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Hawaiian Music - Kaleohano Israel Kamakawiwo'ole - IZ

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Uploaded on Jun 28, 2008

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Hawaiian music at its best! Pure chicken skin performance by the late Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (IZ) at the 1996 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards.

Listen to this message straight from the heart of Braddah IZ. On the biggest evening for Hawaiian music, the Makaha Sons decides to join Braddah Iz on stage and ho'oponopono all that had happened in their past. As I watched this broadcasted on KFVE I remember being overwhelmed with emotions. It was basically both sides saying sorry through their actions and voices. On June 26, 1997 Israel Kamakawiwo'ole died.

Your music lives on Braddah IZ. Hawaiian Music lovers I share this one with you all. Malama pono from www.pipeline2paradise.com -Pu'ukani

Kaleohano
by Louis Moon Kauakahi


Kaleohano, `o Kaleohano kou inoa
Kaleohano (a name meaning:The Voice (of) Authority and Respect),
Kaleohano (is) your name
Ku'u home, ku'u home, ku'u home `o Keaukaha*
My (in a form expressing affection) home, my home, my home, Keaukaha
Kaulana `o Keaukaha
Famous (is) Keaukaha

(E hana hou i ka paukû mua loa )
(Repeat first verse)

Kaleohano, `o Kaleohano kou inoa
Kaleohano, Kaleohano (is) your name
Ku'u 'âina, ku'u kulâiwi, a huli i ke kai
My land, my native land, and dashing and receding (is) the sea
Kaulana `o Keaukaha.
Famous (is) Keaukaha.


Aloha au iâ Mauna Kea, i ke anu o ke ahiahi
Love I Mauna Kea (meaning, White Mountain, referring to mountain on the island of Hawai`i), in the cold of the evening.
Ho'olono, ho'olono, ho'olono i ka leo ka makani
Listen, listen, listen to the voice of the wind
Keaukaha nô e ka wahi.
Keaukaha indeed, the place.




(E hana hou i ka paukû hope)
(Repeat last verse)

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