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Keola & Moana Beamer in Concert

by Keola Beamer

For over thirty years, Keola and Moana Beamer’s artistry has thrilled audiences near and far. Keola’s award winning Slack Key Guitar and Moana’s innovative Hula breathe new life into their individual disciplines while remaining true to their roots.
Genre: World: Hawaiian
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1. Ulili E (feat. Moana Beamer & Jeff Peterson)
2:44 $0.99
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2. The Beauty of Mauna Kea
3:29 $0.99
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3. Pupu / Kahuli / Ka Huelo (Beamer Medley)
3:21 $0.99
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4. Paniau
2:36 $0.99
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5. Ke Ao Nani (feat. Moana Beamer & Kam Lan Kapuaala-Fowler)
4:10 $0.99
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6. Makee Ailana
4:20 $0.99
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7. Wahine Hololio (feat. Moana Beamer)
3:58 $0.99
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8. Kuu Hoa (feat. Jeff Peterson)
2:21 $0.99
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9. Kalapaki
3:57 $0.99
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10. Nani Haupu
5:42 $0.99
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11. Pua Lililehua / He Punahele (feat. Jeff Peterson)
4:11 $0.99
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12. Honolulu City Lights (feat. Moana Beamer)
4:01 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Produced by Keola Beamer
www.kbeamer.com



1. ʻŪlili Ē (2:45 ) George Keahi & Harry Nāʻope / Trad
An ever-watchful sandpiper dances along the shoreline following the softly-sounding waves.

2. The Beauty Of Mauna Kea (3:28) Keola Beamer (ASCAP)
“She was a constant source of strength giving us support, a strong reminder for us to stand firm in our beliefs. She was like our kupuna: a loving presence who was with us every moment of every day.” — Aunty Nona Beamer speaking of Mauna Kea.

3. Pūpū Hinuhinu / Kāhuli Aku / Ka Huelo ʻŌpae Beamer Medley (3:19) Nona Beamer / Keola Beamer (ASCAP)
Three of Aunty Nona’s favorites for the children, these songs speak of cowry shells, tree snails, and plump shrimp in the mountain streams.

4. Paniau (2:35 ) Helen Desha Beamer
Helen Desha Beamer is known for writing beautiful and timeless classics. This song for her friends at their seaside home at Paniau on the Kona coast of Hawaiʻi island is a prime example.

5. Ke Ao Nani (4:08) Mary Kawena Pūkuʻi / Trad
A simple children’s song about the beauty of nature. It was often used by Aunty Nona to teach children basic directions and how to use implements in hula.

6. Makee ʻAilana (4:19) James K. ʻĪʻī / Trad
This song recounts an amorous tryst on the small island in Kapiʻolani Park which was once known as a lovers’ haunt.

7. Wahine Hololio (3:56) Trad
Wahine Hololio represents a traditional style of songwriting in which chanted compositions are set to music. Keola’s version clearly resonates with the sounds and rhythms of the original.

8. Ku'u Hoa (2:20) Francis Kealiʻinohopono Beamer
Singing to his loving wife Louise Leiomalama Walker Beamer, Papa Beamer calls her his “companion with the sparkling eyes”.

9. Kalapaki (3:44) Keola Beamer (ASCAP)
This piece was written for Keola’s students at Aloha Music Camp. It is his “double slack” portrait of Kalapaki Beach on the Island of Kaua’i.

10. Nani Hāʻupu (5:41) Trad
A recollection of the special places surrounding the glorious heights of Hāʻupu on Kauaʻi.

11. Pua Līlīlehua / He Punahele (4:09) Kauhauanu Lake / Albert Nāhaleʻā / Trad
These two songs of love —one for a sweetheart and one for a child— are as beautiful with lyrics as without: here Keola’s treatment clearly brings out the tenderness and affection that binds two people together forever.

12. Honolulu City Lights (3:59) Keola Beamer (ASCAP)
A reflection on those feelings of aloha we all have in our hearts for Hawaiʻi, especially for those who have had to leave and yearn to return.

Total Time: 44:51

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