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Andy Iona - 1934-36

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: 12-14-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Andy Iona & his Islanders





Polynesians - 1960

In 1951, three Hawaiian musicians took a gig at the Tahitian Hut in Los Angeles, California.
Harry Baty, Sam Ka’apuni, and Bob Nichols called themselves The Polynesians.
Beginning in 1960, the Polynesians recorded eleven albums for Crown Records.
Guest Hawaiian artists were often featured on their recordings, including Sam Koki, Freddie and Ernie Tavares, Bernie Ka’ai, Lani Sang, and Ben Chapman.
In this program, almost 60 years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Little Grass Shack – The Polynesians
2- Tomi Tomi – The Polynesians
3- Orchid Lei - The Polynesians
4- Land Of Flower - The Polynesians
5- At The Barefoot Bar - The Polynesians
6- Blue Hawaii - The Polynesians
7- Beauty Hula - The Polynesians
8- Kalua - The Polynesians
9- The Hawaiian Tale - The Polynesians
10- Hawaiian Scotsman - The Polynesians
11- Beyond The Reef - The Polynesians

Length: 55:23
Released on: 12-07-2018
Artist/Compiled by: The Polynesians





Loyal Garner - 1977

Loyal Pi’ilani Garner graced our world from September 28, 1946, until her untimely death at the age of 55, on November 15, 2001.
Loyal got her professional start in 1966 performing in Waikiki 6 nights a week, while attending classes at the University of Hawaii at Manoa during the day.
Her career took off during her gig at the Canoe House of the Ilikai Hotel in 1975.
She received her nickname, “Lady of Love” as the host of the local segment of the Jerry Lewis telethon.
She was known for her Hawaiian ballads, as well as jazz and country renditions.
We'll celebrate her 2nd recording, made in 1977, on Hula Records.
In this program, 40+ years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Ka’aahi Kahului – Loyal Garner
2- City Lights – Loyal Garner
3- Hanalei Moon – Loyal Garner
4- Maui Waltz – Loyal Garner
5- You Are The Sun, Hawaii – Loyal Garner
6- Shores Of Haleiwa – Loyal Garner
7- Hawaii Today – Loyal Garner
8- E Ku’u Morning Dew – Loyal Garner
9- Hawaii Aloha - Loyal Garner

Length: 52:54
Released on: 11-30-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Loyal Garner





Olomana - 1976-1980

In 1976, 25-year old Gerald K. Santos and 26-year old Robert Russell Beaumont made their first recording.
Mike Kelly, then the manager of Records Hawaii, helped them form a company, Seabird Sound.
From the beginning, their music was a hit on KCCN 1420 AM station Aloha.
More albums followed in 1977 and 1980, gaining universal popularity and numerous Na Hoku Hanohano Awards.
In this program, 40+ years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Ku’u Lei Awapuhi - Olomana
2- Home - Olomana
3- Ku’u Home O Kahalu’u - Olomana
4- Kanaka Waiwai - Olomana
5- Walk Through A Rainbow - Olomana
6- E Ku’u Sweet Lei Poina’ole - Olomana
7- The Light In the Ladies Eyes/Pua Alani - Olomana
8- The Lovelight In Your Eyes - Olomana

Length: 52:31
Released on: 11-23-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Jerry Santos & Robert Beaumont





Sunday Manoa - 1967

In 1967, Hula Records agreed to record members of the next generation of Hawaiian music.
Frank “Palani” Vaughan Jr., a 23-year old baritone was featured with the new group, “Sunday Manoa”, led by his former classmate at the University of Hawaii, Peter Moon, also 23.
Peter played standard and 6-string ukulele, and slack key guitar.
18-year old slack key guitarist, Cyril Pahinui, and 25-year old bassist, Albert “Baby” Kalima rounded out the group with a new youthful sound.
In this program, 50+ years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Sweet Lei Lehua – Sunday Manoa
2- Ohi’a Hua Palaku – Sunday Manoa
3- Kalakaua – Sunday Manoa
4- Lei Loke O Kawika – Sunday Manoa
5- Sons Of Hawaii (Ring Kalihi) – Sunday Manoa
6- Kawohikukapulani – Sunday Manoa
7- Hanohano Wale No Na Cowboy – Sunday Manoa
8- Kaulana Kawaihae – Sunday Manoa
9- Lei Onaona – Sunday Manoa
10- Maika’i Waimea – Sunday Manoa
11- Ka Makani Kaili Aloha – Sunday Manoa

Length: 55:17
Released on: 11-16-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Sunday Manoa




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