Ray Kinney With Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Dusky Polinesian / What More Can I Say After I Say Aloha album download
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Die Maori-Hawaiians - Mauna Lou, Aloha. The Waikikis - Aloha Hawaiï. Various - Rhythm Of The Islands - Music Of Hawaii 1913 - 1952. Hilo Hawaiians - Honeymoon In Hawaii The Waikikis - Aloha Hawaiï.
Ray Kinney And His Aloha Serenaders, Ray Kinney And His Coral Islanders, Ray Kinney And His Hawaiian Musical Ambassadors, Ray Kinney and His Hawaiian Orchestra, Ray Kinney And His Hawaiians, Ray Kinney And His Orchestra, Ray Kinney And His Royal Hawaiians, The Aloha Serenaders. 형: 모두 표시 중 Ray Kinney. Ray Kinney With Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Hawaii Calls, What More Can I Say After I Say Aloha (Shellac, 10", Single).
Artist: Ray Kinney, Dick McIntire's Harmony Hawaiians. Album: Hawaiian Memories. Johnny Noble's Hawaiians, Ray Kinney - I've Been Dreaming of a Little Girl Like You Hawaiian Memories, 2018 03:21. Ray Kinney - Ke ka Upu On a Coconut Island, Music of Hawaii, 1994 02:44. Artist: Ray Kinney Dick McIntire's Harmony Hawaiians.
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Dick McIntire & his Harmony Hawaiians - My Hawaiian Souvenir (Decca 2811B). Ray Kinney, . Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians: "Pua Aloha" (1936). HALEIWA - Ray Kinney with Dick McIntire’s Harmony Hawaiians (1935). PAPALINA LAHILAHI - Ray Kinney with Dick McIntire’s Harmony Hawaiians (1935). SoundHound on Twitter.
Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee) recorded July 23, 1936 by Bing Crosby, with Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians. Hawaiian Paradise recorded April 13, 1938 by Harry Owens and His Orchestra. My Isle of Golden Dreams recorded April 4, 1938 by Harry Owens and His Orchestra. My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii recorded April 20, 1938 by Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra. King Kamehameha recorded April 20, 1938 by Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra.
Dusky Polynesian Ray Kinney with Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians 1937 (Decca 1331 A mx DLA 625) Dusky Polynesian – Ray Kinney With Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians. Here are a couple of sides by Hawaiian vocalist Ray Kinney. Dusky Polynesian is a rather odd song – and one that would, no doubt, be considered a bit Politically Incorrect if it were recorded today. To me, the star performer of Pua Aloah is not Kinney but the very haunting steel guitar of Dick McIntire. Observe the similarities between this recording and the sound of many Western swing records from the ’30s and ’40s. Dick McIntire’s brother Lani was also a well-known Hawaiian bandleader and steel guitar player.
Performer: Ray Kinney; Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians Writer: Harry Owens. Vocal with Instrumental Accompaniment. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 50. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames.
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