|Performer:||Irene West Royal Hawaiians|
|Title:||Papio Huli Medley / Ua Like No A Like|
|Other format:||AU DMF APE MP1 MMF MIDI VOC|
A. –Irene West Royal Hawaiians. B. –Pale K. Lua. Ua Like No A Like. Companies, etc. Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co. Notes. A - Hawaiian Stringed Instruments B - Hawaiian Guitar. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A, Stamped): 2 B 17804A. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B, Stamped): 2 Y 17804B.
A - Hawaiian Stringed Instruments B - Hawaiian Guitar.
S Cortes Y Sus Hawaiinos Master's Hawaiians Pat Patterson, His Champion Rep Riders Kanui & Lula . Moke Moana Serenaders . Barnes, His Blue Ridge Ramblers King, Queen, Jack Unknown German Orch Danny Stewart Ray Kinney, His Royal Hawaiians Les Loups Roland Peachy, His Royal Hawaiians Kamsuku, Kawaihae Radars & Sonny Fulton RDM Band Brass Rail Fabulous Emotions Psychodelic Frankie UFO's.
Pale K. Lua – David K. Kaili Of The Irene West Royal Hawaiians. 0 0 0. Minnehaha Medley Waltz, Indiana March. Pale K. Lua And David K. Kaili. Kilima, Hawaiian Hotel. Palie K. Irene West Royal Hawaiians, Pale K. Lei Poni Moi (Wreath Of Carnations), Ua Like No A Like. E. K. Rose With Hawaiian Quintette, Hawaiian Quintette. 연대별 Pacific 음악 릴리스.
Performer: Pale K. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 17807A Catalog number: 17807-A.
Pale lua & david kaili. LUA & DAVID K. MINNEHAHA MEDLEY Waltz.
The Royal Hawaiian Trio performs "Kaala Medley" and "Waonahele Medley", both recorded on August 30, 1926. Seems a little quiet over here.
Born and raised in rural West Virginia Alkire utilized his skills as a guitarist and musician to become a teacher and composer for Oahu Music Company in October 1929 after having traveled to Pittsburgh to study electrical machines as an employee for a West Virginia coal company. He became music director for the Oahu Serenaders which performed on over 1000 coast-to-coast broadcasts for NBC and CBS that aired from Cleveland, Ohio during the first years of network radio. Folder 5: Drowsy Waters, Ua Like-Noa Like. Performer: Ferera's Hawaiian Instrumental Quartet. Folder 6: Mahina Malemaiama Waltz, Kawaihau Waltz. Performer: Irene West Royal Hawaiians. Performer: Pale K. Lua, David Kaili. Folder 12: Hilo-Hawaiian March, Kohala March. Folder 13: Hilo-Hawaiian March, Wailana Waltz.
|A||–Irene West Royal Hawaiians||Papio Huli Medley|
|B||–Pale K. Lua||Ua Like No A Like|
|17804||Irene West Royal Hawaiians / Pale K. Lua||Irene West Royal Hawaiians / Pale K. Lua - Papio Huli Medley / Ua Like No A Like (Shellac, 10", RP)||Victor||17804||US||1918|