Ho'Omana'o I Na Mele O Ka Wa U'i (Remembering the Songs of Our Youth)
CAT # 11661-6028-2
1. Mai Kai No Kauai 2:44 2. Kolopa 3:30 3. Paahana 2:54 4. Aloha Means I Love You 2:40 5. La Lupe Ua Sola 1:46 6. Goodbye My Feleni 3:19 7. Ua Like No A Like 4:05 8. Meleana E Medley 4:21 9. Samoan Moon 3:00 10. He Aloha No a Honolulu 3:55 11. Na Ali'i 2:45 12. E Mama Ea 4:16 13. Fort St. 1929 & 1988 2:27
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Tau and Rose Moe, both age 80 when this album was made, were the last of the original generation of Hawaiian musicians. In 1928, they left Hawaii for a world tour lasting 57 years. (Their 1929 recordings are a glimpse into the Hawaiian music of the 19th century.) In 1988, the Moe family and Bob Brozman recorded this album of genuine Hawaiian music as it was played 60 years earlier, making for a timeless and wonderful listening experience.
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