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Fifty Greatest Hawaii Music Albums Ever, Various Artists

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Nominated for the 2005 Na Hoku Award, this album continues to rank in the Hawaiian Top 10. Featuring The Brothers Cazimero, Amy Hanaiali`i, Emma Veary, Olomana and many other legendary musicians, this album is a treasure for the longtime Hawaiian music lover or those just discovering the music of the islands.

17 Tracks:
1. Seabird - Olomana
2. Hawaii '78 - Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwo`ole
3. Flying With Angels - Na Leo Pilimehana
4. Across the Sea - Jack de Mello Orchestra
5. Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai - Hapa
6. Hale`iwa Hula - Amy Hanaiali`i
7. You Ku`uipo - Willie K
8. Kamehameha Waltz - Emma Veary
9. Kaimana Hila - Hawaiian Style Band
10. Nani Hanalei - The Brothers Cazimero
11. Napo`ona Mahina - Ho`okena
12. Ka Mamakakaua - Palani Vaughan
13. Ku`u Ipo I Ka He`e Pune One - Nina Keali`iwahamana
14. Exotica - Don Tiki
15. Ka Makana Ka`ili Aloha - Keola & Kapono Beamer
16. Room Service - Rap Reiplinger
17. Aloha `Oe - Jack de Mello Orchestra

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