CD Hawaii's Calling Me [Bear Family] [4000127155689] (CD 1206029), Audio Other
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Hawaii's Calling Me [Bear Family] [4000127155689]


  • 1. Lovely Hula Hands
    2. Sea and Me
    3. Ka-Lu-a (Love Song of Kalua)
    4. Night I Came a Shore
    5. Echo Island
    6. Kuu Ipo Lani :: My Sweatheart Lani
    7. Hawaiian Wedding Song
    8. Drowsy Waters (Wailana)
    9. Hawaiian Bells
    10. My Wonderfull One
    11. Blue Sand
    12. Hawaii's Calling Me
    13. Beyond the Reef
    14. Hawaiin Wedding Song
    15. Song of the Islands
    16. Don't Sing Aloha When I Go
    17. Beyond the Reef
    18. Crying Steel Guitar Waltz
    19. My Isle of Golden Dreams
    20. Now Is the Hour (Maori Farewell Song)
    21. Sweet Leilani
    22. Down Where the Trade Winds Blow, The
    23. Aloha Oe :: Farewell To Thee
    24. Island Echoes
    25. Moonland, The
    26. Constancy (UA Like No More)
    27. My Isle of Golden Dreams, The
    28. Aloha Oe :: Farewell To Thee
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 15568

  • Credits
    ProducerDon Law; Frank Jones; Richard Weize (Reissue)
    Engineer

    Contains Columbia label recordings from 1954-1963 and a 12-page booklet.
    Personnel: Marty Robbins (vocals, guitar); Jack Pruett (guitar, ukulele); Jimmy Rollins, Hillous Butrum, Grady Martin, Joe Knight , Grover Lavender (guitar); Joe Vincent, James Farmer, Jerry Byrd (steel guitar); Johnny Gimble (fiddle); William Whitney Pursell, Harold Carmack, Powell Hassell (piano); Fred Cantu, Louis Dunn (drums).
    Audio Mixers: Mark Wilder; Richard Bennett .
    Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
    Recording information: Bradley Film & Recording (12/19/1953-04/11/1963); Columbia Studio, Nashville, TN (12/19/1953-04/11/1963); Jim Beck Studio, Dallas, TX (12/19/1953-04/11/1963).
    Illustrator: R.A. Andreas.
    Photographer: R.A. Andreas.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Marty Robbins.
    Marty Robbins clearly felt great affinity for the music of Hawaii, and the 28 tracks on this collection contain some of his finest and most evocative singing. Although the venture wasn't commercially successful, and the music occasionally suffers the intrusion of schmaltzy Nashville production, Robbins performs beautifully, creating a breezy mood that marks one of pop music's better attempts at the genre. ~ Jim Smith

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