Sam Ku West - Hawaiian Hula Blues - Acoustic Steel Guitar Masterpieces 1927/8 download mp3 album
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Hawaiian Hula Blues: Acoustic Steel Guitar Masterpieces 1927-1928.
At the Beach Summer Sunday Afternoon. Hawaiian Hula Blues: Acoustic Steel Guitar Masterpieces 1927-1928. Back in the 1920s, Hawaiian music enjoyed a brief flare of global popularity, and, along with players like King Bennie Nawahi, Sam Ku West was one of the hottest Hawaiian lap steel players. He released a number of discs in the period, and this compilation captures 26 of them from the period 1927-1928.
He was a Native Hawaiian guitarist, claimed by many as the all-time best lap steel guitar virtuoso, and he is one the most famous original Hawaiian steel guitarists, along with Joseph Kekuku, Frank Ferera, Sam Ku West and "King" Bennie Nawahi. Culture: Good Kine Music. Sam Ku West - Hawaiian Hula Blues: Acoustic Steel Guitar Masterpieces 1927/28. Christmas Music Christmas Deco Christmas Holidays My Jam Before Christmas Hawaiian Cover Art Chips Jewel. Thomas Tucker Jr. RARE FINDS!
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Hawaiian Music Ukulele and Steel Guitar. Hawaiian String Virtuoso: Acoustic Steel Guitar Classics from the 1920's. Huehue (Hawaiian Hula) by Sam Ku West. This album always puts me in a good mood. just simple and melodic. The tenth song, "White Birds", is rather haunting. Sam Ku West Hawaiian Hula Blues RARE Alternate Take Moana Chimes. Hue Hue, Hue Hue (Hawai& Hula). St Louis Blues Sam Ku West.
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For example, Jimmie Rodgers featured acoustic steel guitar in his song "Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues" (1929). The earliest use of an electrified steel guitar was in the early 1930s by Bob Dunn of Milton Brown and His Brownies, a western swing band. In the mid- to late-1930s, Leon McAuliffe advanced steel guitar technique while playing in the western swing band Bob Wills. Tunings and techniques are similar to acoustic Hawaiian steel guitar playing, but have evolved somewhat differently in the bluegrass idiom, which generally involves faster picking and changes than Hawaiian music does. Bottleneck guitar may have actually developed from Steel guitar technique. It is similar, with the exception that the guitar is held in the conventional position, and a different, tubular form of slide is slipped over the middle or ring finger or pinky to accommodate this playing position.
|1||Hawaiian Hula Blues|
|2||Strange Isles Medley|
|5||St. Louis Blues|
|6||Sweet Georgia Brown|
|7||Old Black Joe|
|8||The Memphis Blues|
|11||Sweet Hawaiian Dreams|
|14||Happy Heinie March|
|16||Hue Hue, Hue Hue|
|17||Moani Ke Ala|
|20||Stack O' Lee Blues|
|21||Drowsy Waters (Wailana)|
|23||Wang Wang Blues|
|26||Old Black Joe|
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