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Hapa

this album has almost their best hits and is one of their best albums. hapa has turned around hawaiian contemporary music into another big step. i enjoy their music and since i live on the mainland, when i listen to their music, i feel like im on the islands.

Beautiful Hawaiian Music and Harmony

Their harmony is so beatiful and remarkable. It reminds me of sacred, beautiful part of Hawaii and not really the local life of Hawaii. Not noisy but more quiet and calming. It is such a great album. It is worth the price. If you live in Hawaii you should have heard one of their songs.

re:Hapa

Hapa means half white and half hawaiin. But anyways, i love the way they sound and they have beautifal harmony

Biography

Genre: World

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The Hawaiian duo Hapa teamed singers/guitarists Barry Flanagan and Keli‘i Kaneali‘i, who first met in 1983; deriving their name from a pidgin slang expression for "ethnically mixed, " Kaneali‘i (a Honolulu native) and Flnagan (a product of New Jersey who relocated to Maui in 1979) then spent the next decade honing their distinctive sound, an update of traditional Polynesian textures and rhythms incorporating elements of pop and worldbeat. Building a devoted following throughout the islands, in 1993...
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: World, Music
  • Released: Jun 02, 1998

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