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Island Style
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Hawai'i's top talents and Hoku award winners come together on "Island Style." Some of the biggest names in Contemporary Hawaiian Music lend their talents and join newer talents destined for stardom. A vocal debut cut by Desiree Cruz of the famous Cruz family and new solo performances by Pomai (from Pomai & Loeka) and Randy Lorenzo. Eleven vocal tracks and one instrumental round out this remarkable CD.

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Rap: Hawaii's Comic Genius
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For the first time, Hawai‘i audiences will get a chance to know the man behind the comedian or as Rap would say 'humorist', in Rap: Hawaii’s Comic Genius. Woven throughout the special are highlights from the characters and routines that have brought joy and laughter to generations of fans: Aunty Marialani, Fate Yanagi, Room Service, Mahalo Airlines, Willy Maunawili, and the stuttering priest, to name just a few. (Also included are scenes from newly- found home movies of Rap as a young boy performing the hula and other acts for the camera, revealing that he was destined for show business from an early age.)

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Hawaiian Style Love Songs
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Hawaiian Style Love Songs from Neos Productions is a mix of Island Contemporary, Pop and Reggae love songs performed by popular island artists. With 17 tracks of feel-good island rhythms, this beautifully packaged compilation is a true product of Hawai'i. Featuring Hawai'i Music Award winners Justin, Norm, Reality, Herb Ohta, Jr.; Na Hoku nominees and winners Troy Fernandez, Kela Keala of Ekolu, Kawika Regidor, B.E.T., popular island style entertainers Ka'ala Boys, Florent Atem and more, Hawaiian Style Love Songs is jam packed with smooth grooves and island style aloha. Learn More

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The Navigators: Pathfinders of the Pacific
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Restored & Remastered Edition.

Over 1,000 years ago, the scattered islands of Polynesia were settled by an ancient seafaring people. Where did they come from? How did they navigate across the vast Pacific Ocean to settle one-third of Earth's surface?

To find out, anthropologist Sam Low visited the tiny coral atoll of Satawal, in Micronesia's remote Caroline Islands, to film Mau Piailug as he guides his canoe by using subtle signs in the waves, winds and stars. In his lofty canoe house he teaches the intricacies of this ancient sea science in a ceremony called "unfolding the mat" by arranging 32 lumps of coral to represent the points of his "star compass."

Thor Heyerdahl thought Polynesia was settled from South America by voyagers who drifted aboard primitive rafts like Kon Tiki, pushed along by prevailing winds and currents. But he was wrong. The Navigators follows archeologists working on the Tahitian island of Huahine, in Fiji and Hawaii as they prove that Polynesia's settlers forced their way against the winds and currents from Island Southeast Asia aboard large seaworthy double-hulled canoes. In a dramatic demonstration, Mau Piailug guides a replica of such a vessel, Hokule`a, from Hawaii to Tahiti - 2500 miles across the ocean without benefit of sextant, compass, or any other Western navigational instrument.

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