Decca DL7-4826 (12-in. long-playing (stereo))

The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca L 13420 [A] 3/30/1964 Akaka falls / Haunani
Decca L 13421 [A] 3/30/1964 Au hea Oe / Haunani
Decca L 14112 [A] 7/13/1966 Bird of paradise / Pua Almeida
Decca L 14114 [A] 7/13/1966 Sweet Leilani / Ed "Kamanaloha" Kenney
Decca L 14115 [A] 7/13/1966 Lei Aloha, lei makamae-1 / Ed "Kamanaloha" Kenney
Decca L 14116 [A] 7/14/1966 Green rose hula / Pua Almeida
Decca L 14117 [A] 7/14/1966 The bamboo is bending / Ed "Kamanaloha" Kenney
Decca L 14118 [A] 7/14/1966 I'll remember you / Ed "Kamanaloha" Kenney
Decca L 14129 [A] 7/15/1966 The Hawaiian wedding song / Sonny Kamahele ; Surf Serenaders, The
Decca L 14130 [A] 7/15/1966 Marna's muu muu / Hilo Hattie
Decca L 14131 [A] 7/15/1966 South sea Sadie / Hilo Hattie
Decca L 14133 [A] 7/26/1966 The Hasegawa general store / Hilo Hattie

Primary Performers:

Ed "Kamanaloha" Kenney (vocalist)
Haunani (vocalist)
Hilo Hattie (vocalist)
Pua Almeida (instrumentalist : steel guitar)
Sonny Kamahele (vocalist)
Surf Serenaders, The (Musical group)


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