Hawaiian Renaissance 1970s Music Pt 2

We return to the decade of the 1970s, the period of Hawaiian music often referred to as The Hawaiian Renaissance, when Hawaii’s youth began a search for ethnic identity.
The return to grassroots music was led by traditionally influenced musicians such as Gabby Pahinui, the Sons of Hawaii, the Sunday Manoa, and Hui Ohana.
But there were many other performers as well, whose recordings are now out of print.
Today, we’ll listen to more of our out-of-print recordings from the recorded legacy of the Hawaiian Renaissance.

This week's playlist:

1- Na Ali’i – Keone, Keaka, & Akau
2- Freedom of Makaha – Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
3- Nanakuli – Nu’uanu Brothers
4- Nanakuli – Reggie Berdon
5- Hilo Au – Hilo E – Keola & Kapono Beamer
6- Model T – New Na Keonimana
7- Beep Beep Hula – Honolulu w/ Keli’i Taua
8- Keoki – Chucky Boy Chock & Oahu Brand
9- Ko Mai ho ‘Eu ‘Eu – Emperor Alapai Hanapi
10- Hula O Makee – The Waiehu Sons
11- Behold Laie – Loyal Garner and Robert Cazimero

Length: 54:53
Released on: 07-04-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists

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