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Apokolani | Auē Noho‘i (Pili ‘Āina Kahi)

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Auē Noho‘i (Pili ‘Āina Kahi)

by Apokolani

Auē Noho‘i means," How can this be? Oh my goodness!" Donʻt be fooled by the easy jazzy Hawaiian sway—it"s global and local music of our times. Soothing, sly, danceable, stories that hold hope that we “Pili ‘Āina"—entwine, tend, and connect to home planet
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ka Aina Kakou
4:04 $1.99
2. Color in Your Heart
3:55 $1.99
3. By Ways
5:09 $1.99
4. Letʻs Kiss the Sky
4:56 $1.99
5. Listen to Her Heartbeat
4:54 $1.99
6. Freakin Frackin
3:07 $1.99
7. Delirium
2:17 $1.99
8. What Happened
3:24 $1.99
9. Merchant and Richards
3:43 $1.99
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Album Notes
Eclectic, original, and diverse. Plenty people ask, "What kind of music do you write?"

Keoki says, "I can only say, Any-kine music that moves through me and the ukulele or guitar. ​
The songs come as gifts. Itʻs in the koko, the blood—Hawaiian island soul. So I call it Hawaiian blood music."

Yvonne, "Itʻs all energy transformed into music stories and sound journeys."

Apokolani is a connection name for the the band and original music of Keoki Apokolani Carter and Yvonne Yarber—and the wonderful musicians who bring more life to the songs. Featuring Keoki on vocals, guitar & baritone ukulele; Yvonne, vocals; Paul Lindbergh, saxophone; Jon Hawes on bass, and piano. Special guests: Sonny Lim, standup bass on "Listen To Her Heartbeat", Alex Czerny, piano on "What Happened", Noa Eads on Color In Your Heart cajon; Michaloha Elam, trumpet.



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