – Madame Riviere’s Hawaiians
7- Na Pua O Hawaii – George Ku Trio
8- Na Moku Eha – Hoot Gibson’s Hawaiian Foursome
9- Hula Blues – Johnny Noble’s Hawaiians
10- King Kamehameha – South Sea Islanders

Length: 55:06
Released on: 11-22-2019
Artist/Compiled by: 1920s Hawaiian recordings





Classic Rerun - Andy Iona - 1934-36

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

Andrew Aiona was born in Honolulu on January 1, 1902.
After losing his right thumb in an accident, he was sent from Kamehameha Schools to the Reformatory For Boys.
Under the tutelage of Mekia Kealakai and Henri Berger, he became an accomplished saxophonist.
Eventually, he journeyed to the mainland US, where he excelled first with his saxophone, and later became an acclaimed steel guitarist.
He performed and recorded extensively.
In this program, almost 85 years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Wale Ka Mahina – Andy Iona & his Islanders
2- Hola E Pae - Andy Iona & his Islanders
3- Hawaii, Sing To Me - Andy Iona & his Islanders
4- Ku’uipo - Andy Iona & his Islanders
5- My Sweet Hawaiian Maid - Andy Iona & his Islanders
6- Hawaiian One To Ten - Andy Iona & his Islanders
7- Ho’oheno Keia No Beauty - Andy Iona & his Islanders
8- Naughty Hula Eyes - Andy Iona & his Islanders
9- South Sea Island Magic - Andy Iona & his Islanders
10- I Want To Learn To Speak Hawaiian - Andy Iona & his Islanders
11- Pretty Red Hibiscus - Andy Iona & his Islanders

Length: 53:40
Released on: 11-15-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Andy Iona & his Islanders





Classic Rerun - Kahauanu Lake Trio - 1964

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

In 1964, Hula Records released an album produced by Don McDiarmid, Jr. called, “Hawaiian Style”, featuring The Kahauanu Lake Trio. The Kahauanu Lake Trio consisted of Kahauanu Lake on ukulele & vocals; his brother, Tommy Lake, on acoustic stand up bass & vocals; and Al Machida on acoustic guitar and vocals. And for this recording, Al Ka’ailau was featured on electric guitar.

While performing at the Halekulani Hotel in Waikiki, they recorded this album.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Hawaiian Style” from 1964.

This week's playlist:


1- Hu’ehu’e – Kahauanu Lake Trio
2- Nani Wale A Ka Mahina – Kahauanu Lake Trio
3- Ku’u Hoa Hololio – Kahauanu Lake Trio
4- Wahine Holo Lio – Kahauanu Lake Trio
5- Pua ‘Ahihi – Kahauanu Lake Trio
6- Punalu’u – Kahauanu Lake Trio
7- Aloha ‘Ia ‘O Waianae – Kahauanu Lake Trio
8- Ka Pua U’i – Kahauanu Lake Trio
9- Ka Paniolo Nui O Moloka’i – Kahauanu Lake Trio
10- Malolo – Kahauanu Lake Trio
11- Penei No – Kahauanu Lake Trio

Length: 53:59
Released on: 11-08-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Kahauanu Lake Trio





Bing Crosby - Hawaii

Harry Lillis Crosby was born on May 3, 1903, in Tacoma, Washington.
“Bing” Crosby died on October 14, 1977 at the age of 74 while playing golf in Madrid, Spain.
He began playing drums and singing in a local band, but would soon become one of the largest stars ever with his records and movies.
Bing Crosby received 23 Gold records, sold more than 6 million records worldwide, and appeared on approximately 4,0000 radio broadcasts.
For this show, we’ll focus on some of our favorite Hawaiian music recorded by Bing Crosby.

This week's playlist:

1- In A Little Hula Heaven – Bing Crosby w/ Jimmy Dorsey
2- Mele Kalikikimaka – Bing Crosby w/ Andrew Sisters
3- Blue Hawaii – Bing Crosby w/ Lani McIntire & Hawaiians
4- Sweet Leilani – Bing Crosby w/ Lani McIntire & Hawaiians
5- Tradewinds – Bing Crosby w/ Dick McIntire & Harmony Hs
6- Song Of Old Hawaii – Bing Crosby w/ Dick McIntire & HHs
7- When You Dream About Hawaii – Bing Crosby w/ Dick McIntire
8- Remember Hawaii – Bing Crosby w/ Dick McIntire & HHs
9- Paradise Isle – Bing Crosby w/ Sam Koki & Paradise Isle Trio
10- My Isle Of Golden Dreams – Bing Crosby w/ Dick McIntire
11- To You Sweetheart Aloha – Bing Crosby w/ Dick McIntire
12- Beyond The Reef – Bing Crosby w/ Orchestra

Length: 56:19
Released on: 10-25-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Bing Crosby





Swinging Sixties Waikiki

The new modern Hawaiian sound burst upon the Waikiki scene in the early 1960s.
A reflection of the popularity of the Beatles, younger groups began performing in many of the taverns, lounges, and restaurants in Waikiki.
There seemed to be a watering hole in every Hotel lobby, and around every corner.
One could experience a different entertainer every evening.
Budding entertainers like Kui & Nani Lee, Don Ho, Zulu, Pat & his Paddlers, and Billy K & the Seamen all made their first recordings.
For this show, we’ll trace through all of those early 1960s records that you may have not heard before, or at least for a very long time.

This week's playlist:

1- Happy Me – Billy K. & the Seamen
2- Whee Ha Swing – Sonny Chillingworth
3- The Coed Song - Zulu
4- 1 Paddle 2 Paddle – Pat & his Paddlers
5- I’ll Remember You - Alvan
6- Taro Patch – Kui & Nani Lee
7- Califrisco – Don Ho
8- Hula Blues – Sonny Chillingworth
9- Kaleilehua – Billy K. & the Seamen
10- Where Is My Love Tonight? – Nani Lee
11- He Ono – Kui & Nani Lee
12- Ne’e Ne’e Mai A Pili – Zulu
13- Pupu A’o Ewa – Don Ho
14- When It’s Time To Go – Kui Lee

Length: 56:37
Released on: 10-18-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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