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Ways & Means

The Green

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Though its music is rooted in timeless Jamaican reggae, you can’t miss the infectiously mellow aloha vibes from Hawaii band The Green’s sophomore album. “Keep On” opens with a comforting bounce as Caleb Keolanui’s timeless inflections balance a soulful ‘70s style with lyrics anchored to relevant subjects. “Decisions” starts with flawless four-part harmony, which (aside from a penchant for crafting undeniably catchy songs) is the sextet’s secret weapon. The breezy title track warms the ears like tropical winds on wet skin, especially when buttery harmonies ooze down the chorus. “Jah Love” works in underwater-sounding psychedelia and vintage analog keyboards. The more pointed “Transparent People” boasts classic horn-section tones while Keolanui calls out the toxic personality of a despicable anti-muse. Jason Hemphill cameos on the acoustic guitar–based serenade “Come In,” where the marriage of tastefully dialed Auto-Tune glues his stellar vocal phrasing to the band’s impermeable harmonies. “That’s the Way” closes with moody piano notes under a c'est la vie sentiment.

Customer Reviews

808

Choke smoke...Killah jams
Best band in Hawaii!! Wrapsumden!!

Amazing , must have for your reggae/island collection

I bump this EVERY SINGLE DAY.
Love this album and The Green is awesome live too!!!

Heavenly

This album is true reggae. The harmony in their voices is uncomparable to any other reggae band. Jacob from SOJA adds the perfect touch the song Come In. They are really good live too!

Biography

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '10s

One of the first bands to take the “Jawaiian” sound to the world, Honolulu’s the Green are a reggae four-piece whose self-titled debut album was voted Best Reggae Album of 2010 by the users of iTunes. After cousins Caleb Keolanui and JP Kennedy put their previous band, Next Generation, to rest, they recruited Ikaika Antone and Zion Thompson to form the Green. Their self-titled debut appeared in 2010, and besides its iTunes victory, it would also win Best Reggae Album at Hawaii’s 2011 Na Hoku Hanohano...
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Ways & Means, The Green
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music, Rock
  • Released: Oct 24, 2011

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