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Kalua - Various - Jazz Goes Hawaiian (CD)

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  1. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: guispurobalarinenepsatasbuejer.coinfo This is the night of love The shining of our love, Kalua Her song is in the air Her lips are waiting there Who will be Kalua's only love (who will her lover be) (who will her lover be) Before the night is old My arms will hold Kalua And as the trade winds blow soft and low (soft and low) Our love will blossom bright in the night.
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from Reader's Digest Presents - Island Magic, Essential Hawaiian Music by Various artists Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  3. Louis Armstrong takes the spotlight on only 4 numbers. Three of his selections are tunes with sweet aloha and for the rest, you'd better like early Hawaiian and dixieland jazz. Hawaiian elements are a nice sampling of falsetto, slack key, steel guitar and chant. Sound quality is not perfect, but overall, it's very enjoyable and a good value/5(6).
  4. Featured in many Hawaiian bands since the early s, steel guitar remains a popular element in modern Hawaiian music. We showcase four of the most influential 20th-century exponents of Hawaiian music, rich in influences and never less than entertaining. Sol Hoopii took traditional Hawaiian music to meet American jazz.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Kalua Hawaiians - Kalua Hawaiians on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Kalua Hawaiians - Kalua Hawaiians on AllMusic - Hawaiian War Chant. Amazon: Song Of The Islands. Charles E. King.
  6. Hawaiian Paradise: Delightful Music of the Islands: Various Artists: 1: Thanks for the Memories: Various Artists: 1: In the Summer Time: Die tollsten Hits aus aller Welt: Various Artists: 1.
  7. About the album A mixture of real Hawaiians playing jazz and jazz musicians playing Hawaiian tunes. With such stellar names as Louis Armstrong, Mannie Klein, Red Nichols and Andy Iona. A fascinating look at one of the less explored sidelines of jazz.

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