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Hawaiian Renaissance 1970s Music Pt 1

We return to 1979, when the Territorial Airwaves program was launched as a weekly radio show.
It was during the era of the Hawaiian Renaissance, when young Hawaiians began looking to their cultural roots, and Hawaiian culture was again flourishing.
Early in this period, the music was influenced by folk and pop, but along the way the revival of Hawaiian performing arts saw renewed interest in the Hula, the Ukulele, Slack Key Guitar, and Steel Guitar, plus Falsetto singing.
Today, we’ll launch a mini-series and listen to some of our out-of-print recordings from the recorded legacy of the Hawaiian Renaissance.

This week's playlist:

1- Strumming Along – Chucky Boy Chock & Oahu Brand
2- Kela Mea Wiffa – Simple Folk
3- Ka Huaka’i - Kanaka
4- Mokokaikala – Na Keonimana
5- Manuela Boy – J & R Incorporated
6- Lono – Na Kaholokula
7- He Ono – Da Blahlas of Keaukaha
8- Komo Mai – Reggie Berdon
9- Green Rose Hula – Ke Kai
10- Kaihanupanupa – Emerson Brothers
11- Kamalani – Larry Rivera

Length: 56:57
Released on: 06-29-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists





Sonny Kamahele

Hawaiian music’s distinguished and charming Solomon Kamahele, Jr., “Sonny Kamahele”, aka: “Mr. Hollywood”, who delighted audiences both here in Hawaii and in Hollywood.
A headliner in Waikiki, a fixture on the “Hawaii Calls” radio show, and an entertainer who shared the stage with the likes of Alfred Apaka, Harry Owens, and Sam Koki, Sonny Kamahele has done it all.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the recorded legacy of Sonny Kamahele.

This week's playlist:

1- E Huli Makou – Sonny Kamahele
2- Ka Lei E – Sonny Kamahele
3- Ku’u One Hanau – Sonny Kamahele
4- Ku’u Lei Poina Ole – Sonny Kamahele
5- Sweet Someone – Sonny Kamahele
6- Beautiful Kahana – Sonny Kamahele & Mel Peterson
7- Na Mokulehua – Sonny Kamahele
8- Little Grass Shack – Sonny Kamahele
9- E Lili’u E – Sonny Kamahele
10- My Kanani – Sonny Kamahele
11- You’re My Only Love – Sonny Kamahele

Length: 53:17
Released on: 06-22-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Solomon Kamahele, Jr.





35th Anniversary Show

The Territorial Airwaves program officially went on the air on June 13, 1979.
As we observe our 35th birthday, and surge ahead into our 36th consecutive year of broadcasting Territorial Airwaves, we’ll pause to recall some of our favorite compact disc projects, and the people who shared their music and memories with us.
Today, we’ll listen to some of our favorite selections from the long running series of compact discs that we’ve produced with our friends at Cord International music.

This week's playlist:

1- Ku’uipo Pua Rose – Pua Almeida w/ Randy Oness’ Select Hawaiian Serenaders
2- Ne’e Ne’e Mai E Pili – George Pokini’s Hawaiians
3- Hula Mokulele E – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
4- Kauoha Mai – Lena Machado
5- Hanohano Olinda – Linda Dela Cruz
6- Maui Girl – Andy Cummings
7- Cast Your Cares To The Tradewinds – Alfred Apaka
8- Ua Noho Au A Kupa – John Kameaaloha Almeida
9- Halema’uma’u – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
10- Manuwaiopuna – George Jarrett Helm
11- Olu O Pu’ulani – Billy Gonsalves & Paradise Serenaders

Length: 54:11
Released on: 06-15-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Territorial Airwaves 35th Birthday





Beamer Brothers

Breckenridge Keolamaikalani Beamer was born on February 18. 1951,
and Brenton Kaponomalamalani Beamer was born on June 19, 1952.
Winona Kapuailohia Desha Beamer now had two young treasures to share her culture with.
Eventually Keola & Kapono Beamer’s Hawaiian contemporary music would successfully integrate ancient chants with modern arrangements during the Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970s.
Join us now as we share some of the recorded legacy of Keola & Kapono Beamer !

This week's playlist:

1- Ke Ai Nei – Keola & Kapono Beamer
2- Livin’ On A Easy - Keola & Kapono Beamer
3- Kahana Kamali’i - Keola & Kapono Beamer
4- Keawaiki - Keola & Kapono Beamer
5- This Is Our Island Home - Keola & Kapono Beamer
6- Ka Aina Kamuela - Keola & Kapono Beamer
7- Green Rose Hula - Keola & Kapono Beamer
8- Kilakila Na Roughrider - Keola & Kapono Beamer
9- Thank You, Mayor - Keola Beamer
10- E Koku I’ole Maka Po - Keola & Kapono Beamer
11- Wahine Hololio - Keola & Kapono Beamer
12- Makee Ailana - Keola & Kapono Beamer
13- Pupu Hinu Hinu/ Kahuli Aku/ Kahuwelo Opae – Beamer Brothers

Length: 53:45
Released on: 06-06-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Keola & Kapono Beamer





Kui Lee

We'll remember both Kui Lee, the composer,
and Kui Lee, the entertainer.
Kuiokalani Lee, the composer, helped to kick start the new modern Hawaiian sound.
Kui Lee, the entertainer, with his electric personality and unique style, became one of the most memorable acts of the 1960s.
Yes, the man who wrote many of the songs that Don Ho made famous was also a performer.
Join us now as we share some of the recorded legacy of Kui Lee!

This week's playlist:

1- Taro Patch – Kui & Nani Lee
2- When It’s Time To Go – Kui Lee
3- I’ll Remember You – Kui Lee
4- Rain, Rain Go Away – Kui Lee
5- Kamakani Kai’ili Aloha – Kui Lee
6- Goin’ Home – Kui Lee
7- Ain’t No Big Thing – Kui Lee
8- Na’ Ali’i – Kui Lee
9- The Days Of My Youth – Kui Lee
10- All I Want To Do – Kui Lee
11- No Other Song – Kui Lee

Length: 51:41
Released on: 05-30-2014
Artist/Compiled by: Kuiokalani Lee




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