Alfred apaka - i will remember you / beyond the reef - Hawaiian Art & Wildlife at Hilton Hawaiian Village

The cause of the princess' death is still unknown; she is said to have simply taken to her bed and refused all food. In mid January 1887, a large school of fish called ' āweoweo was seen off the coast of the island of Hawaii. The massing of the bright red fish close to shore was considered an omen of death for members an aliʻi family. On February 2, 1887, Princess Likelike died at age 36, before her daughter reached her teenage years. Some people have asserted that she did this to appease the anger of Pele, goddess of volcanoes. It was said in her last hours she predicted that Kaʻiulani would never marry and never become Queen. This prophecy later became true. There were rumors that she was prayed to death by a powerful ʻanāʻanā. [ citation needed ]

Ho had ten children: six with his wife and four more from two subsequent relationships. His children often worked with him, either onstage, backstage, or with his business. He loved to work with his children, teaching them the entertainment business. [5] His daughter Hoku performed with him in his Waikīkī show and in 2000 went on to become a nationally known recording artist in her own right. In 2005, he sang a song that was used as the opening theme to the direct-to-video and DVD movie Aloha, Scooby-Doo! .

The Hilton Hawaiian Village celebrates its 50th anniversary.  Following its debut at No. 8 in 2010, Duke Kahanamoku Beach moves up five places to No. 2 on Dr. Beach’s annual Memorial Day list for America’s top 10 beaches.

 · ABC-Paramount Album Discography, Part 2 ABC-200 to 299 (1957-1959) By David Edwards, Patrice Eyries, and Mike Callahan Last update: September 1, 2005

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As with their first 100 albums, the second 100 albums yielded only two charters, both by Eydie Gormé. ABC-Paramount did, however, beat all of the major labels to the market with stereo records, having them in the catalog as early as June, 1958, while the others took until summer or fall of 1958 for their first stereo records to appear. In addition to Audio Fidelity, who introduced stereo records in late 1957, by July, 1958, only the following labels had issued stereo records: ABC-Paramount, Cook, Counterpoint, Hallmark, Period, Stereo, Stereovox, Urania, Vanguard, and World Wide. Most of these were labels dealing with classical music. The first ABC-Paramount stereo issues were ABCS-218, 219, 221, 223, and 224.

The first label was black with silver printing. Above the center hole was a white "ABC-PARAMOUNT" around the top of the label. At the bottom of the label was "A PRODUCT OF AM-PAR RECORD CORP." in white. Stereo issues had "STEREO" in large silver letters to the left of the center hole. The promotional label was white with black printing. The graphics were the same as the commercial label. This label was used from 1955 until late in 1961 at approximately ABC 400.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail . Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with ABC-Paramount, ABC, or MCA Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (all of which are out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2002 by Mike Callahan.

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