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Nani Awards - 1976

On May 23, 1976, the Hawaiian Music Awards Academy presented the 1st annual “NANI Awards”.
Founded by Tony Todaro and Paul Page, the organization’s stated goal was to reward excellence of artists & craftsman in the recording field.
But to many, the NANI Awards had the appearance of a small group trying to ignore the Hawaiian Renaissance, and instead cling to music of their time and liking.
Krash Kealoha soon created a promotion on KCCN Radio that ultimately resulted in the Hoku Awards.
While the NANI Awards eventually ceased, the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards are still thriving to this very day.
But the NANI Awards did release an LP in conjunction with their 1st awards ceremony.
Today, we’ll share that historic “NANI Awards” 1976 recording.

This week's playlist:

1- Hawaii Aloha – Melveen Leed
2- Keep Your Eyes On The Hands – Alfred Apaka
3- Hanalei Moon – Likelike Weisbarth
4- Somewhere In Hawaii – Eddie Kekaula
5- Waipio – Eddie Kekaula
6- Hawaiian Cowboy – Sol K Bright
7- Tiare No Tahiti – Jerry Byrd
8- The Swaying Palms – South Point Hawaiians
9- Mr. Sun Cho Lee – Palani Vaughan
10- Hawaii Ponoi – Jack de Mello & Orchestra

Length: 55:30
Released on: 02-16-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Myra English - 1977

By 1977, Myra English had already recorded 2 solo 33 1/3 rpm LP records on Hula Records.
“Drinking Champagne” and “Oh, How I Miss You Tonight”.
A new album concept was created for Myra for her 3rd album on Hula Records.
Backed by Benny Kalama on ukulele, Sonny Kamahele on guitar, and Norman Isaacs on bass, Myra recorded a hapa haole songbook.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite Myra English music from her 1977 release, “Do The Hula”.

This week's playlist:

1- In A Canoe – Myra English
2- On A Coconut Island – Myra English
3- Do The Hula – Myra English
4- Hula Town – Myra English
5- Pretty Red Hibiscus – Myra English
6- My Tropical Garden – Myra English
7- My Red Opu – Myra English
8- Tropic Tradewinds – Myra English
9- Cast Your Cares To The Tradewinds – Myra English
10- I Want To Learn To Speak Hawaiian – Myra English
11- These Are My Hawaiian Souvenirs – Myra English

Length: 53:49
Released on: 02-09-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Myra English





Maile Serenaders - 1962

The modern version of Hula Records launched in 1962 with a stereo 331/3 rpm long playing album called, “Let’s Hula”.
The studio band dubbed the Maile Serenaders were led by Musician/arranger Benny Kalama, along with Sonny Kamahele, Jimmy Kaopuiki, Sonny Nicholas, Charles “Kaipo” Miller, Joe Custino, & Danny Stewart.
Several of the vocal solos featured Nina Keali’iwahamana.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite Maile Serenaders music from their 1962 debut release, “Let’s Hula”.

This week's playlist:

1- Hawaiian Hospitality – Maile Serenaders
2- Holoholo Ka’a – Maile Serenaders
3- Beyond The Reef – Maile Serenaders
4- Anapau – Maile Serenaders
5- A Song Of Old Hawaii – Maile Serenaders
6- For You A Lei – Maile Serenaders
7- Princess Pupule – Maile Serenaders
8- Lovely Hula Hands – Maile Serenaders
9- The Hukilau Song – Maile Serenaders
10- Keep You Eyes On The Hands – Maile Serenaders
11- Little Brown Gal – Maile Serenaders
12- To You Sweetheart Aloha – Maile Serenaders

Length: 54:29
Released on: 02-02-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Maile Serenaders





Sonny Kamahele - 1963

Solomon “Sonny” Kamahele, Jr. was a Hawaiian musician’s musician.
His father, Solomon Kamahele, Sr., achieved great success in the 1st decades of the 20th century as a recording artist and entertainer.
Sonny Jr served Hawaii as a distinguished and charming ambassador of Aloha both here and in Hollywood.
In 1996, Sonny Kamahele received the Na Hoku Hanohano Lifetime Achievement Award.
We lost Sonny on February 11, 2004.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite Sonny Kamahele music from his 1963 solo release, Sonny Kamahele & his Surf Serenaders.

This week's playlist:

1- Sweet Someone – Sonny Kamahele
2- My Little Grass Shack – Sonny Kamahele
3- Lovely Hula Hands – Sonny Kamahele
4- Ku’u One Hanau – Sonny Kamahele
5- Ku’u Lei Poina Ole – Sonny Kamahele
6- Waipio – Sonny Kamahele
7- Ta Hu Wa Hu Wahi – Sonny Kamahele
8- Beautiful Kahana – Sonny Kamahele
9- E Huli Makou – Sonny Kamahele
10- Akaka Falls – Sonny Kamahele
11- Beyond The Reef – Cy Ludington

Length: 53:17
Released on: 01-26-2018
Artist/Compiled by: Solomon Sonny Kamahele Jr





Bla Pahinui - 2017 Lifetime Achievement

James Daniel “Bla” Pahinui was born on September 14, 1942, in Waimanalo, O’ahu, the second oldest son of Emily and Phillip “Gabby” Pahinui.
At the age of 10, Bla made his own guitar out of a 2X4 with nails and fishing line.
A year later, his father got him an ukulele.
As a teenager, Bla switched to guitar.
He would go on to be part of the 2nd version of the Sunday Manoa group.
He would also play in the Gabby Pahinui Band.
And he would record a solo recording on Dancing Cat Records.
In 2017, Bla Pahinui was recognized by the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite Bla Pahinui music from Sunday Manoa, Gabby Band, & his solo work.

This week's playlist:

1- Ka Moa’e – Sunday Manoa
2- Wai O Minnehaha – Sunday Manoa
3- Uwe Ka Wao – Sunday Manoa
4- Pua Tuberose – Sunday Manoa
5- Sweet Violet – Sunday Manoa
6- Ka’ena – Sunday Manoa
7- Pu’uwa’awa’a –Sunday Manoa
8- Moonlight Lady – Gabby Band
9- Makapu’u Beach – Gabby Band
10- Meleana E – Bla Pahiniu

Length: 52:47
Released on: 01-19-2018
Artist/Compiled by: James Daniel Bla Pahinui




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