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Sol K. Bright

Solomon (Kolomone) Kamaluhia Kekipi Ke Ali’ika’apuni Ku Keala Oka Mahanahana Bright was born on November 9, 1908 and we lost him at the age of 83 on April 27, 1992.
He began as a drummer for his sister Hannah Bright’s orchestra.
Sol Ho’opii recruited the teenaged Sol Bright to join Ho’opii’s mainland combo as the 2nd steel guitarist.
Sol K. Bright would go on to a long and successful career as a songwriter and perfomer.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Sol K. Bright !

This week's playlist:

1- Ho’oheno Keia No Beauty – Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
2- Tomi Tomi – Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
3- Hualalai - Sol K. Bright w/ Danny Kalauawa Stewart
4- Kilohana - Sol K. Bright w/ Sol Ho’opi’i & His Quartette
5- He Ono - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
6- Akaka Falls - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
7- Hu’i E - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
8- Hawaiian Cowboy - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
9- Kama’aina - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians
10- Honolulu, How Do You Do? - Sol K. Bright & his Holly-waiians

Length: 54:20
Released on: 02-28-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Solomon Kekipi Bright





Sterling Mossman

Sterling Edwin Kilohana Mossman, Waikiki’s Crown Prince of Comedy, lived from February 3, 1920 to February 21, 1986.
A detective with the Honolulu Police Department by day, and the central character of the famed “Barefoot Bar” at the Queen’s Surf on Waikiki Beach by night, Sterling Mossman is lovingly remembered as, “The Hula Cop”.
Sterling Mossman combined impressive singing talent with hilarious comedy and novelty songs, and surrounded himself with a sterling group of talented Waikiki entertainers.
He sang, danced the hula, and told uproarious jokes.
Sterling Mossman held court at the Barefoot Bar from 1952 to 1969.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Sterling Mossman !

This week's playlist:

1- Ho’omalimali E – Sterling Mossman
2- Give Me The Islands Every Time – Sterling Mossman
3- The Luau Song – Sterling Mossman
4- Don’t Dig That Poi – Sterling Mossman
5- Kumu In A Muumuu – Sterling Mossman
6- I Wonder Where My Lil Hula Girl Has Gone – Sterling Mossman
7- Maui Girl – Sterling Mossman
8- Princess Pupule – Sterling Mossman
9- E Naughty Naughty Mai Nei – Sterling Mossman
10- Pidgin English Hula – Sterling Mossman
11- Hapa Haole Hula Girl – Sterling Mossman

Length: 52:36
Released on: 02-21-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Sterling Edwin Kilohana Mossman





Leinaala Haili

Jesse Makanui Leina’ala Amaral went from singing as a 9 year old girl in Lahaina, Maui, to performing as Leina’ala Haili for audiences on stages all over Waikiki.
Along the way, she made truly memorable recordings.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorite recordings from recorded legacy of Leina’ala Haili !

This week's playlist:

1- Sanoe – Leina’ala Haili
2- Kuwili – Leina’ala Haili
3- Akaka Falls – Leina’ala Haili
4- Roselani Blossoms - Leina’ala Haili
5- Muliwai Hula - Leina’ala Haili
6- Honolulu Harbor - Leina’ala Haili
7- Henehene Ko’aka - Leina’ala Haili
8- Malu I Ke Ao - Leina’ala Haili
9- Hanohano Olinda - Leina’ala Haili
10- Ia ‘Oe E Kala - Leina’ala Haili
11- Wahine Hololio - Leina’ala Haili
12- Pa’ahana - Leina’ala Haili
13- Aloha No Au I Kou Maka - Leina’ala Haili

Length: 51:47
Released on: 02-14-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Leina'ala Haili





Hui Ohana

A young Big Island trio took Hawaiian music by storm in 1972.
Two fraternal twin brothers, Ledward & Nedward Ka’apana, had teamed up with their cousin, Dennis Pavao early in the Hawaiian Renaissance.
Hui Ohana awakened a generation of Hawaiian music fans to the beauty of Hawaiian male falsetto singing, and Hawaiian slack key guitar.
Today, we’ll share some of our favorites of the group’s earliest recordings.
Today, we’ll celebrate the early recorded legacy of the Hui Ohana.

This week's playlist:

1- Nani Waimea – Hui Ohana
2- Kaloaloa – Hui Ohana
3- Honeysuckle Rose – Hui Ohana
4- Anapau – Hui Ohana
5- Ua Noho Au A Kupa – Hui Ohana
6- Pua Lilia – Hui Ohana
7- Ahulili – Hui Ohana
8- Ulupalakua – Hui Ohana
9- Punalu’u – Hui Ohana
10- Pua Ahihi – Hui Ohana
11- Kalama’ula – Hui Ohana

Length: 52:22
Released on: 02-07-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Hui Ohana





Gabby Pahinui

Charles Kapono Kahahawai, Jr. was born in Kaka’ako, O’ahu, on April 22, 1921, and he passed away at the age of 59 on October 13, 1980.
When he was six years old, he was renamed Charles Philip Pahinui by his hanai parents, Philip & Emily Pahinui.
“Gabby” Pahinui attended McKinley High School until he was 15.
Soon, he married Emily Kauha in 1937 and had 13 children.
A professional musician since he was 11 years old, he was an icon who’s free-spirited and unabashed ways endeared him to both young and old.
“Gabby” Pahinui is remembered today as the premier exponent of the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar.
Today, we’ll celebrate his early recorded legacy with rare recordings from the 1950s.

This week's playlist:

1- Hi’ilawe – Gabby Pahinui w/ Ralph Alapai & Joe Diamond
2- He Ono – Gabby Pahinui w/ Barney, Atta, & Norman Isaacs
3- Ka Anoi – Gabby Pahinui w/ Isaacs brothers
4- Meleana E / Keawaiki – Gabby Pahinui w/ Isaacs brothers
5- Healoha No O Honolulu – Gabby Pahinui w/ Isaacs brothers
6- Pua Lilia – Gabby Pahinui
7- Lei Nani – Gabby Pahinui w/ Sonny Chillingworth
8- Ka Makani Kaili Aloha – Gabby Pahinui
9- Mauna Loa – Gabby Pahinui w/ Eddie Spencer’s Hawaiians
10- I’m Livin’ On A Easy – Gabby Pahinui & Atta Isaacs

Length: 54:02
Released on: 01-31-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Charles Philip Pahinui




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