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Kealiʻi Reichel - Kawaiokalena mp3 download

Performer: Kealiʻi Reichel
Title: Kawaiokalena
Location: Studio Ala Moana
Duration: 47:56
Released: October 21, 2014
Size MP3 version: 1831 mb
Size FLAC version: 1219 mb
Size WMA version: 1858 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Genre: International

Kealiʻi Reichel - Kawaiokalena mp3 download

Album · 2014 · 15 Songs. Kawaiokalena Keali'i Reichel.

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Carleton Lewis Kealiʻinaniaimokuokalani Reichel (born 1962) popularly known as Kealiʻi Reichel, is a popular and bestselling singer, songwriter, choreographer, dancer, chanter, scholar, teacher, and personality from Hawaiʻi. He has spent his life educating the world about Hawaiian culture through music and dance. Kealiʻi (pronounced Keh-ah-LEE-ee) Reichel was born and raised on the island of Maui.

In 2004, his album of the previous year, Keʻalaokamaile (2003), won four of the top awards at the 27th Annual Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (Hawaii's regional equivalent of the Grammy Awards) including Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year, Hawaiian Album of the Year and Song of the Year. Reichel also won big at the 38th annual Na Hoku Hanohano Awards in 2015, with his album of the previous year, Kawaiokalena.

Kawaiokalena is the much-anticipated release from Keali’i Reichel, adding to the legacy of his artful interpretations of Hawaiian music and chant. The common thread throughout touches upon his upland Maui home and its transcendent surroundings, sharing his sensitivities and love of his world with the listener.

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Kawaiokalena is the much anticipated release from Keali i Reichel, adding to the legacy of his artful interpretations of Hawaiian music and chant. In recent years, he refocused his attention to hula and expanded his cultural teachings around the World. This album includes many hula and chant oriented selections, as well as some of his live stage signature selections that have not yet been recorded. A thread, throughout, touches upon his upland Maui home and its transcendent surroundings, sharing his sensitivities and love of his world with the listener.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Kiha A Pi'ilani Kealiʻi Reichel 1:20
2 Kawaiokalena Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 3:40
3 Koali Kealiʻi Reichel 3:03
4 Haleakala Mountain Ku'ululu Boy Kealiʻi Reichel 1:05
5 Ke Aloha Lei Collins / Maddy K. Lam Kealiʻi Reichel 3:40
6 Ka Nani O 'Ano'i Pua/Holokai Hula George Manoa Huddy / Ellen Herring Kamaunu / Kimo Alama Keaulana Kealiʻi Reichel 3:35
7 Hawai'i Johnson Enos Kealiʻi Reichel 4:46
8 Mele Ho'ala Moku Mark Mancini / Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 3:15
9 He Lei No 'Aulani Kealiʻi Reichel 3:04
10 No Luna E Ka Halekai No Kama'alewa Kealiʻi Reichel 3:17
11 O 'Oe No Paha Ia Devin Kamealoha Forrest / Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 3:37
12 'Omata Pahe'e Te Aloha Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 3:10
13 The Promise Tracy Chapman Kealiʻi Reichel 4:21
14 A Pi'iholo Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 2:05
15 Home Michael Bublé / Alan Chang / Amy Foster-Gillies Kealiʻi Reichel 3:58


Jeff Auhoy - Bass, Guitar (Steel), Vocals
Nathan Aweau - Vocals
Milan Bertosa - Engineer
Deandre Brackensick - Vocals
Michael Bublé - Composer, Lyricist
Alan Chang - Composer, Lyricist
Tracy Chapman - Composer, Lyricist
Lei Collins - Composer, Lyricist
Frank Ka'iuokalani Damas - Ukulele, Vocals
John Dennis - Music Supervisor
Johnson Enos - Composer, Lyricist, Producer
Kehaulani Enos - Translation
Devin Kamealoha Forrest - Composer, Lyricist
Amy Foster-Gillies - Composer, Lyricist
Uilani Friedman - Photography
Humberto Gatica - Mixing
Michael Grande - Engineer, Piano, Producer
Michael Grandt - Piano
Bernie Grundman - Mastering
Claire Hazzard - Violin
Iwalani Ho'omanawanui - Bass, Featured Artist, Piano, Ukulele, Vocals
Sean Michael Hower - Photography
George Manoa Huddy - Composer, Lyricist
Scott Johnson - Graphic Design, Photography
Kainani Kahaunaele - Featured Artist, Guest Artist, Vocals
Joshua Kahula - Acoustic 6-String Guitar
Lehua Kalima - Vocals
Ellen Herring Kamaunu - Composer
Kekuhi Kanahele - Featured Artist
David Kauahikaua - String Arrangements
Halau Ke'alaokamaile - Featured Artist
Kekuhi Kanahele Kealiikanakaoleohaililani - Arranger, Photography
Kimo Alama Keaulana - Composer, Translation
Steve Kempster - Mixing
Adam Klemens - Conductor
Henry 'Aiau Kauka Koa - Guitar (12 String)
Fred Krauss - Liner Notes, Producer
Ku'ululu Boy - Composer
Maddy K. Lam - Composer
Jamie Lawrence - Bass, Guitar
Dana Leong - Cello
Jim Linkner - Engineer, Producer
Zachary Lum - Arranger, Guitar, Vocals
Mark Mancina - Producer
Mark Mancini - Composer, Lyricist
Joanna Morrison - Cello
Puakea Nogelmeier - Liner Notes
Dean Parks - Guitars
Ethan Pernela - Viola
Shawn Pimental - Acoustic 6-String Guitar, Bass, Bottle, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Producer, Tuba, Ukulele, Vocals
Mark Portmann - Arranger, Piano
Clyde Pound - String Arrangements
Prague Orchestra - Strings
Kealiʻi Reichel - Composer, Liner Notes, Lyricist, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Naomi Stephens - Vocals
Neil Stubenhaus - Bass
Lance Winston - Vocals
Hung Wu - Violin
Keali’i Reichel is a pillar of the Hawaiian cultural renaissance. In addition to being a singer, composer, dancer and choreographer, he has taught Hawaiian culture and language, curated museum exhibits, founded a hula school and was a founding director of a Hawaiian-language immersion school. Kawaiokalena, his eighth album, is suffused with poetry and enchanting melodies, but like a good novel, film or painting it also has a powerful sense of place; indeed, many of the song titles are Hawaiian place names. The traditional "Koali" is an homage to the surf, fragrance, plants and birds of eastern Maui. "Mele Ho’ala Moku" (Fragrant District) is a chant that identifies Oahu’s six districts and calls on them to awaken. The title track, with music and lyrics by Reichel, highlights his mellow tenor while paying tribute to upland Maui. The 15-track collection includes love songs like the lush and relaxed "Ke Aloha," backed by a chamber music group; and one good drinking song, "‘Omate Pahe’e Te Aloha" (The Slippery Nipple is My Affection) describing several nights of carousing with friends and drinking the butterscotch-flavored concoction in the title. Among the album’s three tracks in English is a cover of "Home" by Michael Bublé; in Reichel’s case, “home” is not just a comforting idea, we also know exactly where it is.