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by Ronna Bolante,Michael Keany

eBook Honolulu Magazine's: The 50 Greatest Hawai'i Albums download ISBN: 097537401X
Author: Ronna Bolante,Michael Keany
Publisher: Watermark Publishing (December 1, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 152
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Start by marking The 50 Greatest Hawaii Albums as Want to Read . Now, a distinguished panel of experts ranks the records in HONOLULU Magazine's groundbreaking music poll, "The 50 Greatest Hawai'i Albums of All Time.

Start by marking The 50 Greatest Hawaii Albums as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Here are Gabby Pahinui, Bruddah Iz, Alfred Apaka, the Sunday Manoa, Keola and Kapono Beamer, Genoa Ke Since the advent of the long-playing record album, the music of Hawai'i has carried the spirit of aloha around the world.

Writers Ronna Bolante and Michael Keany spent countless hours with artists and record producers to get the real .

Writers Ronna Bolante and Michael Keany spent countless hours with artists and record producers to get the real stories behind the music: Kui Lee tells Don Ho of his diagnosis with cancer, then plays him a new song- I’ll Remember You. Unable to sleep, Israel Kamakawiwo‘ole calls his producer and records Somewhere Over the Rainbow in the middle of the night. Marlene Sai records Kainoa in the city bus car barn, and Gabby Pahinui finagles a photo shoot on Rabbit Island

HONOLULU Magazines acclaimed music poll has been expanded into a lavish book of record of Hawaiian . A portion of the proceeds supports the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame. Foreword by Kahauanu Lake.

HONOLULU Magazines acclaimed music poll has been expanded into a lavish book of record of Hawaiian entertainment. Here are Gabby Pahinui, Bruddah Iz, Rap Reiplinger, Alfred Apaka, the Sunday Manoa, Kealii Reichel, Genoa Keawe, Martin Denny, Kui Lee and many others from the crooners of the 40s to the innovators of today. This beautiful, full-color volume comes complete with candid photos, song lists and the fascinating stories behind the songs.

Ronna Bolante, Michael Keany. In June 2004, HONOLULU Magazine published an issue devoted to "The 50 Greatest Hawai'i Albums of All Time. The 50 Greatest Hawaii Albums. Are you sure you want to remove The 50 Greatest Hawaii Albums from your list? The 50 Greatest Hawaii Albums. by Ronna Bolante, Michael Keany. Published December 2004 by Watermark Publishing.

A few months before the release of this compilation, Honolulu Magazine published a list of the greatest albums in Hawaiian music. Taking that as a starting point, Mountain Apple chose representative tracks from the various albums and created a compilation of the best (after dropping a good chunk of the list for purposes of time).

Three years ago, we compiled a list of Hawai‘i’s 50 greatest albums. By Ronna Bolante and Michael Keany. 1 Aloha ‘Oe Queen Lili‘uokalani, 1878.

50 Greatest Songs of Hawai‘i We’ve singled out the best individual songs of Hawai‘i’s unrivaled musical canon. Three years ago, we compiled a list of Hawai‘i’s 50 greatest albums. The response was so great that we’re back with another list, this time singling out the best individual songs of Hawai‘i’s unrivaled musical canon. More than a century ago, Aloha ‘Oe became one of the first Hawaiian songs to achieve recognition outside of the Islands.

When Honolulu Magazine took polls of "Greatest Hawaii Albums and Songs", they ranked Feary's 1975 composition "Nightbird" . Bolante, Ronna, and Michael Keany. Honolulu Magazine's The 50 Greatest Hawai& Albums. Honolulu, HI: Watermark Publishing, 2004.

When Honolulu Magazine took polls of "Greatest Hawaii Albums and Songs", they ranked Feary's 1975 composition "Nightbird" as the 50th best Hawaiian song In 2011 Feary posthumously, along with the other early members of Kalapana - Bilyeu, Pratt, Thompson, Paulo, Fejarang, Aloya and Holomalia - received the Na Hoku Hanohano Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts.

HONOLULU Magazine's acclaimed music poll has been expanded into a lavish book of record of Hawaiian entertainment. Writers Ronna Bolante and Michael Keany spent countless hours with artists and record producers to get the real stories behind the music: Kui Lee tells Don Ho of his diagnosis with cancer, then plays him a new song—"I'll Remember You." Unable to sleep, Israel Kamakawiwo'ole calls his producer and records "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" in the middle of the night. Marlene Sai records Kainoa in the city bus car barn, and Gabby Pahinui finagles a photo shoot on Rabbit Island.Through these and other anecdotes, authors Bolante and Keany tell the fascinating tale of Hawaii's recording industry—from Honolulu City Lights to Kawaipunahele, from Poi Dog to Guava Jam.Winner, 2005 Hawaii Book Publishers Association Ka Palapala Book Award, Excellence in Special-Interest Books.