To use Navigation Bar, Turn on Images! Home Page Calendar of Events Accommodations Cyberguide Activities Cyberguide Restaurants Cyberguide Things To See and Do Special Places


The 50 Greatest
Hawaii Albums of All Time

Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 | Page 5 | Page 6 | Page 7

No. 27: THE MUSIC OF GEORGE HELM - 1977 - George Helm

A Hawaiian activist, his powerful voice and message continues to resonate today.

No. 28: HAWAIIAN STYLE - 1964 - The Kahauanu Lake Trio

Offered an alternative to the backyard ukulele style of Gabby Pahinui.

No. 29: WE ARE THE CHILDREN - 1974 - Country Comfort

Waimanalo country boys in their rock-influenced debut.

No. 30: ALOHA IS A PART OF ME, A PART OF YOU - 1986 - Moe Keale

A master of the ukulele with a beautiful voice - the pure Niihau sound.

No. 31: HAWAIIAN TRADITION - 1997 - Amy Hanaialii Gilliom

A classically trained voice in her first collaboration with Willie K. Her first completely Hawaiian language album.

No. 32: HAPA - 1992 - Hapa

New Jersey native Barry Flanagan learns to put poetry together in the Hawaiian mindset.

No. 33: VANISHING TREASURES - 1992 - Hawaiian Style Band

The defining moment for a couple of haole boys - a magical sound with consistently solid song writing.

No. 34: HONEYMOON IN HAWAII - 1960 - Hilo Hawaiians
(Out of Print)

One of the most notable groups to come out of the renowned Haili Choir in Hilo.

Top or, on to Page 6

Music of Hawaii Index | Home Page

Share this page with your friends

Contact Us | Sponsor Join Us Form
©Ala Mua Hawaii 1997