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Genoa Keawe - 1956

Genoa Leilani Kawaihapai Adolpho Keawe graced our world from October 31, 1918 to February 25, 2008.
She was 89 when she passed away.
For more than half a century, Genoa contributed to the perpetuation of Hawaii’s music and culture, both as a tireless performer, and a dedicated teacher and mentor.
Her signature falsetto inspired generations of entertainers.
In 1956, George Ching of 49th State Records purchased a tape recorder to replace his acetate recording machine.
He was ready to transition from 78rpm discs to the new 33 1/3 rpm LP albums.
Naturally, he chose 38 year old Genoa Keawe, who had been recording on 49th State Records since 1946, to star on the first LP, backed up as always by John Kameaaloha Almeida and his Hawaiians.
We’ll share the resulting recording, “Genoa Keawe – Among My Hawaiian Souvenirs”, with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Maile Swing – Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida & Hawaiians
2- Meleana E - Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida & Hawaiians
3- Kamalani O Keaukaha – Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida
4- My Yellow Ginger Lei – Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida
5- E Mama E - Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida & Hawaiians
6- Among My Hawaiian Souvenirs – Genoa Keawe w/ JKA
7- Old Plantation - Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida & Hawaiians
8- Kalama’ula - Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida & Hawaiians
9- Ke Kali Nei Au - Genoa Keawe w/ Gary Aiko
10- Lei Aloha Lei Makamae - Genoa Keawe w/ Gary Aiko
11- Aloha Oe - Genoa Keawe w/ John K Almeida & Hawaiians

Length: 54:29
Released on: 06-28-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Genoa Keawe





Alfred Apaka - 1952

Alfred Aholo Apaka graced our world from March 19, 1919 to January 30, 1960.
He was just 40 years old when he passed away from a heart attack on the YMCA paddle ball court.
Hawaii’s Golden Baritone did not read music, and had no formal training.
But he had commanding stage presence, and possessed a voice that could range from B flat to E, with incredible agility.
Between 1950 and 1952, while in Los Angeles, Alfred recorded several 78rpm discs with Danny Stewart & his Islanders.
These recordings were first released as 78rpm discs, then later re-released as a 33 1/3 rpm compilation LP.
We’ll share the resulting recording, “Alfred Apaka with Danny Stewart & his Islanders”, with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Lovely Hula Girl – Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart & Islanders
2- Gay Hawaiian Party – Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart
3- Lovely Hula Hands – Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart
4- White Ginger Blossoms – Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart
5- Hapa Haole Hula Girl - Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart
6- Kalua - Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart & Vickie I’i Singers
7- Haunani - Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart & Islanders
8- Beyond The Reef - Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart
9- The Moon Of Manakoora - Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart
10- Sleepy Lagoon - Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart & Islanders
11- I Will Remember You - Alfred Apaka w/ Danny Stewart

Length: 53:37
Released on: 06-21-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Alfred Apaka





Melveen Leed - 1980

Melveen Ku’uleipuanani Leed was born in Honoluu on July 18, 1943.
Melveen remains a beautiful and witty entertainer who can dominate any stage, and delight any audience in the world.
She can match her strong vocalizing with any musical setting.
After numerous Hoku Award winning recordings in the 1970s, Melveen made a special recording in 1980, with 4 legends of slack key guitar. Gabby Pahinui, Sonny Chilingwoth, Atta Isaacs, and Ledward Ka’apara.
Melveen was 37 with her talents at their peak.
The result was pure magic.
We’ll share the resulting recording, “Melveen with the Best of Slack Key”, with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Pali O Ka Moa – Melveen Leed w/ Atta Isaacs
2- Ka Manu – Melveen Leed w/ Gabby Pahinui
3- Wai O Ke Ani Ani – Melveen Leed w/ Sonny Chillingworth
4- Na Pua Lei ‘Ilima – Melveen Leed w/ Ledward Ka’apana
5- Nanea Kou Maka I Ka Le’a Le’a – Melveen Leed w/ Atta Isaacs
6- Kamalani O Keaukaha – Melveen Leed w/ Ledward Ka’apana
7- Pauoa Liko Ka Lehua – Melveen Leed w/ Atta Isaacs
8- Makee ‘Alana – Melven Leed w/ Sonny Chillingworth
9- Pua ‘Alani –Melveen Leed w/ Gabby Pahinui
10- Pu’u O Hulu – Melveen Leed w/ Ledward Ka’apana
11- Ka I’iwi Polena – Melveen Leed w/ Gabby Pahinui

Length: 53:41
Released on: 06-14-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Melveen Leed





Gabby Pahinui - 1961

Charles Kapono Kahahawai Jr. was born on April 22, 1921.
He was hanai’d and renamed Charles Philip Kunia Pahinui.
In 1938, at the age of 17, Gabby married Emily.
They had 13 children.
Gabby was much in demand in the 1940s and 1950s, but as the 1960s began, his career had briefly cooled.
Dave Guard was born in Honolulu, and had always been a fan of Gabby Pahinui.
Dave achieved great success in the 1950s with the Kingston Trio.
In 1961, Dave Guard recruited engineer Bob Lang to record Gabby, with Sonny Nicolas and Danny Stewart to back him up.
They recorded in Central Union Church on Punahou Street.
We’ll share the resulting recording, “Pure Gabby”, with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Lei Nani – Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Nicolas & Danny Stewart
2- Slack Key Hula - Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Nicolas & Danny Stewart
3- Wai Hu’i Hu’i O Ke Ani Ani – Gabby Pahinui w/ SN & DS
4- Lihue - Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Nicolas & Danny Stewart
5- Ahulili - Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Nicolas & Danny Stewart
6- Nanea Ko Maka Ika Le’a Le’a – Gabby Pahinui w/ SN & DS
7- Ki Ho’alu - Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Nicolas & Danny Stewart
8- Mauna Loa - Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Nicolas & Danny Stewart
9- Hi’ilawe - Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Nicolas & Danny Stewart

Length: 52:17
Released on: 06-07-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Gabby Pahinui





Karen Keawehawaii - 1979

Karen Keawehawaii was born in Kalihi on March 29, 1947.
Her parents were John Ka’onohiokala Keawehawaii and Winona Kahale’ohu Holokai.
They were married on November 28, 1946.
Karen married John Farias, and they had 4 daughters, and plenty grandchildren.
After a successful start in the group, the Laughing Kahuna’s, Karen eventually turned solo, and began recording.
The First Lights of Home, on First Break Records, was her debut recording in 1979, the same year that Territorial Airwaves signed on the air.
We’ll share Karen’s debut album.

This week's playlist:

1- He Mana’o Kou I’a Oe – Karen Keawehawaii
2- E Ku’u Baby Hot Cha Cha – Karen Keawehawaii
3- Radio Hula – Karen Keawehawaii
4- E Mama E - Karen Keawehawaii
5- Kipikoa (Stevedore Hula) - Karen Keawehawaii
6- Kalama’ula - Karen Keawehawaii
7- Royal Hawaiian Hotel - Karen Keawehawaii
8- Ho’onanea - Karen Keawehawaii
9- My Yellow Ginger Lei – John Keawehawaii w/ Karen & Johnette

Length: 55:20
Released on: 05-31-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Karen Keawehawaii




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