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Hawaii Five-O is an instrumental album by the Ventures. It is named for the popular 1968 television series, and featured the theme song from the series as its title track. It was released in 1969 on Liberty Records LST-8061 and reached on the Billboard Top LP chart, staying for 24 weeks. The album was certified gold by RIAA on July 21, 1971. The popularity of the album was propelled by the hit title track, which reached on the Billboard Pop Singles chart. Hawaii Five-O" (Morton Stevens) – 1:59.
Speaking of Jan Rap, he was not the composer of Hilo March, or some of Dennis Music tracks. Hilo March, and Lonely at the Beach was composed by The Hawaiian Serenaders. The rest of the Dennis Music's Jan Rap "Hawaii" ESCD 508 Tracks that was used in SpongeBob are composed by George De Fretes back in 1969. Jan Rap publish these track around the late 80's. Hilo March first came out in 1970 in a Album "Aloha Hawaii".
Jan Rap & His Orchestra. The large group features ukulele, acoustic guitars, a rhythm section, and a number of male and female vocalists singing in the high falsetto style typical of traditional Hawaiian music. Opening track "Nostalgic Hawaii" features some strong Western swing-influenced guitar work alongside vibraphone and ukulele, but tracks like the excellent "South Sea Loving" and the near-virtuosic "Sunny Samoa" best display the band's impressive chops, with the dueling steel guitars generally taking the front seat.
Surf Rock The Ventures. 队列表 Surf Rock The Ventures Hawaii Five-O. Band Name The Ventures. 5. Don't Give in to Him. 6. Theme From A Summer Place. 7. Medley: Spooky, Traces, Stormy.