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Kalima Brothers & Richard Kauhi Qte - 1996

I began working with Michael and Maryanne Cord in 1991.
Our dream was to take recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives, restore them using newly developed state of the art computer technology, and release them as compact discs, for all Hawaiian music enthusiasts to enjoy and learn.
We felt that the music must once again be heard, and that the Hawaiian music community would appreciate it.
And we were right!
After being awarded our 1st Hoku Award for an earlier Cord International CD, we chose to release all of the Bell Records sides of both the Kalima Brothers and the Richard Kauhi Quartette, because Richard Kauhi played piano in both groups, who recorded 2 years apart in 1946 and 1948.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from our 1ST CD release in 1996, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- E Lili’u E – Kalima Brothers
2- Kaulana Ka Inoa O Kauai - Kalima Brothers
3- Kaulana O Hilo Hanakahi - Kalima Brothers
4- Gone With The Wind - Kalima Brothers
5- Kiu’ Kiu’ - Kalima Brothers
6- Palolo - Kalima Brothers
7- Some Times I’m Happy – Richard Kauhi Quartette
8- Lei Pakalana - Richard Kauhi Quartette
9- My Yellow Ginger Lei - Richard Kauhi Quartette
10- Kiss Me Love - Richard Kauhi Quartette
11- I’ll Roam The Isles For You - Richard Kauhi Quartette

Length: 54:39
Released on: 03-04-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Kalima Brothers - Richard Kauhi Quartet





History of Slack Key Guitar - 1995

I began working with Michael and Maryanne Cord in 1991.
Our dream was to take recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives, restore them using newly developed state of the art computer technology, and release them as compact discs, for all Hawaiian music enthusiasts to enjoy and learn.
We felt that the music must once again be heard, and that the Hawaiian music community would appreciate it.
And we were right!
George Winston of Dancing Cat Records asked us to release the very 1st 20 slack key recordings made in the post-war 1940s on the Bell, 49th State, and Aloha Records labels.
The resulting CD was called “History of Slack Key Guitar”.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from our 4th CD release in 1995, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Hi’ilawe – 1946 – Gabby Pahinui
2- Hula Medley – Gabby Pahinui
3- Wai O Ke Aniani – Gabby Pahinui
4- Ki Ho’alu – Gabby Pahinui
5- Punalu’u – Mama Tina Ka’apana
6- Slack Key Hula – George & Willie Davis
7- Old Timer’s Hula – Tommy Solomon
8- Maui Serenade – Abraham Kalauli Konanui
9- Rocking Chair Hula – Tommy Blaisdell
10- Strolling Troubadour – Henry Ka’aleka’ahi
11- Hi’ilawe – 1948 – Gabby Pahinui

Length: 54:10
Released on: 02-26-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Aloha Hula Hawaiian Style - 1995

I began working with Michael and Maryanne Cord in 1991.
Our dream was to take recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives, restore them using newly developed state of the art computer technology, and release them as compact discs, for all Hawaiian music enthusiasts to enjoy and learn.
We felt that the music must once again be heard, and that the Hawaiian music community would appreciate it.
And we were right!
We released restored recordings from the 49th State label, but then we licensed the Bell label as well.
Our 1st Aloha Records catalog release in 1995 was called “Aloha Hula Hawaiian Style”.
Happily, the CD earned a Hoku Award for Anthology of the Year.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from our 3rd CD release in 1995, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Singing Surfriders – Al Kealoha Perry & his Singing Surfriders
2- Right On – Perry Tones
3- Hawaiian Moon – Waikiki Girls
4- Haleakala Hula – Lila Kaualoku Guerrero Replinger
5- Hawaiian Cowboy – Andy Bright
6- Hawaiian Scotsman – Simeon Bright & Squeeze Kamana
7- Na Ka Pueo – Waikiki Girls
8- Twilight In Hawaii – Alfred Apaka
9- Kolopa – Haleloke Kahauolopua
10- Pua O Ka Makahala – Haleloke Kahauolopua
11- O’ahu – Entire Cast

Length: 55:32
Released on: 02-19-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Night Club Hula - 1995

I began working with Michael and Maryanne Cord in 1991.
Our dream was to take recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives, restore them using newly developed state of the art computer technology, and release them as compact discs, for all Hawaiian music enthusiasts to enjoy and learn.
We felt that the music must once again be heard, and that the Hawaiian music community would appreciate it.
And we were right!
We released restored recordings from the 49th State label, but then we licensed the Bell label as well.
Our second Bell catalog release in 1995 was called “Night Club Hula”.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from our 2nd CD release in 1995, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Aloha Ku’u Pua – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs & Royal Hawaiians
2- Ku’u Hoa – Josephine Ikuwa Singers
3- You’re At A Luau Now – Mel Peterson
4- O Kalena Kai – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln & his Hawaiians
5- Blue Lei – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
6- Ku’u Ipo Pua Rose – Randy Oness’ Select Hawn Serenaders
7- Ka Wai O Ka Niu Haohao – George Pokini & his Hawaiians
8- Mi Nei – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
9- Kaulana O Hilo Hanakahi – Kalima Brothers
10- Maui Girl – Andy Cummings & his Hawaiian Serenaders
11- Moon Of The Southern Seas – Randy Oness’ SHSs

Length: 54:18
Released on: 02-12-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Show Biz Hula - 1995

I began working with Michael and Maryanne Cord in 1991.
Our dream was to take recordings from Territorial Airwaves archives, restore them using newly developed state of the art computer technology, and release them as compact discs, for all Hawaiian music enthusiasts to enjoy and learn.
We felt that the music must once again be heard, and that the Hawaiian music community would appreciate it.
And we were right!
We released restored recordings from the 49th State label, but then we licensed the Bell label as well.
Our first Bell catalog release in 1995 was called “Show Biz Hula”.
Today, we’ll hear memorable selections from our 1st CD release in 1995, courtesy of the Territorial Airwaves archives.

This week's playlist:

1- Leahi – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln & his Hawaiians
2- Ne’e Ne’e Mai E Pili – George Pokini & his Hawaiians
3- My Honolulu Tomboy – Randy Oness’ Select Hawn Serenaders
4- Nalani – Randy Oness’ Select Hawaiian Serenaders
5- Ho’oluana – Pua Almeida & Club Pago Pago Orchestra
6- Manowaiopuna – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
7- Kaulana Ka Inoa O Kauai – Kalima Brothers
8- Waikiki Chickadee – George Tautu Archer & his Pagans
9- E Ku’u Ipo – Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
10- Haole Hula – Kani Leo’s w/ Kalima Brothers
11- Waikiki – Andy Cummings & his Hawaiian Serenaders

Length: 52:48
Released on: 02-05-2016
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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