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Bob Davis - On the S.S. Lurline

Numerous Hawaiian recording artists and entertainers got their start as tour escorts, aka: tour guides.
In the Territory of Hawaii, visitors were placed under the care of guides, who also sang and danced Hawaiian music during their guided tours.
Notable examples include Paschaol’s Tradewind Tour drivers on Maui, and Bill Ka’iwa in Waikiki.
Many others thrived.
Margaret Williams of Tradewinds Records decided to record Bob Davis, who had hosted and greeted at both the Halekulani Hotel, and for the great white Matson ocean liner, the S.S. Lurline.
Today, 50 plus years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this groundbreaking release !

This week's playlist:

1- He ‘Ono – Bob Davis
2- That’s The Hawaiian In Me – Bob Davis
3- Pupu A’o Ewa – Bob Davis
4- Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula – Bob Davis
5- Latitu – Bob Davis
6- Beyond The Reef – Bob Davis
7- Laupahoehoe Hula – Bob Davis
8- Little Grass Shack – Bob Davis
9- Hukilau – Bob Davis
10- I Wish They Didn’t Mean Goodbye – Bob Davis

Length: 53:47
Released on: 10-21-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Bob Pauhale Davis





Hawaiian Railroads - 1977

Marcus Schutte, Jr. experienced considerable success in 1974 with his “Paniolo Country” recordings with Gabe Kila & the Nanakuli Sons.
In 1977, he followed that up with an album in tribute to his father, an engineer on Hawaii’s railroads, as well as honoring historic railroads on various Hawaiian islands.
The songs celebrate Hawaii’s colorful railroad history.
In light of the present day ‘rail’ controversy, these musical stories remind us of what once was.
Today, nearly 40 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this groundbreaking release !

This week's playlist:

1- No. 90 – O.R.&L. – Rodney Arias
2- My Father Was A Railroad Man – Rodney Arias
3- (Ball-Lee) Iaea – Marcus Schutte
4- Akahele I Ke Ka’a Ahi – Copper Nickels
5- Makua To Kahuku – Sanford Schutte
6- Waiakea Sugar Train – Debbie Gima
7- Mahukona Landing–1883 – Rodney Arias
8- Lahaina & Ka’anapali Railroad – Alwyn Erub
9- Kapoho – Debbie Gima
10- The Story Of The Hamakua Express – Rodney Arias

Length: 53:26
Released on: 10-14-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Marcus Schutte Jr & Sanford Schutte





Nedward, Ledward, & Bernard

In November of 1979, Territorial Airwaves was still in its first 6 months of life.
The group, Hui Ohana, featuring Ledward & Nedward Ka’apana, with Dennis Pavao, had disbanded.
Ledward had recorded “I Kona” with Na Leo Kani O Punahele.
Then with Bill Murata’s “Pumehana Records”, Ledward rejoined his fraternal twin brother, Nedward, for a project with Bernard Kamala.
Since the Ka’apana’s were from the Big Island of Hawaii, while Bernard was born in Pu’uwai, Ni’ihau, the album was titled, “Ni’ihau – Hawaii”.
Today, nearly 40 years later, we’ll share memorable selections from this groundbreaking release !

This week's playlist:

1- Kipola – Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
2- Salomila - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
3- Model T - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
4- Pua Hone - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
5- Pua Loke - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
6- Home Grown - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
7- Kawaihoa - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
8- Pua Mana - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
9- Miloli’i - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard
10- E Kolu Mea Nui - Ledward, Nedward, & Bernard

Length: 53:42
Released on: 10-07-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Ka'apana & Kamala - Niihau-Hawaii





Joe Recca

In 1977, Joe Recca recorded “A Child Of This Land” for Mele Records.
Produced by Irv Pinensky, the music was arranged & conducted by Brian Robertshaw, and recorded at the Sounds of Hawaii studios.
Today, nearly 40 years later, we’ll share the memorable selections from this groundbreaking release !

This week's playlist:

1- A Child Of This Land – Joe Recca
2- I Will Remember You – Joe Recca
3- Here In This Enchanted Place – Joe Recca
4- Iuka O Koke’e – Joe Recca
5- E Maliu Mai – Joe Recca
6- I’ll Weave A Lei Of Stars For You – Joe Recca
7- Lei Lokelani – Joe Recca
8- Talk With Me Waikiki – Joe Recca
9- Kaumakapili – Joe Recca
10- To You Sweetheart, Aloha – Joe Recca

Length: 51:52
Released on: 09-30-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Joe Recca





Auntie Vickie Sings

In 1968, Vickie I’I Rodrigues followed up her 1963 Hula Records LP album, “Na Mele Ohana”, with another Hula Records release, “Na Mele Punahele”, again featuring herself with her children: Nina, Lani, Lahela, Boyce, & Ioane Rodrigues.
Today, we’ll share the memorable selections from this groundbreaking release !

This week's playlist:

1- Manakuike – Vickie w/ Lani, Lahela, & Nina
2- Mana – Boyce & Lani w/ Nina & Vickie
3- O Ko’u Aloha Ia ‘Oe – Nina Keali’iwahamana
4- Whispering Breeze – Lahela w/ Lani & Nina
5- Aloha Sunset Land – Boyce & Ioane w/ Lani, Lahela, & Nina
6- Dark Moon – Lani, Lahela, & Nina
7- Tewe Tewe – Boyce w/ Lani, Lahela, & Nina
8- Auli’ikokomanu – Nina, Lani, & Lahela
9- Dargie Hula – Boyce Rodrigues
10- Kau Ana – Vickie w/ Lani, Lahela, & Nina
11- Nani O Hilo E – Vickie, Nina, & Lani
12- Haili – Lani, Lahela, & Nina

Length: 50:53
Released on: 06-23-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Na Mele Punahele (Favorite Songs)




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