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2CD released: Sep 15, 2017

Tracklisting:
Disc 1
1. Aloha Oe - The Hilo Hawaiians
2. Song Of The Islands - Georgie Auld And His Hula Gans
3. The Cockeyed Mayot Of Kaunakakai -
4. Akaka Falls - The Hilo Hawaiians
5. King Kamehameha - Sol Hoopii
6. Heaaloha No Honolulu - Gabby Pahinui
7. Aloha Paradise - Frankie Carle,
8. Hawaiian Punch - The Mauna Loa Islanders
9. The Hawaiian Wedding Song - Alfred Apaka
10. Hilo March - Tau Moe's Original Hawaiians
11. Lovely Hula Hands - Frankie Carle
12. Hoomalimali - Fely Gabriel
13. Malihini Mele - The Mauna Loa Islanders
14. Blue Hawaii - Billy Mure
15. Marie - Georgie Auld And His Hula-gans
16. Hawaiian Hospitality - The Mauna Loa Islanders
17. Kaneohe-mama E. - Leonard Kwan
18. The Honolulu Honky Tonk - Frankie Carle
19. My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua Hawaii - Sol Hoopii
20. Enchanted Island - The Mauna Loa Islanders
Disc 2
1. Blue Hawaii - The Mauna Loa Islanders
2. Hilo March - The Hilo Hawaiians
3. Drifting And Dreaming - Sol Hoopii
4. Aloha Nui Kuuipo - Fely Gabriel
5. Nani Waialeale - The Hilo Hawaiians
6. The Hukilau Song - The Mauna Loa Islanders
7. Moon Of Manakoora - Alfred Apaka
8. The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au) - The Mauna Loa Islanders
9. Hawaiian Waltz-medley - Tau-moe's Original Hawaiians
10. Aloha Oe - The Hilo Hawaiians
11. Paradise Isle - Frankie Carle
12. Hula Blues - Sol Hoopii
13. A Song For Old Hawaii - The Mauna Loa Islanders
14. Aloha - Georgie Auld And His Hula-gans
15. Slack Key Medley - Gabby Pahinui And Albin Barney Isaacs Jr.
16. The Moon Of Manakoora - Frankie Carle
17. Ka-lu-a - The Mauna Loa Islanders
18. Akaka Fakks - Iwalani Kahalewai
19. Song Of India - Georgie Auld And His Hula-gans
20. An Orange Grove In California - Sol Hoopii
VARIOUS ARTISTS
ALOHA FROM HAWAII
Label: NOT NOW MUSIC
Cat No: NOT2CD678
Barcode: 5060143496783
Packaging: 2CD Digipak

Original Hawaiian folk music was broadly based on chants and dances. This attractive Hawaiian music began to become
popular around the United States during the first half of the twentieth century. You can hear musical cross-currents that
take in jazz, hillbilly, blues, and western swing, with vocals that draw from country style yodels, slow pop ballads and
even vaudevillian delivery. Our wide selection is some way away from the clich d and watered-down popular image of
Hawaiian guitars that became so prevalent in the forties and fifties US music scene. So sit back, shut your eyes, dream of

the islands, and just let the wealth and variety of this music wash over you.