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Michael Cord - Fond Farewell

Michael Cord, the musician & record producer, whose restoration and reissue of vintage Hawaiian recordings made an unparalleled contribution to the preservation of 20th century Hawaiian & Hapa Haole music, has passed away.
You may not know the name “Michael Cord”, but many of today’s Hawaiian music artists are regularly performing songs that his company, Cord International, restored from lost 78rpm recordings in the Territorial Airwaves archives, and brought back to life for new generations to perform & dance to.
Today, we’ll illustrate this by sharing some of Michael Cord’s releases of restored vintage Hawaiian music, from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- My Yellow Ginger Lei – Joe Keawe
2- Lei Pakalana – Richard Kauhi Quartette
3- Molokai Waltz – George Jarrett Helm
4- Moanikealaonapuamakahikina – Lena Machado
5- Nanakuli – Billy Gonsalves & Paradise Serenaders
6- Ali’ipoe – Dorothy Kalima
7- Lovely Sunrise Haleakala – John K. Almeida
8- TA / Malia My Tita – HBS / Invitations
9- Ke Ala O Ka Rose – Linda Dela Cruz
10- Pua Iliahi (1955) – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
11- Mi Nei – Pauline Kekahuna & Hau’oli Girls

Length: 54:59
Released on: 07-17-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Cord International releases





Non-Hawaiian Music By Hawaiians

Many young Hawaiian entertainers traveled to the Mainland US in the 1920s and 1930s to seek fame and fortune.
They traveled from coast to coast, and secured recording contracts with some of the biggest record labels of the day.
But their success sometimes came at a price, as they would have to balance their presentations with a healthy dose of hip and popular musical selections in addition to their Hawaiian numbers to get work.
Imagine if the many Hawaiian groups currently traveling to Japan were forced to insert a Japanese song every 3rd selection in their program!
Hollywood and New York wanted popular 1920s & 1930s pop hits to supplement the Hawaiian ‘stuff’.
Today, we’ll listen to favorite selections of Non-Hawaiian Music by Hawaiians, from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- I Want Someone To Love Me – Sol Ho’opi’i
2- An Orange Grove In California - Sol Ho’opi’i
3- Oh! Lady Be Good! – Sol Ho’opi’i
4- Under A Texas Moon – King Bennie Nawahi
5- 10 Tiny Toes, 1 Baby Nose - Sol Ho’opi’i
6- When Summer Is Gone – Kalama’s Quartette
7- Clowin’ The Frets – L.A. Biltmore Hotel Trio
8- Don’t Stop Loving Me - Sol Ho’opi’i
9- I Like You - Sol Ho’opi’i
10- Midnight’s Near - Sol Ho’opi’i

Length: 52:54
Released on: 07-10-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Kealoha Kalama

Julie Kealoha Kalama was born on April 27, 1933, to William & Virginia Kalama.
Kealoha Kalama began her career dancing hula, named “Most Beautiful Dancer” when she was 15 years old.
She was trained by John Pi’ilani Watkins & Joseph Kahaulelio.
She then worked as a singer/musician with Bill Ali’iloa Lincon, Pauline Kekahuna, & Genoa Keawe.
Soon, she was producing her own shows in Waikiki.
Eventually, she became Kumu Hula of Halau of Pohai Kealoha.
Today, we’ll listen to favorite selections from “Kealoha Kalama” from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Pua Mamane – Kealoha Kalama
2- Pua ‘Iliahi – Kealoha Kalama
3- Green Lantern Hula – Kealoha Kalama
4- Kaleinani – Kealoha Kalama
5- Shores Of Hanalei – Kealoha Kalama
6- Lahela Ku’u Poki’i – Kealoha Kalama
7- Nohea – Kealoha Kalama
8- Ho’okipa Paka – Kealoha Kalama
9- Manu O Ka Lani – Kealoha Kalama
10- Hilo E – Kealoha Kalama
11- Nani Wale – Kealoha Kalama
12- Pohai Kealoha – Kealoha Kalama

Length: 53:37
Released on: 07-03-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Julie Kealoha Kalama





Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs & Sons

Alvin Elewale Kalnikau Isaacs was born on Sept 9, 1904,
And of his 10 children,
Three emerged as his musical sons:
“Barney” Isaacs, born July 18, 1924, a Steel Guitar master,
Norman Isaacs, born October 5, 1925, a bassist & singer,
“Atta” Isaacs, born August 5, 1929, a Slack Key star.
Today, we’ll listen to favorite selections from “Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs”, their final recording together, from the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Ho’owali La – Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
2- I Want To Be Hawaiian - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
3- Kau’iokalani - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
4- Ala Wai Nani - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
5- Ka U’i Kaulana O Ka Uhiwai - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
6- Ho’i Mai, Huli Ho’i Mai - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
7- It’s Happy Time - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
8- Come To Me, Puanani - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
9- Puka In Kalihi - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
10- Ke Kumuhana Nui - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons
11- E Mau Ko Kakou Lahui - Alvin K. Isaacs & Sons

Length: 54:46
Released on: 06-26-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Alvin, Barney, Norman, & Atta





Ed Kenney

Edward Albert Kenney, Jr. was born in Anahola, Kauai, but educated in Honolulu.
After starring in local theatrical musical productions, Ed Kenney burst into show business.
Before long, he was headlining in Waikiki, and making numerous recordings.
He became one of the top acts at Waikiki’s major hotels and nightclubs.
Along the way, his smooth and powerful voice made him Waikiki’s King of Hapa Haole Music in the 1950s and 1960s.
Today, we’ll listen to favorite selections of Ed Kenney, from recordings in the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Flower Of Paradise – Ed Kenney
2- There’s No Place Like Hawaii – Ed Kenney
3- I Lost My Heart To A Pa’u Rider – Ed Kenney
4- Naupaka – Ed Kenney
5- Keep Your Eyes On The Hands – Ed Kenney
6- Dance The Hula In The Moonlight – Ed Kenney
7- The Island Twist – Ed Kenney
8- Pleeza No Peencha Da Hula Girl – Ed Kenney
9- A Lei, A Kiss, And Aloha – Ed Kenney
10- Malia Lani – Ed Kenney
11- The Sand And The Sea – Ed Kenney
12- To Make You Love Me, Ku’uipo – Ed Kenney

Length: 54:00
Released on: 06-19-2015
Artist/Compiled by: Edward Albert Kenney, Jr.




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