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You Should Know By Now
$12.98

Following the selection as Group of the Year at the 2011 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, the KUmZ duo continues to strive forward in perpetuating the Hawaiian culture through music and dance with their fourth release.

The phrase "You Should Know By Now" comes from the song "Do I Love You?" but it first became familiar to them as their Kumu Robert Cazimero would always say it and write it in notes and cards. The phrase has since stuck with KUmZ as a beautiful way to say I love you to someone and to express that sentiment of love.

The CD is filled with new compositions that tell stories of their haumana, places they have visited, and experiences they have shared together. The CD also features mele that were written by the haumana of Halau I Ka Wekiu.

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Melelana
$15.98
Na Hoku Hanohano award winner for Male Vocalist, Hawaiian Album and Album of the Year, "Melelana" features the favorites "The Road That Never Ends," "Melelana," "Ipo Lei Momi," and "Maunaleo." Learn More

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Hānau hou
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Some of the most successful music to come out of Hawaii in recent times has been that of Hawaiian Style Band, founded by Wade Cambern and Bryan Kessler. With mega hits such as “Live A Little (Hawaiian Style)”, “Love & Honesty” and “Let’s Talk Story”, Hawaiian Style Band shaped the music landscape of Hawaii.

Hawaiian Style Band was founded with the idea that over the years it would evolve with different members contributing to the success of the band as they develop their individual artistry--among them Israel Kamakawiwo‘ole, Fiji, and Robi Kahakalau. This project marks the beginning of the band’s latest evolution with co-producer and drummer Garin Poliahu and vocalist Tani Lynn joining original member Wade Cambern. Eleven tunes including eight original Wade Cambern songs create a new sound for Hawaiian Style Band. Enjoy!

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Protect the Boss
$59.99
You’ve never seen a secretary like this! Award-winning actress Choi Gang-Hee makes a delightful return to the small screen in the Korean TV drama series Protect the Boss. Heartthrob Ji Sung (Save the Last Dance for Me) and singer Kim Jae-Joong of pop group JYJ add to the hilarity and star power in this zippy workplace romantic comedy. Learn More

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`A
$12.98

Natalie Ai Kamauu's third CD is filled with her signature soaring vocals and heartfelt delivery of classic Hawaiian mele, along with two new beautiful compositions. A bonus track of "Sanoe" accompanied by a full orchestra will WOW you.

From the artist:

`Ā — to sparkle like a gem……

”`Ā” means to sparkle, like a gem. Iʻm not gonna lie…I love the bling. It makes me sing! Thatʻs not why I named this project “`Ā”. For my first recording endeavor, I wanted a name that would catch a few eyes and turn a few heads, hoping to lure a few ears. “`Ē” encompassed all of my feelings and emotions and so it was destiny. It truly was strange, weird and wonderful to say the least.

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SALE: The Great Queen Seondeok Vol. 1

Regular Price: $59.95

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The Great Queen Seondeok is the story of a charismatic queen who gives up her love to become the ruler of Silla and her people. With historical battle scenes, a star-studded cast and writer Kim Young-hyeon (Jewel in the Palace) helming the project, it is MBC’s follow-up historical drama to Yi San: Wind of the Palace (2008) and Ju-mong: Prince of Legend (2006).

 

During the Three Kingdoms period of Korea, Deokman (Queen Seondeok’s childhood name) was born as the younger twin to King Jinpyeong. However, due to a longstanding ominous prophecy regarding twins being born in the royal family, she was smuggled out and raised with no knowledge of her royal status. Years later, still oblivious to the truth of her birth, she fatefully ends up back in the Silla palace where she joins forces with Princess Cheonmyeong, her older sister, and Hwarang Kim Yushin to oppose Misil, a sly and conniving woman who holds substantial power in the court and wants the throne for herself.

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'Oia Ka Manawa
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Kumu Hula and musician, Kunewa Mook, shares a collection of timeless hula classics with this, his debut album `Oia Ka Manawa. Kunewa’s beautiful falsetto illuminates each track as the hula dancer brings it to life. Hula is an integral part of Kunewa’s life and has been for over 60 years. As Kumu for the prestigious Hula Halau `o Kamuela, Kunewa has achieved hula excellence over the years. This year, Hula Halau `o Kamuela took lst place in ʻAuana (modern hula), 3rd place in Kahiko (ancient hula) and 3rd Overall Winners at Merrie Monarch 2014. A truly beautiful collection of music, `Oia Ka Manawa is must have for all Hawaiian music enthusiasts. Learn More

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49 Days
$69.99
A soul-searching story that touches and surprises at every turn, the Korean TV drama series 49 Days follows a young woman’s amazing journey between life and death – with some help from a motorcycle-riding Grim Reaper. Learn More

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SALE: Will It Snow For Christmas

Regular Price: $49.99

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Will It Snow For Christmas? is the kind of pure love story that first made Korean TV Dramas so popular around the world. Top stars Go Soo (Piano, Green Rose) and Han Ye-Seul (Couple or Trouble) light up the screen in this quintessential romantic melodrama about high school friends who find their way back to each other, no matter the obstacles.
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The Navigators: Pathfinders of the Pacific
$14.99

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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Hawai'i Keawe
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Male Vocalist of the Year and Multi-Award Winning Kuana Torres Kahele introduces a 6 CD series, "Music for the Hawaiian Islands", with a tribute to Hawaii Island. Hawaiian music fans and hula lovers alike will delight in this collection of all original music from one of Hawaii's most popular artists. Let Kuana's rich vocals and enduring lyrics transport you to the lush beauty of Moku O Keawe.

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I Really, Really Like You
$35.00

Simple country girl Bong-sun (Eugene - Save the Last Dance for Me) leaves the mountains in search of her long-lost parents. Helped by an irascible Secret Service officer (Lee Min Gi - Be Strong Geum-soon, Dal Ja's Spring) and a handsome doctor (Ryu Jin - Summer Scent, Capital Scandal), she finds love and success as a cook in Seoul's most important kitchen, the South Korean President's Blue House. Along the way, Bong-sun overcomes every obstacle, learns the true meaning of family, and solves a startling riddle: Could the President himself be her father? I Really, Really Like You is a romantic comedy filled with great music, quirky characters and delicious food. It's an irresistible drama of an irrepressible girl!

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