8 thoughts on Pohai Kealoha - Alfred Apaka - Webley Edwards Presents The Golden Voice Of The Islands (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Voodoogore   Zukasa
    Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the album Hawaiian Favorites by Alfred Apaka & His Hawaiians on iHeartRadio!
  2. Daill   Gozilkree
    Kealoha is now touring his newest, biggest, and most ambitious work ever The Story of Everything. The Story of Everything is a creation story (in epic poem format) that traces our origins from the big bang to now using science, poetry, storytelling, movement, music, visual art, .
  3. Nam   Tojale
    Performer: Alfred Apaka and his Hawaiians; Alfred Apaka Writer: Chas E. King and Trio; Recorded in Hawaii. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
  4. Gajind   Fenritilar
    Aloha Hula Hawaiian Style - Al Kealoha Perry & His Singing Surfriders From Alfred Apaka - Enjoy all the music albums and top video tracks of Alfred Apaka here on Frogtoon Music. Search for Artists, Bands, and Songs Search All Videos .
  5. Akibar   Zushakar
    Hawaii Calls: Favorite Instrumentals of the Islands with Al Kealoha Perry / Presented By Webley Edwards HiFi Sound Al Kealoha Perry (Artist), Webley Edwards (Artist) Format: Vinyl See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
  6. Magore   Mibar
    Dec 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Alfred Apaka - Aloha Oe! YouTube Alfred Apaka - The Best of Alfred Apaka - Side 1/4 - Duration: niceandeasymusic 3, views.
  7. Meztijar   Nataur
    Top record matches for David KEALOHA. Eugene Kealoha. found in United States Federal Census. Mary Kapono Kealoha. found in United States Federal Census. Mary Kapono Kealoha. found in United States Federal Census. Mary Kapono Kealoha. found in U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index,
  8. Masida   Kejar
    popular in Honolulu for Alfred Apaka’s recording debut on the B-side of the disc. “Hawaii’s Charm,” with words by Harry Soria, Sr. and music by Dick Gump, was the first record with Alfred Apaka’s name on the label.

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