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Na Mele Ohana - 1962

In 1962, Hula Records released an album, called, “Na Mele Ohana”, featuring Vickie I’i and her Family.
Vickie Ii Rodrigues opened her songbook for her children to sing with her.
Her 3 daughers: Lani, Lahela, & Nina, And her 2 sons: Boyce & John, Joined her in this historic recording.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Na Mele Ohana” from 1962.

This week's playlist:


1- Ku’u Pua Mikinolia – Na Mele Ohana
2- Hilo One – Na Mele Ohana
3- Hali’ilua – Na Mele Ohana
4- Radio Hula – Na Mele Ohana
5- Kalamaula – Na Mele Ohana
6- Pua O Kamakahala – Na Mele Ohana
7- Latitu – Na Mele Ohana
8- He Inoa No Kaiulani – Na Mele Ohana
9- Fair Hawaii – Na Mele Ohana
10- Pua Malihini – Na Mele Ohana
11- Ku’u Pua Lehua – Na Mele Ohana

Length: 52:38
Released on: 07-20-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Na Mele Ohana





Makapuu Sand Band - 1974

In 1974, Trim Records released an album, called, “The Makapu’u Sand Band”, featuring 3 cousins and 1 calabash cousin from Waimanalo.
Andrew Iaukea Bright provided lead acoustic guitar, steel guitar, and vocals;
Albert Ronnie Ka’ai shared slack key guitar and vocals;
David Kananikamehameha Kamai shared rhythm acoustic guitar and vocals;
While Job Maluhia Harris played string bass.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Makapu’u Sand Band” from 1974.

This week's playlist:


1- Maika’i Ka Makani O Kohala – Makapu’u Sand Band
2- He’eia – Makapu’u Sand Band
3- No Ke Ano Ahiahi – Makapu’u Sand Band
4- Ka’a Ahi Kahului – Makapu’u Sand Band
5- Nani Ko’olau – Makapu’u Sand Band
6- Lei Nani – Makapu’u Sand Band
7- Waikiki Hula – Makapu’u Sand Band
8- Komo Mai Ehea Ke Kanaka – Makapu’u Sand Band
9- Oni A Ka Moku – Makapu’u Sand Band
10- Moe Kokolo – Makapu’u Sand Band
11- Poni Mo’i – Makapu’u Sand Band

Length: 55:56
Released on: 07-13-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Makapuu Sand Band





Al Lopaka - 1968

In 1968, Lehua Records released their 1st album, called, “Al Lopaka & the Leahi’s”, featuring Al Lopaka.
Alton Joseph Lopez was born in Lanai City, Lanai on January 6, 1943.
Al Lopaka died from injuries suffered in a polo accident on July 2, 1985, at the age of 42.
Al juggled his performing with polo.
When this LP was recorded in 1968, Al was just 24.
The Leahi’s featured:
Randy Ahlo, 20, on keyboards,
Kaipo Yomes, 23, on vibes,
George Watson, 23, on bass,
& Billy Williams, 19, on drums.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Al Lopaka & the Leahi’s” from 1968.

This week's playlist:


1- Kona Kai Opua – Al Lopaka
2- Gentle On My Mind – Al Lopaka
3- Sassy – Al Lopaka
4- Salomila – Al Lopaka
5- You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me – Al Lopaka
6- Na ‘Lii – Al Lopaka
7- Faithfully Yours – Al Lopaka
8- We’ll Sing In The Sunshine – Al Lopaka
9- The New U.S.E.D. – Al Lopaka
10- Goodnight Leilani E – Al Lopaka
11- Welcome To My World – Al Lopaka

Length: 52:53
Released on: 07-06-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Al Lopaka & the Leahis





Joe Keawe Returns - 1977

In 1977, Genoa Keawe records released an album called, “Joe Keawe Returns”, featuring Joe Keawe.
Joe Keawe had departed Hawaii for California after recording numerous 78rpm records on the 49th State Record label.
In 1977, Genoa Keawe brought Joe Keawe home to record the 7th LP on her Genoa Keawe records label.
Joining Joe were Jesse Kalima on ukulele, Jake Holck on guitar, Sam Aiko on bass, David Kelii on the steel guitar and Little Joe Kekauoha on the maracas.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Joe Keawe Returns” from 1977.

This week's playlist:


1- He U’i – Joe Keawe
2- Kaimana Hila – Joe Keawe
3- Naka Pueo – Joe Keawe
4- Kaneohe Hula – Joe Keawe
5- None – Joe Keawe
6- Mama, Mama – Joe Keawe
7- My Yellow Ginger Lei – Joe Keawe
8- Kauoha Mai – Joe Keawe
9- God Bless My Daddy – Joe Keawe
10- Pua Lilia – Joe Keawe
11- Mom – Joe Keawe

Length: 54:29
Released on: 06-29-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Joe Keawe





Gabby Pahinui with Sons of Hawaii - 1961

In 1961, Hula Records recorded an album, that was released in 1962, called “Gabby Pahinui & the Sons of Hawaii”, featuring Gabby Pahinui.
Gabby Pahinui had become one of Hawaii’s best loved Hawaiian musicians.
John Maunawili, alias for Eddie Kamae, was an upcoming ukulele virtuoso.
Joseph Kalei Marshall, was the arranger & noted bass player of the group.
And David “Feet” Rogers, played an extraordinary Hawaiian steel guitar.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from “Gabby Pahinui & the Sons of Hawaii” from 1961.

This week's playlist:


1- Panini Pua Kea – Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
2- Hilo E – Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
3- Nani Kaua’i – Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
4- Ulili E – Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
5- Pua Alani - Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
6- Haleakala - Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
7- Na Ono Ia Na Kupuna - Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
8- Waialae/ Halona - Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
9- Pua Mohala - Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
10- Hanalei Bay - Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii
11- Lei No Kaiulani - Gabby Pahinui & Sons of Hawaii

Length: 53:51
Released on: 06-22-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Gabby Pahinui & The Sons of Hawaii




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