Written-By – Charles E. King. B5. On The Beach At Waikiki. Written-By – G. Stover, H. Kailimai. B6. Hawaiian Farewell Song. Arranged By – W. Edwards Written-By – Queen Liliuokalani.
Blue Hawaii - Al Kealoha Perry. 3. On the Beach at Waikiki - Al Kealoha Perry. 4. Aloha Oe - Al Kealoha Perry. More by The Hawaii Calls Orchestra.
Al Kealoha Perry was musical director for thirty years, 1937–1967. The first show reached the West Coast of the continental United States through shortwave radio. At its height, it was heard on over 750 stations around the world. The albums contained renditions of popular Hawaiian and hapa haole songs as arranged by the "Hawaii Calls" musicians. There are also several compact disc compilations released by Hula Records, the company that owns the rights to the "Hawaii Calls" name and the show's surviving archives.
This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Webley Edwards.
Hawaii Calls Orchestra, Al Kealoha Perry. Hawaii Calls Orchestra, Al Kealoha Perry - Now Is The Hour (Haere Ra) 02:49. Hawaii Calls Orchestra, Al Kealoha Perry - Akaka Falls (Wai Lele O Akaka) 02:28. Hawaii Calls Orchestra, Al Kealoha Perry - Aloha Oe (Hawaiian Farewell Song) 02:32. Hawaii Calls Orchestra With Al Kealoha Perry - Na Lei O Hawaii (Song Of The Islands) 02:53.
|A1||Imi Au Ia Oe (King's Serenade)|
|B1||On The Beach At Waikiki|
|B2||Aloha Oe (Hawaiian Farewell Song)|
|EAP 1-715||The Hawaii Calls Orchestra And Chorus With Al Kealoha Perry Presented By Webley Edwards||The Hawaii Calls Orchestra And Chorus With Al Kealoha Perry Presented By Webley Edwards - Hawaii Calls: Favorite Instrumentals Of The Islands (7", EP, Mono)||Capitol Records||EAP 1-715||Australia||Unknown|