While not The Sunday Manoa's third album, it was the third under this lineup and the title Sunday Manoa 3 signified the musical unity in the group. Along with Guava Jam and Cracked Seed, Sunday Manoa 3 made the group an entity not to be messed with, and one could not enter a household without hearing such songs as "Iuka O Kokee" (composed by folk artist Buffy Sainte-Marie), "Ka Lama A'e One", Aku" and "Eleu Mikimiki. For this effort the group introduced the dobro, electric fiddle, and banjo to their sound, which broadened their.
Artist: The Sunday Manoa. Album: Guava Jam. Release year: 1969. The Sunday Manoa - Maika'i Ka Makani O Kohala Guava Jam, 1969 03:34. The Sunday Manoa - Ka La'i 'Opua Guava Jam, 1969 02:28. Artist: The Sunday Manoa.
Album · 1995 · 10 Songs. More By The Sunday Manoa. See All. Guava Jam. 1968. The Best of the Sunday Manoa, Volume II. 1995. Meet Palani Vaughan And The Sunday Manoa.
The Sunday Manoa - Kaulana 'o Waimanalo 02:55. The Sunday Manoa - Wai O Mine 02:17. The Sunday Manoa - Ka Moa'e 02:07. The Sunday Manoa - Poli Pumehana 02:43. The Sunday Manoa - Akaka Falls 02:19. The Sunday Manoa - Ka Lai Opua 02:29. The Sunday Manoa - Kapalaoa 02:16. The Sunday Manoa - He Hawai'i Au 03:44. The Sunday Manoa - Lei Ona Ona 02:38. The Sunday Manoa - Maikai Waimea 03:28. Guava Jam - The Sunday Manoa. The Best Of The Sunday Manoa Volume I - The Sunday Manoa.
The Best Of The Sunday Manoa, Volume II. Released by Hula Records Jan 2008 10 Tracks. The Best Of The Sunday Manoa, Volume II is a English album released on Jan 2008. The Best Of The Sunday Manoa, Volume II Album has 10 songs sung by The Sunday Manoa. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Best Of The Sunday Manoa, Volume II songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
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Songwriter – Charles E. King
|3||Iuka O Kokee
Songwriter – Buffy Sainte-MarieTranslated By – Alice Namakelua
Lyrics By – Roland CazimeroMusic By – Peter Moon
|5||Ua Like No A Like
Songwriter – Alice Everett
|6||Ka Lama Ae One||3:10|
Songwriter – Helen Parker
|8||Pupuhinuhinu/ Kahuli Aku
Songwriter – Winona Beamer
|9||Hilo Hanakahi/ Hilo E
Songwriter – Keola Naumu
|10||A Hawaiian Lullaby
Lyrics By – Peter Moon Lyrics By – Hector VenegasMusic By – Peter Moon
- Acoustic Guitar – Peter Moon (tracks: All)
- Art Direction – Kevin Takishita
- Banjo – Peter Moon (tracks: 6)
- Bass – Robert Cazimero (tracks: All)
- Concertmaster – Sidney Sharp
- Design – Scott Oyen
- Dobro – Peter Moon (tracks: 5)
- Electric Fiddle – Earl Spielman (tracks: 1)
- Graphics – Gerry Ober
- Lead Vocals – Robert Cazimero (tracks: 1-5, 7, 9-10), Roland Cazimero (tracks: 6, 8)
- Mastered By – Ken Perry
- Mixed By – Hugh Davies
- Photography – Dave Cornwell
- Producer – Steve Siegfried, Witt Shingle
- Recorded By – Herb Ono, Hugh Davies
- Slack-Key Guitar – Peter Moon (tracks: 2, 7-8)
- Strings – Sid Feller
- Tiple – Peter Moon (tracks: 8)
- Translated By – Alice Namakelua
- Twelve-String Guitar – Roland Cazimero (tracks: 1-2, 4-9)
- Ukulele – Peter Moon (tracks: 7)
NotesThe first digital pressing of the Sunday Manoa's last album. First pressings of the CD featured a "Litter Not" bumber sticker from Panini Records to "help keep Hawai'i clean" for the environment. CD remastered by Lee Herschberg..
|PS-1005||The Sunday Manoa||3 (LP)||Panini Records||PS-1005||US||1973|
|PC-1005||The Sunday Manoa||3 (Cass, Album)||Panini Records||PC-1005||US||1973|