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  1. What we've got here is "failure to communicate..." Anyway, rock the weekend away with this spirited Rock song.;)
  2. Tavana asks the basic question of our times, about Love, Brotherhood, and Giving instead of Taking...
  3. It's a new year, so here's a song about starting over...
  4. The chaos pf Christmas/Holiday shopping is enough to drive one crazy, especially looking for parking or navigating The Mall. Take off those soggy shoes, set your packages down, pour yourself something to take the edge off, and play this "Meet Me In St. Louis" movie classic song. See you in 2020.;)
  5. "The Fiddle Man," a song written for composer Sam L'ia
  6. Submitted for your approval, a laid back song about a Significant Other.
  7. Submitted for your approval, a song about now and tomorrow. Have an interesting weekend.
  8. Halloween horrors have passed and November has arrived. Is there something or someone that you'd like to come back? Here's the original Kapena "front three" asking an eternal question...
  9. It's the weekend before Halloween, and TV is full of the usual suspects. (Vampires, Ghosts, Werewolves, Zombies, big business folk;) In keeping with the season, here's an ethereal performance from a local band... Streetlight Cadence: "Thinking of You" Justin Young - "Until the Morning"
  10. The Holiday Spendy Season is approaching. Here's a tale of someone chronically short of cash, just to remind you to "keep holiday spending under control."
  11. Submitted for your approval, a 'Ukulele instrumentalist presents a "Lord of the Rings"-level war theme. Shredded 'Ukulele, anyone? This week, "Hi Sessions" had other virtuosos on tap. Aidan James - "Don't" Jeremt Cheng - "Brown Sugar"
  12. Friends. Some dependable, with the right work or action to brighten up your day. Then, there's the problem friend, who you might have known all your life, who has a challenging life. Do you have a "Roger" in your life?
  13. As Summer slips away with Halloween is just around the corner, here's a simple love song to start your day...
  14. Some have all the luck, The Right One is the one you grew up with. A song that celebrates the one who has always been "right before your eyes." Too slow? Fly along with Aidan James as "One of The Ones"
  15. How about a love song, asking the "usual question" for the upcoming Labor Day weekend?
  16. So, Your relationship is coming apart in the heat and humidity of the Summer? Keep it going with some effort, or let it slide into the past? Time to flip a coin...
  17. Here's a tribute to Dennis Kamakahi, a longtime composer of Hawaiian music from "Wahine 'Ilikea" to "Pua Hone." Just right as we approach "The Dog Days of Summer" and the approach of "The Most Wonderful Time of The Year" (Back to school, according to that notorious Staples commercial.;) 1996 Staples commercial Who was "Rev. Dennis Kamakahi"?
  18. It's been a hot, humid Summer, watching with nervous anticipation as Hurricanes approach. For those long, languid days of Summer, here's a modern Standard with Hawaiian lyrics part way through. Just cool enough for relief from Summer in the city...
  19. This song was originally a duet with Fiji, but here Irie Love "does a single" love song.
  20. As a pointy-eared sage once said: "Patience you must have, young Padawan."
  21. Submitted for your approval, a song about home, or is it? Is this sung to an absent lover, begging her return? Or is it a "home is where you hang your hat" kind of song? Time to "git on back to Salome.";)
  22. One 'Ukulele and one upright Bass. Take an instrumental journey to the sea...
  23. For the approaching weekend, a love song with singers harmonizing about a lover...
  24. For the weekend, a 'Ukulele player uses his feet.
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