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Classic Rerun - Sonny Kamahele - 1963

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, we bring back some of our most requested shows for Classic Rerun. Enjoy!
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: 53:11
Released on: 04-12-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Sonny Kamahele





Classic Rerun- Hilo Hawaiians 1960

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, we bring back some of our most requested shows for Classic Rerun. Enjoy!
In 1960, the Hilo Hawaiians recorded their debut album, “Honeymoon In Hawaii”, while they were on tour in Chicago.
The album became quite popular, originally released with a deluxe 58-page, full-color collectable booklet.
Bunny Brown played guitar, while Kihei Brown and Mona Kalima played ukulele.
Puni “Buddy” Brown played stand-up bass, and Arthur Ka’au’a played steel guitar.
All of the Hilo Hawaiians contributed vocals.
These Hawaiian music legends are gone now, but not forgotten.
Today, almost 60 years later, we’ll share this memorable music with you.

This week's playlist:


1- Hole Waimea – Hilo Hawaiians
2- Hilo March – Hilo Hawaiians
3- Haole Hula – Hilo Hawaiians
4- He Aloha No O Honolulu – Hilo Hawaiians
5- Hawaii Calls – Hilo Hawaiians
6- Enchanted Isles – Hilo Hawaiians
7- Nani Waialeale – Hilo Hawaiians
8- E Huli Ho’i Mai – Hilo Hawaiians
9- Pua Ona Ona – Hilo Hawaiians
10- Akaka Falls – Hilo Hawaiians
11- Aloha Oe – Hilo Hawaiians

Length: 52:43
Released on: 04-05-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Hilo Hawaiians





Classic Rerun - Brown Gabby 1972

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, we bring back some of our most requested shows for Classic Rerun. Enjoy!
In 1972, Phillip “Gabby” Pahinui made a historic album that is referred to in Hawaiian music history as “Brown Gabby”.
After a lifetime of performing and recording on numerous labels, Panini Records offered Gabby the opportunity to record with his four sons: Bla, Cyril, Martin, & Phillip.
They were also joined by Gabby’s pals: “Atta” Isaacs and Manuel “Joe Gang” Kupahu.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite Brown Gabby recordings, on vinyl.

This week's playlist:

1- He’eia – Gabby Pahinui
2- Hame Pila – Gabby Pahinui
3- Hi’ilawe-1947/ Luau Hula – Gabby Pahinui
4- Hi’ilawe-1972 – Gabby Pahinui
5- Ka’ahumanu – Gabby Pahinui
6- Ka Moa’e – Gabby Pahinui
7- Hula O Makee – Gabby Pahinui
8- Royal Hawaiian Hotel – Gabby Pahinui
9- Lihue – Gabby Pahinui
10- Kamakani Kaili Aloha – Gabby Pahinui
11- Lei No Kaiulani – Gabby Pahinui

Length: 55:02
Released on: 03-29-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Gabby Pahinui





Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman

In 1989, Territorial Airwaves was 10 years old, but only broadcasting in the Hawaiian Islands.
A young acoustic steel guitar player and collector found a 1929 recording by Madame Riveire’s Hawaiians in San Francisco.
He fell in love with the music.
He eventually came to Hawaii, found Tau Moe, that early steel guitarist on the record, along with his wife, Rose Moe, the lead vocalist.
Bob recorded the entire family, including son Lani and daughter Dorian, performing their music from 60 years prior.
Upon finishing the recording, Bob learned about Territorial Airwaves from the Moe Family.
He immediately contacted e and arranged for them all to perform live at a Territoral Airwaves broadcast from the Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki.
From 1989 but sounding much older, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- Na Ali’i – Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
2- He Aloha No O Honolulu - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
3- Fort Street – 1929/1989 - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
4- Mai Ka’i No Kaua’i - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
5- Aloha Means I Love You - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
6- Kolopa - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
7- Pa’ahana - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
8- Meleana E Medley - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
9- Goodbye My Feleni - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman
10- E Mama Ea - Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman

Length: 54:14
Released on: 03-22-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Tau Moe Family with Bob Brozman





Waikiki Leaks - Swing Luau

Harry B. & Kilohana traveled once again to Paris, France to work with her hula students.
We also flew to Rome, Italy to work with her students there.
For their celebration event, they hired a Roman band that played Hawaiian music.
Much to our surprise, the WAIKIKI LEAKS were a highly trained group of professional musicians who fell in love with Hawaiian and Hapa Haole music.
Turns out that they listen to territorialairwaves.com.
When they hear a song they like, they repeat it over and over, transcribing both the music and the lyrics to their tablets.
They are highly influenced by Pua Almeida & Benny Saks, so they inject a lot of swing & jazz into their arrangements.
The WAIKIKI LEAKS are Flavio Pasquetto, Francesca Faro, Flippo Delogu, Light Palone, & Alfredo Romeo.
The result is delightful, and we wanted to share their new CD release with you, “Swing Luau”.
From 2018 but sounding much older, we’ll share this memorable music.

This week's playlist:

1- My Hapa Haole Hula Girl – Waikiki Leaks
2- Tropical Swing – Waikiki Leaks
3- Keep Your Eyes On The Hands – Waikiki Leaks
4- Waikiki On A Rainy Night – Waikiki Leaks
5- Little Brown Gal – Waikiki Leaks
6- Maui Girl – Waikiki Leaks
7- Sleepwalk – Waikiki Leaks
8- It Don’t Mean A Thing If It A’int Got That Swing – Waikiki Leaks
9- Some More Of Samoa – Waikiki Leaks
10- Memories of Ka’anapali – Waikiki Leaks
11- Waikiki – Waikiki Leaks

Length: 57:13
Released on: 03-15-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Waikiki Leaks




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