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the3penguins @ Oct 24 2006, 09:48 AM wrote: Cool, I didn't know he released his own stuff. I know Steve does; does Bermuda?


not really, Bermuda does some demo stuff, but Al is first priority and takes up most of his time.
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kristineslipson @ Oct 23 2006, 02:07 PM wrote: Have you listened to the whole thing yet?? I love that CD... I play it while I'm studying and stuff. My fav track is #2 (The cat one).


I don't really have a favorite track yet. I just love the whole CD! My Hawaiian Heart is one of my favs, though.
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the3penguins @ Oct 24 2006, 10:48 AM wrote: Cool, I didn't know he released his own stuff. I know Steve does; does Bermuda?


I know just the name for the next Bermuda album:

Drum Solo!!!


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From Jim's MySpace:


"Eia Mai Ka La-Here Comes the Sun",the debut CD Kimo recently produced for contemporary Hawaiian artist Kapo Ku, is now available as a release on Hawaii's Mountain Apple Company label. Featuring two Hawaiian/ English arrangements of George Harrison and Brian Wilson classics plus Kapo's unique, heartfelt original songs, this CD is great example of what could be the future of Hawaiian music.
Lot's of tasty slack key and ukulele from Kimo and other renowned guests artists, including the mysterious "Aloha Al".Get it here:

http://www.amazon.com/Here-Comes-Sun-Ka ... 16-3275120

www.mountainapplecompany.com/kapoku
www.kapoku.com



According to Kapo Ku's website, this mysterious "Aloha Al" plays accordion on the album. Hmmmmm... |)

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Smells like a mystery, Watson...

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Elvis @ Nov 23 2006, 03:21 PM wrote: From Jim's MySpace:



According to Kapo Ku's website, this mysterious "Aloha Al" plays accordion on the album. Hmmmmm... |)

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According to Kapo Ku's website, this mysterious "Aloha Al" plays accordion on the album. Hmmmmm...



on kapo's webpage there is this picture from that mysterious "Aloha Al"

http://www.kapoku.com/images/alohaal.jpg
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