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Gentle waves wafting slowly over moonlit waters .. . shimmering strands of silver shining down on warm sands . . . subtle, undulating rhythms insinuating them-selves like a soft, familiar breeze into the hearts and souls of romancers spending another glorious evening under the spell of Blue Hawaii.
Here is the music whose undulating rhythms play such an important role in that romantic Hawaiian atmosphere ... soft and soothing as the water lapping gently on the shore ... with, now and then, a light and gay sort of perk as a gentle reminder of the attractive hula dancers .. . those lovely, sun-tanned maidens whose lithe bodies and swaying hips reflect so subtly the easy, gracious ways of this land of charm and lovely living.
Here are twelve entrancing melodies - some of them international favorites . . . all of them so typical of the romance of the island of Hawaii. They are played with utmost authenticity and great feeling by seven men who have devoted their lives to interpreting these intoxicating rhythms . . . music that describes so much better than mere words can, the romance and charm of their native land.
Kamuela and his South Sea Islanders feature the usual instrumentation of Hawaiian orchestras : two steel guitars, a Spanish guitar, ukulele, bass, drums, with a flute doubling on clarinet. Kamuela, who plays all the glissading solos on his steel guitar, was born in Honolulu, where he worked in the famous Royal Hawaiian Hotel, and who, since arriving in the United States, has been featured in such noted Hawaiian orchestras as those of Lani McIntyre and Ray Kinney.
This is the music he lives and loves . .. reproduced for you as another in the series of brand new Waldorf Music Hall King-Sized records, created in the most modern studios and pressed on the finest vinyl. So join Kamuela and his South Sea Islanders as they bring you all the romance and warmth and excitement that has helped to make a living paradise for all who have ever come to Blue—Hawaii!