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One Kiss

by Ehukai Teves

Easy listening Mountain Dulcimer original songs with bass and drums
Genre: Easy Listening: Love Songs
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1. Roseland
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2. Skeletons
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3. The Other Side of Sarah
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4. Por Que No?
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5. Gypsy of the Road
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6. Fall for Love
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7. One Kiss
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8. Deep Creek
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9. Step By Step
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10. Viper Town
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Performances: Singer/composer/multi-instrumentalist.
Guitar (electric and slack key), Chapman
Stick, Bass, Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer,
and Ukulele. Music styles are from contemporary
easy listening to country, danceable rock, Beatles,
traditional Appalachian music, and Hawaiian
contemporary and traditional music.

For more CD download music by Ehukai Teves, check out CDBaby listing “LOVE OF A LIFETIME” by his group, THE JOLLEY ROGUES. It features traditional-style original songs sung and performed on mountain dulcimer by Ehukai Teves and bowed psaltery, harmonica and vocals by Don Skinner.

I was born in Hawaii. My father was an Army medic and my mother an Army nurse. Our family traveled the world, living in North Carolina, the Canal Zone and Okinawa. The family's roots run deep in Hawaiian culture and music. Both of my parents earned "Living Legend" awards – my father for his work preserving historic Kahikolu Church on the Big Island, and my mother for her work in preserving the Hawaiian native language. They both sang and played the "old-style" Hawaiian music with me playing bass. As a solo performer, I play many contemporary styles from "golden oldies" to original songs and classic rock, to traditional Appalachian music learned from Jean Ritchie. I formed the bands "Liquid Sun" in Panama and "To the Max" and "The Jolly Rogues" in Hawaii. Currently Lois Hornbostel and I have been combining our music, as described on this web site.

Education and Experience:
. B.A. in Music from University of Hawaii at Hilo.
. Musical performer for 45 years.
. Have written and copyrighted over 300 songs, including "Kapalana Sands"
on the winning "Album of the Year" of the HOKU Awards (Hawaiian Grammy).
. 4 recordings with Harold and Lei Teves (available on MUSIC STORE page).
. 5 CDs of original music (see MUSIC STORE page).
. Invited and featured at Hawaiian "Slack Key Masters" Festival.
. Have performed solo and with Keola & Kapono Beamer, Moses Kahumoku, Jean Ritchie and Lois Hornbostel. Mountain dulcimer and ukulele events throughout the U.S., including Dulcimerville, New Mexico Dulcimer Festival, Common Ground on the Hill, Vermont's August Dulcimer Daze, Indiana Dulcimer Festival, and Midwest Uke Fest. Ehukai has developed new playing techniques for mountain dulcimer to play many styles of music, including blues, jazz, rock, Latin, and American traditional music.

. Numerous awards in mountain dulcimer playing and folksinging competitions in Southern Appalachian fiddle conventions, including the 2012 championship at Fiddlers Grove (NC) and the 2013 & 2014 championships at Union Grove (NC).

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Shuviel Maaravi

More Than Meets the Eye
Ehukai's catchy tunes and beautiful baritone voice drew me in from the first listen. Repeated listening reveals a rich mixture of romance, humor and pathos that resonates deep in the heart. A real treasure!
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