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Uluwehi Guerrero - Uluwehi sings Na Mele Hula Aloha Artist: Uluwehi Guerrero
Title: Uluwehi sings Na Mele Hula Aloha
Category: Traditional

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Catalog #: CD820

Track Listing
Tracks with mp3 sample play mp3 samples.
  1. Ku‘u Milimili - mp3 sample
  2. Makawao Medley - mp3 sample
  3. Lei ‘Ilima namelehula - mp3 sample
  4. Kealoha - mp3 sample
  5. Huelo - mp3 sample
  6. Kukuna O Ka La / Ke anuenue - mp3 sample
  7. Haleakala hula - mp3 sample
  8. Pua ‘Ahihi - mp3 sample
  9. Hilo Hula - mp3 sample
  10. Nani Kamakura - mp3 sample
  11. Laupahoehoe Hula - mp3 sample
  12. Ka‘u Nui - mp3 sample
  13. Pololei ‘Oia‘i‘o - mp3 sample
  14. I aloha ‘Ia No ‘O Kanaio - mp3 sample
  15. Na Kuahiwi ‘Elima - mp3 sample
  16. Beautiful Kahana - mp3 sample

Other Albums By Uluwehi Guerrero -Or- Related Titles:

  - In My Heart (cd#83b)• Ka Manawa Pono (cd#83b)


 The CD is nearly an hour of traditional Hawaiian hula music, all with Uluwehi's sweet, angelic voice singing some of his personal favorites. His own signature vocal harmonies and full arrangements are captivating and soothing. The mix of familiar and less known songs of varying tempos and styles ensures there are some things on this lovely CD for everyone to enjoy. A special original composition paying homage to Japan and evoking the beauty of her cherry blossoms is a delightful surprise.

Reviews: Friday August 7, 2009 Wayne Harada - Honolulu Advertiser: Uluwehi Guerrero is another Na Hoku male vicalist winner and a Maui kumu hula, whose contibutions have hula implications, with proud links to the Valley Isle. Overview: Maui gets prime attention via "Maui Medley", "Haleakala Hula" and "Laupahoehoe Hula", but the CD also includes stories about "Beautiful Kahana", "Hilo Hula" and Japan on "Nani Kamakura". En route, Guerrero's chameleon tones, as falsetto and tenor, should ignite your inner hula spirit. Friday July 24, 2009 John Berger - Honolulu Star Bulletin Uluwehi Guerrero's new album comes nine years after the last one. His turn-of-the-millenium release "In My Heart", won him a Na Hoku Hanohano award for Best Male Vocal of the Year in 2001 .His new album----- Guerrero translates the titleas "beloved hula songs", -- has everything it needs to be a winner at the 2010 Hoku Awards next spring. It woulod do Hawaiian music proud as a finalist at the 2010 Grammy Awards as well. Guerrero is primarily heard as a falsetto vocalist, but uses his lower tenor voice effectively on several selections. as teh title implicates, Guerrero is emphacizing his ability as a song stylist to personalize his hula standards-- The the collection includes classics by Bill Ali`iloa Lincoln (" Ku`u Milimili"), Charles E. King ("Lei Ilima"), Alice Namakelua ("Haleakala Hula"), and Helen Desha Beamer ("Na Kuahiwi`Elima"). Mary Kawena Pukui and Maddy Lam are also represented by a beautiful rendition of "Pua Ahihi" that is one of the gems in the collection. "Laupahoehoe Hula" shows another side of Guerrero's repertoire --he slips in a few English words at the end. "Nani Kamakura", an original hapa-kepani (half Japanese)song, reflects his work as a kumu hula and entertainer in Japan. A beautifully illustrated liner notes bookleti ncludes the Hawaiian lyrics and the Japanese lyrics for "Nani Kamakura" as well.

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