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Hui OhanaAloha Pumehana

Label:Poki Records – SP7 9031
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Pop, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Ballad, Country, Hawaiian

Tracklist

A1Pohai Kealoha4:41
A2Lullaby (Goodnight Keiki)
Written-ByC. Hupps, Robert Beaumont
4:00
A3San Antonio Rose
Written-ByBob Wills
2:56
A4Alone Once More (E Kuu Morning Dew In English)
Written-ByEddie Kamae, Myrna Kamae
4:41
A5Lai Toodle3:03
A6A Hawaiian Lullaby
Lyrics ByHector Venegas
Music ByPeter Moon (2)
3:38
B1Happy Anniversary
Written-ByBill Eldridge, Gary Steward
3:41
B2Welcome To My World3:42
B3I Never Said Goodbye3:51
B4There Goes My Everything4:01
B5It Keeps Right On A Hurtin'3:30
B6United We Stand4:30
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Notes

"Aloha Pumihana," released well over a year after the disbanding of Hui Ohana, probably consists of tracks not placed onto earlier LPs. "Pohai Kealoha" is credited to Mekia Kealakai and Lena Machado, but the compiler is uncertain if this is accurate and is leaving songwriter credit blank

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Aloha Pumehana (Cassette, Album)Poki RecordsSPC-9031US1978

Reviews

  • irwinhillier's avatar
    irwinhillier
    Ledward Kaapana recalls the break-up of Hui Ohana in 1978. He received a call telling him to tune in to radio station KCCN. Dennis Pavao was being interviewed and was stating that he was leaving the Hui Ohana, that he did not need the group. Hui Ohana meaning family together" suddenly became "family apart." The album that was in progress has the warm title of “Aloha Pumehana.” However, this is the least Hawaiian, and to this listener the least "ono" of the albums. Instead it is mainly a mix of popular mainland songs such as "Happy Anniversay," "Welcome to My World," "It Keeps Right on a-Hurting," and "United We Stand." Unlike with the previous seven albums, many of the songs in “Aloha Pumehana” lack power, conviction, even harmony. Instead of liner notes, that back has a one word farewell message, "Mahalo." Most likely this was a posthumous album composed of tracks not used in the earlier albums. In the “Magic Islands” CD, which is composed of song from “Ono,” “Hawaii – Tahiti,” and “Aloha Pumehana,” only two of the songs come from this final 1970’s LP.

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