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Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians

Auguste Teri’imana Joseph Goupil was born on August 7, 1910, in Papete, Tahiti, Isles Du Vent, Pacific Islands.
“Augie” Goupil arrived in Hollywood from Tahiti in the mid-1930s and quickly befriended all of the Hawaiian musicians living and performing in the clubs and movies in the area.
Soon the Tahitian master drummer, singer, and dancer was working and recording in L.A., supplying high-spirited island-style soundtracks for Hollywood tropical movies.
The secret ingredient of his band’s sound was the Hawaiian professionals impersonating Tahitians.
Join us as we share favorite recordings by Augie Goupil.

This week's playlist:

1- Toomba – Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
2- Tupaha - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
3- Lei Ana Ika Mokihana - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
4- 1 Finger, 2 Finger, 3 Finger Poi – Augie Goupil
5- Momi Pele - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
6- Tahitian Lullaby - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
7- Vana Vana - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
8- Marcelle Wahine - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
9- Poosi Poosi - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
10- Tiare Tahiti - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
11- Tau Here - Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
Length: 54:13
Released on: 05-10-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Augie Goupil





Danny Kalauawa Stewart

Daniel Stewart Kalauawa was born on August 5, 1907, in the Makiki neighborhood of Honolulu.
As a young musician, he would change his name in the same manner that Alfred Ah Fat became Alfred Apaka, and Hal Alama became Hal Aloma.
Danny Stewart Kalauawa became Danny Kalauawa Stewart.
And before we lost him on April 15, 1962, at the age of 55, he became a true giant of Hawaiian music.
Join us as we share favorite recordings by Danny Stewart.

This week's playlist:

1- My Hawaiian Song of Love – Danny Stewart & his Islanders
2- Farewell, My Honolulu Sweetheart – Danny Stewart
3- Maunawili Hula – Danny Stewart, Sol K. Bright, & Joe Guerrero
4- Everyone Is Singing Hawaiian Now – Danny Stewart
5- My Tiare – Danny Stewart w/ Augie Goupil & Royal Tahitians
6- Luau Hula – Danny Stewart & his Islanders
7- Ka Ulua – Danny Stewart & his Islanders
8- Beautiful Kahana – Danny Stewart & his Islanders
9- Hame Pila – Danny Stewart & his Islanders
10- Ula No Weo – Danny Stewart & his Islanders
11- Mahalo My Darling – Danny Stewart & his Islanders

Length: 52:40
Released on: 05-03-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Danny Stewart Kalauawa





Ray Kinney

Raymond Leimona Kinney was born in Kaumana, on the Big Island of Hawaii, on September 26, 1901, and we lost him in Honolulu, on February 1, 1972.
Ray began his professional career in 1915, at the age of 15.
By the 1920s, he was a member of the David Burrows Trio in Honolulu.
In 1934, he was the 1st featured singer for Harry Owens at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
From 1938 through 1942, his orchestra starred at the Hawaiian Room of the Hotel Lexington in New York City.
The ultimate Hawaiian tenor, he recorded extensively.
Join us as we share favorite recordings by Ray Kinney.

This week's playlist:

1- Uheuhene – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire
2- Hanohano Haleiwa – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire
3- I’ve Been Dreaming Of A Little Girl Like You – Ray Kinney
4- Pili Me ‘Oe – Ray Kinney & his Hawaiians
5- Hanohano Hanalei – Ray Kinney & Hawaiian Musical Ambassadors
6- Manuela Boy – Ray Kinney & his Hawaiians
7- Kilakila O Haleakala – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire
8- Not Pau – Ray Kinney w/ Roy Sang
9- Anapau – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire
10- Maile Lau Li'i Li'i – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire
11- Hawaiian Souvenirs – Ray Kinney w/ Dick McIntire

Length: 51:05
Released on: 04-26-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Ray Kinney





Buddy Fo

Allen “Buddy” Keaweleiohawaii George was born in Honolulu on November 1, 1932.
He was renamed “Buddy Fo” when he was hanai’d to the musical “Fo” ohana.
Buddy found that he loved to play percussion.
Soon after graduating from Roosevelt High, he was in Waikiki forming the harmony group, the Invitations.
Buddy would continue to lead groups for decades, and would be performing and recording music for the balance of his life, visiting several islands and the mainland.
Buddy Fo passed away on April 30, 2011, at the age of 78.
Join us as we share favorite recordings by Buddy Fo.

This week's playlist:

1- E Ku’u Baby Hot Cha Cha – Buddy Fo & the Invitations
2- Malia My Tita – Buddy Fo & the Invitations
3- Intangible Dream – Buddy Fo & his Group
4- Where Is My Love Tonight – Buddy Fo & his Group
5- Days Of My Youth – Buddy Fo & his Group
6- Going Home – Buddy Fo & his Group
7- Quiet Village – Buddy Fo
8- South Sea Sadie – Buddy Fo’s New Hawaii
9- Nalo Country – Buddy Fo & the N.B.T.
10- Mane’i Mai Oe – Buddy Fo
11- Always You – Buddy Fo

Length: 53:48
Released on: 04-19-2013
Artist/Compiled by: Buddy Fo





The Invitations

Buddy Fo was a fan of Richard Kauhi in the late 1940s.
After the Richard Kauhi Quartette disbanded, Buddy became roommates in Waikiki with the group’s guitarist, Sonny Kamaka.
Influenced by the 1950s sound of the Four Freshman and the Hi-Lo’s, they eventually formed a new 5 member group called The Invitations, featuring incredible harmony vocals.
They were recognized as the best new vocal group of 1959 through their smash debut recording.
For this show, we’ll focus on music that The Invitations recorded on the mainland in the late 1950s.
Join us as we share favorite recordings illustrating that “Invitations” type of Hawaiian music.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Waimea – The Invitations
2- Princess Pupule - The Invitations
3- Sweet Someone - The Invitations
4- Susie Anna E - The Invitations
5- Hawaiian Hospitality - The Invitations
6- Hawaii Calls - The Invitations
7- Pretty Red Hibiscus - The Invitations
8- Ka Makani Kaili Aloha - The Invitations
9- Leahi - The Invitations
10- Twilight In Hawaii - The Invitations
11- Goodnight, Leilani E - The Invitations

Length: 52:39
Released on: 04-12-2013
Artist/Compiled by: The Invitations




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