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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





Buddy Fo & his Group - 1965

On May 19, 1965, Buddy Fo was ready to record again.
The leader of the Invitations, the group that exploded into popularity with their 4-part harmony vocals in 1958 had now created a follow up band.
Originally called Buddy Fo & the Invitations, the name was quickly changed to Buddy Fo & his Group.
Buddy contributed lead vocals and congos, Sonny Kamaka played guitar and made the arrangements, while Johnny Costello played bass – all remnants of the Invitations group.
LeRoy Melandre was added on piano, and Pete Empenyo played the timbales.
This entire recording was made in one day!
In this program, 50+ years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Mi Nei – Buddy Fo & his Group
2- Healoha No O Honolulu – Buddy Fo & his Group
3- Kiss Me Love – Buddy Fo & his Group
4- Malia My Tita - Buddy Fo & his Group
5- Waikiki - Buddy Fo & his Group
6- E Ku’u Baby Hot Cha Cha - Buddy Fo & his Group
7- Girl From Ipanema - Buddy Fo & his Group
8- Puka Puka Pants - Buddy Fo & his Group
9- I Wish You Love - Buddy Fo & his Group
10- Blue Hawaii - Buddy Fo & his Group
11- Somewhere In Hawaii - Buddy Fo & his Group

Length: 55:22
Released on: 11-09-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Buddy Fo & his Group





Na Mele No Na Keiki - 1965

In 1965, two cousins, Mary Kawena Pukui and Alice Namakelua, focused their talents for composing Hawaiian music, on songs specifically for children.
The resulting Hawaiian language compositions for children were assembled in a memorable album by Hula Records called Na Mele Hawaii No Na Keiki.
Featured vocalists were Nina, Lani, & Lahela, the Rodrigues Sisters.
The Maile Serenaders, a studio group of musicians, backed them up.
Benny Kalama on ukulele, Sonny Kamahele on guitar, Jimmy Kaopuiki on bass, and Eddie Pang on steel guitar.
In this program, 50+ years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Pi – A – Pa – Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
2- Ku’u Pupu Kau Pohaku - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
3- Moa - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
4- Ku’u Manu - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
5- Lele Kowali - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
6- No Tutu - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
7- Kama’a Hou - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
8- Ku’u Lupe - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
9- He Mapala U’i Ka’u - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
10- Na Hoe Wa’a - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
11- Ku’u Wa’a - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
12- Ku’u Papale U’i - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders
13- Ukulele Kani - Nina, Lani, & Lahela w/ Maile Serenaders

Length: 54:06
Released on: 11-02-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Nina, Lani, & Lahela





Genoa Keawe - 1979 - Aloha Grill

On April 28, 1979, Bob and Nancy Teruya had decided to retire, and thus close their famed downtown venue, the Aloha Bar & Grill.
It was just 2 months before Territorial Airwaves signed on the air.
The couple had been presenting Hawaiian music off and on since 1951.
Since 1974, their resident weekend regular entertainer was Genoa Keawe & her Hawaiians.
For closing night, a live recording was made for GK Records, Genoa’s label.
Genoa Keawe played ukulele, Pua Rogers played guitar, Violet Pahu Lilikoi played bass, and Herbert Hanawahine, Jr. played steel guitar.
There were numerous special guests.
In this program, 40 years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Maunaloa – Genoa Keawe & Trio
2- Hula Lolo – Violet Pahu Lilkoi, Leilani Mendez, & Agnes Ah See
3- Ho’onanea – Genoa Keawe & Trio
4- Piha Hauoli – Violet Pahu Lilkoi & Trio
5- E Ku’u Morning Dew – Sam Aiko & GK & Trio
6- Hawaiian Lullaby – Pua Rogers & Trio
7- Waikiki Chickadee – Violet Pahu Lilkoi & Trio
8- E Maliu Mai – Genoa Keawe & Gary Aiko & Trio
9- Canadian Girl – Sam Aiko & GK & Trio
10- Alika – Genoa Keawe & Trio
11- Hawaii Aloha – Genoa Keawe & Trio w/ Friends of Aloha Grill

Length: 54:54
Released on: 10-26-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Genoa Keawe and her Hawaiians





Aloha Pumehana Serenaders - 1976

In 1976, Ku’ulei Clark was offered the opportunity to present a record of hula standards.
She approached her friend Muriel Lupenui’s son, Darrel Lupenui, to make the recording.
The group was supposed to consist of Darrel Lupenui, with Kekua Fernandes and Kelii Joy.
When that didn’t work out, Darrel approached Lanakila Manini and Ainsley Halemanu.
Wendell Silva rounded out the group.
The resulting album, “Hula Gems”, was recorded in one take at Sounds of Hawaii studios on Young Street, produced by Bill Murata.
In this program, more than 40 years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Hanohano Haleiwa – Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
2- Hoki Hoki - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
3- I Ali’i No Oe - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
4- Beautiful Kauai - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
5- Kalena Kai - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
6- Baby Kalai - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
7- Pa Mai - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
8- Waikoloa - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
9- Hi’ilawe - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
10- Mokuoeo - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders
11- Lili’u E - Aloha Pumehana Serenaders

Length: 53:23
Released on: 10-19-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Aloha Pumehana Serenaders




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