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Naipo Serenaders - 1979

In 1979, Kokua Records released an album produced by Nancy Gustafsson and Victor Rittenband called, “Hawaiian Happening”, featuring The NaIpo Serenaders.
The Naipo Serenaders consisted of George Kahulanui Naipo on bass & vocals; His wife, Charlene Ku’uipo Naipo on guitar & vocals; And his cousin, Alma Kalahikiola Ahuna on piano & vocals.
While performing at the Hawaiian Regent Hotel in Waikiki, they recorded this album.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Hawaiian Happening” from 1979.

This week's playlist:


1- Aino’ai Me Ke Aloha – Naipo Serenaders
2- Mama E Lei – Naipo Serenaders
3- The Good Old Hula Dance – Naipo Serenaders
4- Kalei O Panaewa – Naipo Serenaders
5- Kauai, Ka’aina O Ku’u Kupuna Wahine – Naipo Serenaders
6- Hawaiian Anniversary Song – Naipo Serenaders
7- Na Pua Like ‘Ole – Naipo Serenaders
8- Ke’ala Punahele – Naipo Serenaders
9- Kowelo Nei – Naipo Serenaders
10- The Sound of the Islands – Naipo Serenaders
11- E Kolu Mea Nui – Naipo Serenaders

Length: 54:34
Released on: 04-13-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Naipo Serenaders





Palani Vaughan - 1970

In 1970, Hula Records released an album produced by Don McDiarmid, Jr. called, Hawaiian Love Songs, featuring Palani Vaughan.
Orchestral arrangements were by Seji Hiraoka of Japan.
Frank ‘Palani’ Vaughan, Jr. was born on May 27, 1944, and we lost him, at the age of 72, on December 8, 2016.
After recording Meet Palani Vaughan & the Sunday Manoa in 1967, Palani joined the Hawaii National Guard.
Upon his return, he recorded Hawaiian Love Songs in 1970.
By 1973, Palani began writing and recording his Ia ‘Oe E Ka La series of 4 volumes to honor King Kalakaua.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Hawaiian Love Songs” from 1970.

This week's playlist:


1- Akaka Falls – Palani Vaughan
2- Lovely Hula Hands – Palani Vaughan
3- Kainoa – Palani Vaughan
4- I Fell In Love With Honolulu – Palani Vaughan
5- Kaua I Ka Huahua’i – Palani Vaughan
6- My Isle of Golden Dreams – Palani Vaughan
7- My Little Grass Shack – Palani Vaughan
8- South Sea Island Magic – Palani Vaughan
9- Waikiki – Palani Vaughan
10- Beyond The Reef – Palani Vaughan

Length: 54:08
Released on: 04-06-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Frank Palani Vaughan Jr.





Benny Kalama - 1984

In 1984, Lehua Records released an album produced by Jerry Byrd called, “He IS Hawaiian Music”, featuring Benny Kalama.
Benny Kalama, the extraordinary falsetto singer, arranger, and musician, who had made so many other Hawaiian music stars great, was coaxed into making a solo recording.
He was backed on this recording by Hiram Olsen on rhythm guitar,
Kalani Fernandes on bass,
Randy Oness on ukulele,
and Alan Akaka on steel guitar.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “He IS Hawaiian Music” from 1984.

This week's playlist:

1- He Mana’o Ko’u Ia Oe – Benny Kalama
2- Eia Mai Au/ Na Moku Eha – Benny Kalama
3- My Island Love Song – Benny Kalama
4- Ahea No Ho’i La – Benny Kalama
5- Ta Ha Ua La – Benny Kalama
6- Na Pua O Hawaii – Benny Kalama
7- Hula Mai Oe – Benny Kalama
8- When I Hear Hawaiian Music – Benny Kalama
9- Sing Sweet Mama E – Benny Kalama
10- Wahine U’i – Benny Kalama
11- Lani, Ku’uipo – Benny Kalama

Length: 54:34
Released on: 03-30-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Benny Kalama





Nina Keali'iwahamana & Bill Kaiwa - 1978

In 1978, Lehua Records paired Nina Keali’iwahamana & Bill Kaiwa together for an album of duets and solos.
Nina Keali’iwahamana was the renoun “Hawaii Calls” vocalist, while Bill Kaiwa was performing with the United Airlines Hawaiian shows.
Benny Kalama was the musical director and played ukulele.
Jerry Byrd played steel guitar.
Jimmy Funai played 12-string & electric guitar,
And Sonny Nicholas played bass.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Hula Luau Style” of 1978, 40 years ago.

This week's playlist:

1- Royal Hawaiian Hotel – Nina & Bill
2- Alekoki – Nina & Bill
3- No Pueo Kahi – Nina & Bill
4- Ku’u Home O Keaukaha – Nina Keali’iwahamana
5- Ka Lehua I Milia – Bill Kaiwa
6- Silhouette Hula – Nina Keali’iwahamana
7- Hanohano Hanalei – Nina & Bill
8- Papalina Lahilahi – Nina & Bill
9- Pohai Kealoha – Nina & Bill
10- Holoholo Ka’a – Nina & Bill
11- Hawaiian Lullaby – Bill Kaiwa

Length: 52:06
Released on: 03-23-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Nina Keali'iwahamana & Bill Kaiwa





Hui Ohana - 1972

In 1972, the group “Hui Ohana” exploded upon Hawaiian music scene with their debut record, “Young Hawaii Plays Old Hawaii”.
The trio featured fraternal twin brothers Ledward & Nedward Ka’apana, with their cousin, Dennis Pavao.
With breathtaking guitar work, engaging bass runs, and amazing falsetto vocals, the group brought Hawaiian music back to its roots.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite “Hui Ohana” recordings from their debut June 26, 1972 recording session.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Waimea – Hui Ohana
2- Nanakuli – Hui Ohana
3- Ulupalakua – Hui Ohana
4- U’ilani – Dannis Pavao w/ Hui Ohana
5- Pua Maeole – Dennis Pavao w/ Hui Ohana
6- Kaloaloa – Nedward Ka’apana w/ Hui Ohana
7- Hula O Makee – Nedward Ka’apana w/ H O
8- Pua Lililehua – Dennis Pavao w/ Hui Ohana
9- E Mama E – Dennis Pavao w/ Hui Ohana
10- Pua Lilia – Dennis Pavao w/ Hui Ohana

Length: 54:48
Released on: 03-16-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Young Hawaii Plays Old Hawaii




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