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Kealiʻi Reichel - Ke'alaokamaile flac album

Performer: Kealiʻi Reichel
Title: Ke'alaokamaile
Style: Slack-Key Guitar,Ethnic Fusion,Hawaiian,Oceanic Traditions,Worldbeat
Duration: 52:57
Location: Audio Resources, Nu'uanu
Relesed: November 18, 2003
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 130
Other formats: AU FLAC WMA DMF DXD ASF

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.

Despite the thematic frame, however, the album, as a collection of material, follows essentially the same formula as other Reichel albums, combining originals and songs by his musical associates with some older and traditional Hawaiian material and a few covers of songs in a soft rock/adult contemporary vein.

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Keʻalaokamaile. 1. Ka Moʻokuʻauhau O Kamaile Puhi Kane. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Kealiʻi Reichel. Aulani: Music of the Maka'ala.

Album · 2003 · 15 Songs. Ke'alaokamaile Keali'i Reichel. Listen on Apple Music.

Keali'i Reichel's Ke'alaokamaile is a concept album about his immediate ancestors, specifically his grandmother. This allows him to choose songs touching on various aspects of Hawaiian culture and fill the sepia-toned CD booklet with photographs of his relatives and nostalgic reminiscences of his childhood

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. Reichel grew up in the town of Lahaina where he attended Lahainaluna High School, however he spent weekends and summers with his maternal grandmother in the plantation town of Pāʻia

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 the State of Hawaiʻi. 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 the State of Hawaiʻi.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ka Mo'o Ku'auhau O Kamaile Puhi Kane Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 2:08
2 He Lei No Kamaile Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 1:44
3 Ka Nohona Pili Kai Puakea Nogelmeier / Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 3:56
4 Fields of Gold Sting Kealiʻi Reichel 4:24
5 Pupu A'o 'Ewa Traditional Kealiʻi Reichel 2:43
6 Mele 'Ohana Damon Williams Kealiʻi Reichel 3:35
7 For the First Time Jud Friedman Kealiʻi Reichel 3:32
8 Na 'Ono O Ka 'Aina (The Delectable Taros of the Land) Traditional Kealiʻi Reichel 3:34
9 E Pili Mai Larry Lindsey Kimura / Peter Moon Kealiʻi Reichel 2:55
10 Kaiona Puakea Nogelmeier Kealiʻi Reichel 3:37
11 Lahaina Luna Dan Fogelberg Kealiʻi Reichel 4:05
12 You Were There Kenneth Edmonds Kealiʻi Reichel 5:02
13 Lei Hana I Ka Makani Ualau'awa Kealiʻi Reichel 3:55
14 Ka Nohona Pili Kai Puakea Nogelmeier / Kealiʻi Reichel Kealiʻi Reichel 4:27
15 Goodbye My Friend Karla Bonoff Kealiʻi Reichel 3:20

Credits

Ama Aarona - Group Member
Judy Barrett - Violin
Kapono Beamer - Assistant Engineer, Bamboo Flute, Guitar, Producer
Karen Bechtel - Cello
Angie Blaisdell - Choir/Chorus, Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Karla Bonoff - Composer
Manu Boyd - Group Member
Mark Butin - Cello
Matt Catingub - Guest Artist, String Arrangements
Nanette Dudoit - Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Kenneth Edmonds - Composer
Dan Fogelberg - Composer
Jud Friedman - Composer
Karen Fujimoto - Cello
Catherine Gola - Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Glenn Goto - Guest Artist, Keyboards
Bernie Grundman - Mastering
Claire Hazzard - Violin
Ronnda Heinrich - Photography
Tony Hugar - Technical Assistance
Scott Johnson - Graphic Design
Uncle Willie K. - Guest Artist, Guitar, Guitar (12 String), Ukulele
Charles Ka'upu - Translation
Kalei Kahalewai - Bass, Choir/Chorus, Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Lehua Kalima - Guest Artist, Vocals
Chris Kamaka - Bass, Group Member
Henohea Kãne - Chant
Kanoho Harris, Nalei - Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Larry Lindsey Kimura - Composer
John Koko - Bass, Guest Artist, Guitar (12 String)
John Kolivas - Bass, Guest Artist
Fred Krauss - Liner Notes, Producer
Jamie Lawrence - Bass, Guitar (12 String)
Jim Linkner - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Tish Manganag - Choir/Chorus, Group Member, Vocals (Background)
El Manganang - Choir/Chorus, Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Peter Moon - Composer
Clay Mortensen - Vocals (Background)
Na Palapalai - Guest Artist
Lori Nagasako - Guitar
Puakea Nogelmeier - Composer, Language Consultant, Liner Notes
Oahu Church Of Christ Gospel Choir - Vocals (Background)
Radical Rob Onekea - Keyboards, Sequencing
Sharon Pascual - Choir/Chorus, Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Paulettes - Vocals (Background)
Clyde Pound - Guest Artist, String Arrangements
Punahele String Sextet - Guest Artist
Jeff Rasmussen - Guitar
Kealiʻi Reichel - Adaptation, Composer, Guitar, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Cammi Saba - Choir/Chorus, Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Dean Saba - Choir/Chorus, Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Maya Shiraishi - Violin
Glen Smith - Group Member
Naomi Stephens - Vocals (Background)
Sting - Composer
Kehau Tamure - Group Member
Kuana Torres - Group Member, Guitar
Traditional - Composer
Dave Tucciarone - Keyboards, Mix Down
Carlos Villalobos - Producer, Sequencing
Alan Villaren - Guitar
Christin "Tina" Washington - Choir/Chorus, Group Member, Vocals (Background)
Damon Williams - Composer
Lance Winston - Vocals (Background)
Hung Wu - Violin
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