Music of Hawaii is a compilation album containing five 78rpm records of Hawaiian music issued by Decca Records. Historically, the term "album" was applied to a collection of various items housed in a book format. In musical usage the word was used for collections of short pieces of printed music from the early 19th century. Later, collections of related 78rpm records were bundled in book-like albums (one side of a 78 rpm record could hold only about . minutes of sound).
1. Song of The Island (Hilo March). Fun collection of popular instrumental melodies of Hawaii, which sound like the era in which they were recorded (from the cover I would guess late 1950s-early 1960s). The songs tend to be upbeat and are decorated with pop/jazz touches like vibraphone, but the rhythm and lead tend to stay focused on guitar, ukulele and the weepy, atmospheric steel guitar. It evokes the islands, but also the smooth country music of Nashville (which is why country music adopted the slide from Hawaiians in the early 20th century). The recording makes for period accompaniment or cheesy party music.
World of Hawaii 2:34. Song of the Islands 2:16. On the Shores of Honolulu 3:49. Moon of Manakoora 2:53. Rhythm of the Islands 2:35. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
Hawaii is the third studio album by the Anglo-Irish avant-pop band the High Llamas, released on 25 March 1996 on the band's Alpaca Park label. The arrangements of Hawaii incorporate more electronic sounds than its predecessor Gideon Gaye (1994), while its lyrics loosely address themes of nomadism, nostalgia, film and musical theatre, and the effects of colonialism. The record peaked at 62 on the UK Albums Chart for a one-week stay
The Music And Sounds Of Hawaii. Released by Vanilla OMP Aug 2009 23 Tracks. The Music And Sounds Of Hawaii is a English album released on Aug 2009. The Music And Sounds Of Hawaii Album has 23 songs sung by Mokuaina Blue. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Music And Sounds Of Hawaii songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
|A1||–The Mauna Loa Islanders||Sweet Leilani|
|A2||–The Diamond Head Beachcombers||Song Of The Islands|
|A3||–Jerry Byrd||Haole Hula|
|A4||–The Mauna Loa Islanders||Bali Ha'i|
|A5||–The South Seacombers||Now Is The Hour|
|A6||–The Mauna Loa Islanders||A Song Of Old Hawaii|
|B1||–The South Seacombers||Blue Hawaii|
|B2||–The Mauna Loa Islanders||Hawaiian War Chant|
|B3||–The Diamond Head Beachcombers||Beyond The Reef|
|B4||–Jerry Byrd||Keep Your Eyes On The Hand|
|B5||–The Mauna Loa Islanders||The Hawaiian Wedding Song|
|B6||–Orchestra & Chorus Under The Direction Of Jack de Mello*||Aloha He|