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Ray Kinney - Hana Hou

Raymond Leimona Kinney was born on September 26, 1901, in Kaumana, Big Island, Hawaii.
Ray Kinney passed away at the age of 71, on February 1, 1972.
Ray began his professional singing career at the age of 15, in 1915.
Ray played in numeorus nightclubs in his career, both here in the islands and on the mainland US.
He recorded dozens of records, the majority for Decca.
On April 26, 2013, we featured some of Ray Kinney’s recordings.
In this program, we’ll Hana Hou, and play another hour of his Decca releases, all recorded in 1935 and 1936.
From the 1930s, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Kaneohe – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
2- Uheuhene - Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
3- My Hula Lady – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his HHs
4- It Happened At Waialae – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his HHs
5- Our Last Hawaiian Moon – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his HHs
6- Dusky Polynesian - Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his HHs
7- Anapau - Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
8- Little Brown Gal - Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his HHs
9- Under A Tropical Moon - Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his HHs
10- Hula Lullaby - Ray Kinney & his Hawaiians
11- To You, Sweetheart, Aloha - Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire & his HHs

Length: 54:20
Released on: 02-08-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Ray Kinney





Lani McIntire - Hana Hou

Lani McIntire was born on December 15, 1904, in Honolulu, and we lost him on June 17, 1951.
He was only 46 years of age.
Lani was Dick Mcintire’s younger brother, and died just one month after Dick died.
Lani Mcintire achieved fame in Sol Hoopii’s trio before creating his own bands.
Lani played in numerous night clubs in his career.
He recorded dozens of records, the majority of which were for Decca Records.
On December 13, 2013, we featured some of Lani’s recordings, and on November 11, 2016, we shared some more of Lani’s recordings.
In this program, we’ll play yet another hour of Lani’s releases.
From the 1930s, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Kama’aina – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
2- When Hawaii Calls - Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
3- In A Little Hula Heaven - Lani McIntire & his Orchestra
4- Hawaiian Vamp - Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
5- When You Dream About Hawaii - Lani McIntire & his Ork
6- Honolulu By The Sea - Lani McIntire & his Orchestra
7- Hilo E – Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
8- Moonlight & Shadows - Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
9- Only A Rose - Lani McIntire & his Hawaiians
10- I’ll Come Sailing Home To You - Lani McIntire & his Hawn’s
11- Hame Pila - Lani McIntire & his Orchestra

Length: 54:28
Released on: 02-01-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Lani McIntire





Dick McIntire - Hana Hou

Dixon Ka’aihue McIntire was born on April 6, 1902, in Honolulu, and we lost him on May 20, 1951.
He was only 49 years of age. Dick joined the US Navy in 1919, and ended up in California where he finished his service.
He then formed a trio in Los Angeles, and thrived.
Dick played in numerous night clubs in his career.
He recorded over 300 records, the majority for Decca Records.
On December 6, 2013, we featured some of Dick’s records, so we’ll Hana Hou!
In this program, we’ll play another hour of his Decca releases.
From the 1930s, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Kolopa – Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
2- Kaleponi – Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
3- On The Beach At Kualoa – Dick McIntire & HHs
4- Kailua - Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
5- Kukuna O Ka La - Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
6- Mae West Hula - Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
7- Hilo March - Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
8- Kehaulani - Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians
9- Naughty Hula Eyes - Dick McIntire & his HHs
10- My Hawaiian Souvenir – Dick McIntire & his HHs
11- Aloha To Lovely You – Dick McIntire & his HHs

Length: 54:54
Released on: 01-25-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians





Sol Hoopii - 1925

Solomon Ho’opi’i Ka’ai’ai was born in Honolulu on December 19, 1902.
At the age of 17, Sol sailed to the US mainland with his steel guitar to seek his fortune.
In 1925, Sol made his very first recordings for small Hollywood based labels, Hollywood Records and Sunset Records.
Sol dabbled in jazzy renditions of new popular hit parade songs published around the year of 1925.
Almost 94 years later, nearly a century, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – Hawaiian Syncopators
2- Moonlight & Roses – Waikiki Hawaiian Trio
3- When My Sugar Walks Down The Street – Waikiki Hawn Trio
4- King’s Serenade – Waikiki Hawaiian Trio
5- Cecilia – Hollywood Trio
6- You Told Me To Go – Hollywood Trio
7- Yearning – Waikiki Hawaiian Trio
8- Oh, Lady Be Good – Waikiki Hawaiian Trio
9- Na Lei O Hawaii – Waikiki Hawaiian Trio
10- Lady Of The Nile – Waikiki Hawaiian Trio
11- All Alone – Waikiki Hawaiian Trio

Length: 54:17
Released on: 01-18-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Sol Hoopii





Georgia Hawaiians

Several black Americans began recording Hawaiian hapa haole music in the 1930s.
Duke Ellington at Harlem’s Cotton Club.
In Hollywood, recordings were made by Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, Nat King Cole, Billy Ward, and the Mills Brothers.
While my father, as a local radio announcer in Honolulu, often referred to the black artists as “Royal Hawaiians”, Fats Waller himself described his band as “Georgia Hawaiians”.
In any event, these recordings were popular both here and on the mainland US.
Almost 82 years later, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Swingtime In Honolulu – Duke Ellington & his Cotton Club Parade
2- Nalani – Nat King Cole
3- I’ll Weave A Lei Of Stars For You – Billy Ward & his Ork & Chorus
4- Behave Hula Girl – Billy Ward & his Orchestra & Chorus
5- Sweet Someone – Eddie & Betty Cole
6- Why Do Hawaiians Sing Aloha? – Fats Waller & his Rhythm
7- Yellow Bird – Mills Brothers
8- On A Coconut Island – Louis Armstrong w/ Andy Iona & Islanders
9- Hawaiian Hospitality – Louis Armstrong w/ Andy Iona & Islanders
10- On A Little Bamboo Bridge – Louis Armstrong w/ Andy Iona
11- To You Sweetheart, Aloha – Louis Armstrong w/ Andy Iona

Length: 55:44
Released on: 01-11-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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