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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





Moe Keale and Emerson Brothers - 1980

Wilfred Nalani “Moe” Keale was with us from December 3, 1939 to April 15, 2002.
He was just 62 when he passed in 2002.
Had he lived, Moe would have turned 80 this year.
Moe had achieved fame as part of the Sons of Hawaii since 1970.
But his first solo album was recorded in 1979 and released in 1980.
South Sea Island Magic.
We’ll share this album as we honor our dearly departed friend.

This week's playlist:

1- No Ke Ano Ahiahi – Moe Keale w/ Emerson Brothers
2- September In The Rain – Moe Keale w/ Emerson Bros
3- Swingtime In Honolulu – Moe Keale w/ Emerson Bros
4- South Sea Island Magic - Moe Keale w/ Emerson Bros
5- Hanohano Haleiwa - Moe Keale w/ Emerson Brothers
6- Scotch And Soda - Moe Keale w/ Emerson Brothers
7- Limahuli - Moe Keale w/ Emerson Brothers
8- Uluwehi O Ka’ala - Moe Keale w/ Emerson Brothers
9- Makaha - Moe Keale w/ Emerson Brothers
10- Ua Mau - Moe Keale w/ Emerson Brothers

Length: 55:28
Released on: 05-24-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Moe Keale





Dennis Pavao - 1986

Dennis Dooley Pavao graced our world from Wednesday, July 11, 1951, to Friday, January 18, 2002.
He was just 50 when he left us, passing from a brain aneurysm.
Dennis debuted with the trio, Hui Ohana, making their 1st recording on June 29, 1972.
After the breakup of the group in the mid-1980s, Dennis continued to perform as a soloist.
In 1986, he released his Hoku Award winning album, “Ka Leo Ki’eki’e”.
We’ll share this album as we honor our dearly departed friend.

This week's playlist:

1- Makee Ailana – Dennis Pavao w/ Michael Kalama Koanui
2- Kimo Henderson Hula – Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui
3- Ku’u Aloha Nui – Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui
4- Leimana - Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui
5- Puna Ku’u Aloha - Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui
6- Pua Be Still – Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui & Led Ka’apana
7- Pua Mamane - Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui
8- Lahela Ku’u Poki’i - Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui
9- Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina - Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui
10- Pua Mana - Dennis Pavao w/ MK Koanui

Length: 54:02
Released on: 05-17-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Dennis Pavao





Classic Rerun - Kona Blend 1979

“Kona Blend” was a group of 3 brothers at its core.
“Butch” Kay play bass & sang.
Don Kay played ukulele & sang.
And Leroy Kay played guitar & sang.
Matthew Malapit played lead guitar & sang.
For their 2nd album, titled “Anybody”, they were joined by lead guitarists John Alden & Al Hendrickson, plus Robert Darling on Congas.
Today, we’ll share Kona Blend from 1979, the same year that Territorial Airwaves launched on the air.

This week's playlist:

1- Pua Mana – Kona Blend
2- Stealin’ Away – Kona Blend
3- O Akua – Kona Blend
4- Mamalahoa Highway – Kona Blend
5- Wahine Ilikea – Kona Blend
6- Day After Day – Kona Blend
7- Meeting In Secret – Kona Blend
8- Anybody – Kona Blend
9- Jump In The Line – Kona Blend
10- Las Vegas Turnaround – Kona Blend
11- That’s The Way Of The World – Kona Blend

Length: 54:37
Released on: 05-10-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Kona Blend





Classic Rerun - Jon & Randy 1975

In 1975, Jonathan Kay Kamakawiwo’ole Osorio was just 23 years old.
But Randy Kamuela Borden was just 22 years old.
The two individual performers came together to perform as one….creating a kaleidoscope of moods and sounds of contemporary Hawaii.
Jack de Mello recorded the pair as J&R Incorporated in 1975.
So we’ll dive into our records archives to hear our favorite Jon & Randy music from 1975.
Today, we’ll share this music.

This week's playlist:

1- Rain Rain Go Away – Jon & Randy
2- Hawaiian Cowboy – Jon & Randy
3- Manuela Boy – Jon & Randy
4- Bottles & Cans – Jon & Randy
5- Song for Lili’uokalani – Jon & Randy
6- He Aloha No O Honolulu – Jon & Randy
7- Kaleponi – Jon & Randy
8- Koae Kea (Crater Bird) – Jon & Randy
9- Haleakala – Jon & Randy
10- Days Of My Youth – Jon & Randy

Length: 55:30
Released on: 05-03-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Jon & Randy




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