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George Helm - The Music Of George Helm A True Hawaiian download album

  • Performer: George Helm
  • Title: The Music Of George Helm A True Hawaiian
  • Genre: Country - World
  • Released: 1996
  • Style: Pacific
  • MP3 album: 1832 mb
  • FLAC album: 1533 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 166
George Helm - The Music Of George Helm A True Hawaiian download album

Complete your George Helm collection. This is the first of two LPs that were recorded live at the Gold Coin Restaurant in Honolulu and released after George Helm's untimely death.

Free download and listen The Music of George Helm - A True Hawaiian. Tracks count: 24. Views: 5. George Helm - Kauoha Mai - The Keyhole Hula 02:59. George Helm - Na Moku 'Eha 02:51. George Helm - He Aloha No 'O Honolulu 03:39.

Royal Hawaiian Hotel.

PLAY ALL. The Music Of George Helm: A True Hawaiian. Released by Hana Ola Records Jan 2007 24 Tracks.

Album · 1995 · 24 Songs. See All. A Place Called Hawaii 2. 2002. Ho'ulu'ulu 'Ekahi. The Kahauaanu Lake Trio. Na Mele Henoheno, Helu 'ekahi.

George Helm - Royal Hawaiian Hotel mp3. B5. George Helm - Ku‘u Lei Aloha mp. Watch now George Helm's video clip of album "The Music Of George Helm A True Hawaiian".

George Jarrett Helm, Jr. (born March 23, 1950 – disappeared March 7, 1977) was a Native Hawaiian activist and musician from Kalamaʻula, Molokaʻi, Hawaii. He graduated from St. Louis High School on Oʻahu, about which he said, "I came to Honolulu to get educated. Instead I lost my innocence. While at St. Louis, he studied under Hawaiian cultural expert John Kahauanu Lake, and achieved mastery in vocal performance and guitar.

Count: 24. The Music of George Helm - A True Hawaiian tracks. Kauoha Mai - The Keyhole Hula. He Aloha No 'O Honolulu. Kilakila 'O Haleakala.

The Music of George Helm - A True Hawaiian. He was a gifted musician and falsetto, but George Helm is best remembered for his martyrdom as a leader of the movement to stop military bombing of Kaho'olawe. The Moloka'i native felt a special connection to the land - Helm coined the phrase aloha 'aina, which is Hawaiian for love of the land - and he joined the first group of activists to make an illegal landing on Kaho'olawe on Jan. 4, 1976.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Kalamaula 4:12
2 Manowaiopuna
Written-By – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
3 Waikiki
Written-By – Andrew Kealoha Cummings
4 Hoonanea
Written-By – Lena Machado
5 Molokai Waltz 2:59
6 Maile Swing
Written-By – Johnny Almeida*
7 Kuu Pua I Paoakalani
Written-By – Liliuokalani*
8 Kamalani O Keaukaha
Written-By – Lena Machado
9 Pua Mamane
Written-By – Lena Machado
10 Na Moku Eha
Written-By – Charles E. King
11 Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Written-By – Mary Robins
12 Kuu Lei Aloha
Written-By – Charles E. King
13 Kimo Henderson Hula
Written-By – Helen Desha Beamer
14 Hawaiian Cowboy
Written-By – Sol Bright
15 Kalena Kai
Written-By – Charles E. King
16 Kauoha Mai - The Keyhole Hula
Written-By – Lena Machado
17 Haole Hula
Written-By – Alex Anderson*
18 Alika
Written-By – Charles Kaapa
19 Moku Kia Kahi
Written-By – Lydia Bray
20 Hiilawe 4:33
21 Papalina Lahilahi
Written-By – Alice Johnson, Johnny Noble
22 Kilakila O Haleakala
Written-By – Matlida Kauwe
23 Auhea Oe
Written-By – Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
24 He Aloha No O Honolulu
Written-By – Lot Kauwe


  • Audio Generator – Kit Ebersbach
  • Coordinator – Meleana Cord
  • Liner Notes – Harry B. Soria
  • Producer – Harry B. Soria
  • Remastered By – John Golden


This 1996-issued CD combines all of the songs on two 1977 LPs: "Music of George Helm A True Hawaiian" and "Music of George Helm A True Hawaiian, Volume 2." These LPs were from George Helm's live performances before he died at sea earlier in 1977. The second song is also sometime called "Koula," and sometimes both titles are included with one in parentheses. The songwriter probably is the senior Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs. Isaacs is also the songwriter for the 23rd selection.

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