Kauhiwi Nani (Beautiful Mountain)

from by Pamela Polland

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This song was composed by Auntie Alice Namakelua in 1941 for the Maui float in the Kamehameha Day Parade. It describes the wind and rain of the NE slope of Haleakala, and above all, the majestic beauty of the mountain. The song and the sentiment it expresses have always been special to the Rohrers who make their home on the slopes of Haleakala.

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from Haleakala Ana 'Ole, released October 1, 2001
Haku mele: Auntie Alice Namakelua
Performed by Laurie and Jake Rohrer
Lead vocal, ukulele and ipu: Laurie Rohrer
Slack key and rhythm guitars: Jake Rohrer
Acoustic bass: Marcus Johnson
Harmony vocals:
Pamela Polland and Claudia Kirchmayr
Produced by Laurie Rohrer

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Pamela Polland Kula, Hawaii

An award-winning singer/songwriter, Pamela has three albums on Columbia and Epic as well as three more independently released albums to her credit, and two gold records. She has performed and recorded with Bonnie Raitt, Kenny Loggins, Ry Cooder, Joe Cocker, Leon Russell, Jackson Browne, Van Morrison, and many others. Her songs have been recorded by Linda Ronstadt, The Byrds, Helen Reddy, et al. ... more

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