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Alfred Apaka - 1959

Alfred Apaka graced our world from March 19, 1919 to January 30, 1960.
He was just 40 years old when he passed on.
And the amazing steel guitarist, Jules Ah See, in the Villagemen that backed Alfred at the Kaiser Hawaiian Village, also passed away that same year, on June 12, 1960.
Their final recordings with the Villagemen were recorded for Decca Records in Los Angeles, California, between August 28th and September 6th, 1959.
But an album featuring this music was not released until 1963, three full years after the pair of legends left us.
We’ll share those recordings from 1959 with you.

This week's playlist:

1- E Maliu Mai – Alfred Apaka
2- Princess Pupule - Alfred Apaka
3- My Isle of Golden Dreams - Alfred Apaka
4- Ebb Tide - Alfred Apaka
5- Dahil Sa Iyo - Alfred Apaka
6- Flowers of Paradise - Alfred Apaka
7- The Magic Islands - Alfred Apaka
8- Lei Aloha, Lei Makamae - Alfred Apaka
9- Ku’u Home - Alfred Apaka
10- Far Across The Sea - Alfred Apaka
11- I Wish They Didn’t Mean Goodbye - Alfred Apaka

Length: 55:00
Released on: 08-02-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Alfred Aholo Apaka





Marlene Sai - 1962

Marlene Sai entered our world on December 14, 1941.
After attending Kamehameha Schools, she began her career with Don Ho at Honey’s in Kaneohe.
Her first two albums, both released in 1962, were extremely popular.
We’ll share those recordings from the 1962 with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Kona Kai O Pua – Marlene Sai
2- Ku’u Hoa – Marlene Sai
3- Kukuna O Kala - Marlene Sai
4- Haunani Mine - Marlene Sai
5- Green Carnation - Marlene Sai
6- Kainoa - Marlene Sai
7- Nanakuli - Marlene Sai
8- Ke Ahi Wela - Marlene Sai
9- Kamalani O Keaukaha - Marlene Sai
10- Ahulili - Marlene Sai
11- Kaulana Na Pua - Marlene Sai

Length: 53:28
Released on: 07-26-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Marlene Sai





Myra English - 1974-75

Myra English Gibbs graced our world from February 22, 1933 to March 29, 2001.
She was just 68 when she left us.
After graduating from Maui High School in 1951, she came to Honolulu to pursue college, and a career in entertainment.
Soon she was performing on radio and television, and clubs all over the islands.
Her long-running gig in the Blue Dolphin Room of the Outrigger Hotel, with Sonny Chillingworth and Billy Hew Len made her a star.
Her 1974 and 1975 albums were extremely popular.
We’ll share those recordings from the 1970s with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Aloha Ka Manini – Myra English
2- Huli Ho’i – Myra English
3- Fireman’s Hula - Myra English
4- Waiomina - Myra English
5- Ku’u Sweetie - Myra English
6- KHBC - Myra English
7- Kahukia’ialo – Myra English
8- Pu’u Anahulu - Myra English
9- Nohili - Myra English
10- Kauhale O Kamapua’a - Myra English
11- Drinking Champagne - Myra English

Length: 53:53
Released on: 07-19-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Myra English





Sonny Chillingworth 1964 and 1966

Edwin Bradfield Liloa “Sonny” Chillingworth graced our world from July 14, 1932 to August 24, 1994.
He was just 62 when we lost him.
When Sonny appeared on the scene he dazzled us with his slack key guitar stylings, combined with his love for katchi-katchi music infusing Portuguese with Puerto Rican flavors.
His 1964 and 1966 albums were extremely popular.
We’ll share those recordings from the 1960s with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Nanea Kou Maka – Sonny Chillingworth
2- Wheeha! - Sonny Chillingworth
3- Makee Ailana - Sonny Chillingworth
4- None Hula - Sonny Chillingworth
5- No Keaha No Oe - Sonny Chillingworth
6- Hi’ilawe - Sonny Chillingworth
7- Malasadas - Sonny Chillingworth
8- Green Rose Hula - Sonny Chillingworth
9- Moana Chimes - Sonny Chillingworth
10- Maui Chimes - Sonny Chillingworth
11- Rainbow - Sonny Chillingworth

Length: 55:04
Released on: 07-12-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Sonny Chillingworth





Alan Akaka and the Islanders - 1989

Alan Limaikaika Akaka was born on June 13, 1956 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
He is one of the children of Daniel Akaka, who served as our United States Senator.
Alan began taking steel guitar lessons from Jerry Byrd in 1973. Jerry had just arrived in Hawaii.
When Jerry retired in 1991, Alan assumed leadership of the Steel Guitar Ho’olaulea.
I had the privilege of emceeing the Ho’olaulea’s for both Jerry and Alan.
Alan Akaka served as Musical Director of the Territorial Airwaves broadcasts for 20 years in the 1980s and 1990s.
Alan recently revived that role for the 40th anniversary of Territorial Airwaves, once again at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Alan’s 1989 recording, At The Coco Palms, from 30 years ago, is a masterpiece, featuring a bevy of legends of Hawaiian music.
We’ll share the resulting recording, “Alan Akaka – At the Coco Palms”, with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Kaimana Hila – Harold Hakuole w/ Alan Akaka & the Islanders
2- Hilo March – Alan Akaka & the Islanders
3- E Mama E – Sonny Kamahele w/ Alan Akaka & the Islanders
4- Beyond The Reef – Benny Kalama w/ Alan Akaka & Islanders
5- Healoha No O Honolulu – Kaipo Asing w/ Alan Akaka & Islanders
6- E Maliu Mai – Nina Keali’iwahamana w/ Alan Akaka & Islanders
7- Whispering Reef – Alan Akaka & the Islanders
8- My Little Grass Shack – Alan Akaka & the Islanders
9- Two Shadows On The Sand – Walter Mo’okini w/ Alan Akaka & Islanders
10- Lei Loke O Kawika – Nina Keali’iwahamana & Benny Kalama & Islanders

Length: 54:14
Released on: 07-05-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Alan Limaikaika Akaka




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