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The 50 Greatest
Hawaii Albums of All Time

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No. 35: HAWAIIAN COUNTRY - 1975 - Melveen Leed

A soulful voice and local-girl humor combines the genres of Hawaiian and Country music.

No. 36: POI DOG - 1978 - Rap Reiplinger

No other Hawaii comedy album has been so funny, given such keen insights into local culture or been so imitated.

No. 37: RABBIT ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL - 1973 - Gabby Pahinui

Captures Gabby at his backyard best. Here, the slack key icon jams with four of his sons and old friends.

No. 38: THE BEST OF EMMA - 1975 - Emma Veary

25 classic monarchy era songs by one of Hawaii's most glorious voices.

No. 39: TROPICAL HAWAIIAN DAY - 1991 - Kaau Crater Boys

One of the most popular local acts of the 1990's, spinning out upbeat originals.

No. 40: LOYAL - 1981 - Loyal Garner

A woman whose rich, soulful voice and warm personality has entertained for more than 20 years.

No. 41: HO'OLUANA - 1991 - Makaha Sons of Niihau

The band at its creative peak - the last album recorded before Israel Kamakawiwoole's departure.

No. 42: IA 'OE E KA LA, VOLS.1, II, III, & IV - 1973-1980 - Palani Vaughan
(Out of Print)

Resurrected 19th century songs celebrating King Kalakaua's reign.

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