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December 7, 2010 Options
Pearl Harbor remembrance special:
A radio program which will live in infamy
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown  
Cold Sweat, pt. 1   Options b/w Cold Sweat, pt. 2
(King 1967)

Billy Murray  Hello Hawaii, How Are You?   Options
( 1915)
Gowan's Rhapsody Makers  I'll Fly to Hawaii   Options Jazz the World Forgot:
Jazz Classics of the 1920s, Volume 1
(Yazoo 1926)
Andy Iona  I Want to Learn to Speak Hawaiian   Options Hawaiians in Hollywood:
Smooth Sweet & Swinging
(The Old Masters 1935)
Louis Armstrong (w/Sam Koki & Andy Iona)  Hawaiian Hospitality   Options Louis Armstrong 1936-1937
(Chronological Classics 1937)
Kostas Bezos  Ta Aspra Poulia Sta Vouna   Options Steeling Round the World Hawaiian Style
(Harlequin 1936)
Hank Snow  Hawaiian Cowboy   Options The Thesaurus Transcriptions,
Volume 2
Jenks "Tex" Carmen  Samoa Stomp   Options Hillbilly Hula
(Bear Family 1954)
Kanui & Lula  Oua Oua   Options Tickling the Strings 1929-1952:
Music of Hawaii
(Harlequin 1933)
Lucky Luck  The Twelve Days of Christmas   Options Santa's Gone Hawaiian
(49th State Hawaii Record Co. 1962)

Talkover Music:
Jerry Byrd 
Maui Chimes   Options Early Country & Hawaiian Steel Guitar Classics
(Cattle Compact )

Sol K. Bright & His Hollywaiians  A Wee Doech an Doris   Options Honolulu to Hollywood: Jazz, Blues &
Popular Specialties Performed Hawaiian Style

(The Old Masters 1934)
Kawena Pukui  Kaulilua i ke anu Wai'ale'ale   Options Hawaiian Drum Dance Chants:
Sounds of Power in Time
(Smithsonian/Folkways 1935)
Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians  Eka Te Moana La   Options Hula Breeze
Chang Loo  Hu-La-La-Yi   Options Ying Chun Hua
(Pathé Marconi/EMI )
Lena Machado  Mai Lohilohi Mai 'Oe   Options Hawaiian Song Bird
( 1935)
Johnny Pineapple & His Orchestra  Na Ka Pueo   Options Hawaiian Holiday
Jay Epae  Putti Putti   Options Rock-a-Hula Bop
(Dojo 1961)

Cowboy Wiegenlied   Options Es Hängt Ein Pferdehalfter an der Wand
(Bear Family 1953)
Evelyn Künneke  Kikilala Hawaii   Options

Female Beat,
Groove, Disco,
Funk in Germany

(Bureau B 1976)

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax 1960s)

Listener comments!

  6:00pm annie:

aah.. i should change the station
  6:01pm annie:

(RIP eliz. edwards)
  6:02pm Ike:

Donna doesn't have comments, but I'll subvert her intentions and cheat by commenting on her show here. Donna: Excellent! Esp. that Kamalesh Maitra!
  6:03pm Drummer Some:

Hello Hawaii, dear listener people!
  6:06pm Chicago Joel:

  6:07pm Drummer Some:

Louis Armstrong speaking "Hawaiian" coming up next!
  6:12pm Drummer Some:

Hawaiian music from Greece, China, Holland and Germany, coming up.
  6:15pm Listener John:

This is a great set of music!
  6:17pm Drummer Some:

Happy Pearl Harbor Day, John.
  6:23pm Drummer Some:

Three dried squid!
  6:24pm Listener John:

Oh, no! I didn't make the connection between Pearl Harbor Day & the world's love of Hawaiian music back in the 1920s & 1930s (and it looks like the 40s & 50s too).

It is great to listen to on any day -- at least that's my opinion.
  6:25pm Madi Horstman:

Lucky Luck record my favorite at age two!! Still sounds good.
  6:25pm Drummer Some:

Also serves to warm things up a bit. It is frigid here in Pittsburgh.
  6:26pm Robert:

Is there really such a thing as native Hawaiian music? Not Corn Weenie, not "Hawaiian-style", actual music that came from there? Or is it like all the things named for places they're associated with but didn't really come from?
  6:28pm Robert:

Heh...that's what happens when I don't pay att'n to which box I'm entering text in.
  6:29pm monica:

it's cold and you're cool! great show tonight, dougaroo...
  6:30pm annie:

whence- from where; ergo, 'from whence"-department of redundancy department
sorry but i couldn't help it.
  6:31pm Drummer Some:

Hey hey Monica

Annie, you are right and I am a professional copyeditor!
  6:32pm annie:

and i love hawaiian music
  6:32pm makaha joe:

Mahalo, god bless, happy new year!
  6:33pm annie:

there was a show on occasional sunday nights on WOMR which played hawaiian music.. what fun.
  6:35pm Madi Horstman:

Oh jeez it's the real thing. Oy.
  6:35pm annie:

i'm totally impressed with your typing skills, doug. all those apostrophes and vowels.
  6:35pm the Grinch:

From whence a Christmas song came comeupmance - ergo I'm off to the bathroom ...... lest xmas returns again.
  6:37pm Drummer Some:

Thanks Annie. I never let a diacritical go without typing it in.
  6:38pm Drummer Some:

Shanghai in the house!
  6:38pm the Grinch:

  6:42pm Madi Horstman:

This show must be what they mean by feelgood music because I'm in a better mood than usual. Thanks & sweeping helps if you get too cold, BTW
  6:42pm annie:

how beautiful this is..
  6:43pm Drummer Some:

I'm so happy to help you be happy, Madi. (Madi being happy is better than Happy being Madi.)
  6:43pm the Grinch:

..just too early for Christmas music! Grinch out!
  6:43pm Jack:

Great show Doug - love this music.
  6:44pm Wolf:

Terrific, leid-back music tonight, Doug... Thanks !
  6:47pm Fuzzsonic:

Enjoying the set. There's a little background flourish in this song that sounds just like the Speed Racer "Go!" sound!
  6:47pm Drummer Some:

Thanks Jack!

Glad YOU said and not me, Wolf.
  6:51pm annie:

wow, look at all those nationalities in that title.
  6:52pm Drummer Some:

This Dutch band first formed as a "Hawaiian" trio in 1931.
  6:52pm PMD:

It's quite an odd combination...
  6:55pm annie:

i got my young friend quinn to listen!! yaya for facebook
  6:56pm Listener John:

A Dutch band playing Hawaiian-style music in the early 1930s . . . It reminds me of reading a memoir by a Russian woman of life in the 1910s-1920s, who talked about a lonely poet in her building in who played Hawaiian guitar late at night . . .
  6:56pm Drummer Some:

This song was just emailed to me by Listener Wolf. Thanks Wolf!!
  7:03pm Madi Horstman:

Hey thanks! ps it was the Kanui & Lula song I'm so happy to hear again. Lucky Luck is pretty good too, though. -later.
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