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Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Masters Collection 1.2 (1995)[flac]  

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Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Masters Collection 1.2 (1995)[flac] - 高老头 - 高老头

Hawaiian slack-key guitar began evolving in the 1830s, when Spanish and Mexican cowboys brought guitars to the cattle ranches of the Big Island. It became a recognizable style around the turn of the century. The term refers to the practice of slacking some strings from standard tunings to create open tunings; the thumb provides the bass line while the other fingers play melody and improvise. It might thus remind some listeners of the fingerpicking of a country master like Doc Watson, but the style has a wind-blown, wide-open quality all its own. Traditionally an accompanying instrument in a group setting, slack key has recently moved out front, and this all-instrumentals CD shows why. From the light touch of Moses Kahumoku or Leonard Kwan to the bluesiness of George Keo or Ray Kane to the pop feel of Keola Beamer, it offers the best possible introduction to the music. --John Morthland 

Slack Key great Keola Beamer defined the Hawaiian word mana as the spiritual power that emanates from a material object, that it attains during its life. The guitars on this album radiate that power. Slack Key guitarists slacken the strings of their- instruments to produce open tuning - tuning that, when strummed unfretted, produce chords like G major, G minor, A minor 7th, C 6th. Many of these tunes are slow, with pristine picking, subtle variations, and notes that seemingly ring forever. Imagine trying to write a tune, such as Moses Kahumoku plays here, about the U.S. military's use of a great volcano in your native land for bombing practice. No words: just nylon strings and wood to speak of the mountain (itself possessing great mana) and the bombs. That's power. The 11 tracks on this Instrumental Collection feature masters young and old from Dancing Cat's Slack Key series. Pianist George Winston has been recording these guys for years now, and even taught himself to play Slack Key, as heard on his duet with Keola Beamer. Here is Cyril Pahinui, son of the great Gabby Pahinui, whose recordings with Ry Cooder introduced many to the subtler sounds of Hawaii. Here is Sonny Chillingworth, who has passed, playing a tune he heard in a dream. Here is a duet of Slack Key played with acoustic lap slide, dobro style - the first recording of its kind. Here, too, are youngsters like Ozzie Kotani, playing his sister's big old beach guitar, which, cracked and chipped though it is, still has that resonance, that mana. --RhythmMusic

1.Panini Pua Kea  4:02
2.Ku'u Kika Kahinko (My Old Guitar) 3:51
3. Pohakuloa by Moses Kahumoku      4:44
4.Ke'ala's Mele  by Leonard Kwa     6:12
5.Maui Medley by Barney Isaacs, George Kuo  6:36
6.Moe 'Uhane (Dream Slack Key)  by Sonny Chillingworth  2:59
7.Kalena Kai by Keola Beamer, George Winston 4:25
8.Whee Ha Swing by Ledward Kaapana 2:37
9.E Ku'u Morning Dew by Keola Beamer  4:51
10. Waikiki Hula Medley by George Kuo 4:32
11.Punahele by Ray Kane 3:36

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Masters Collection 1.2 (1995)[flac] - 高老头 - 高老头

Hawaiian slack-key guitar began evolving in the 1830s, when Spanish and Mexican cowboys brought guitars to the cattle ranches of the Big Island. It became a recognizable style around the turn of the century. The term refers to the practice of slacking some strings from standard tunings to create open tunings; the thumb provides the bass line while the other fingers play melody and improvise. It might thus remind some listeners of the fingerpicking of a country master like Doc Watson, but the style has a wind-blown, wide-open quality all its own. Traditionally an accompanying instrument in a group setting, slack key has recently moved out front, and this all-instrumentals CD shows why. From the light touch of Moses Kahumoku or Leonard Kwan to the bluesiness of George Keo or Ray Kane to the pop feel of Keola Beamer, it offers the best possible introduction to the music. --John Morthland 


Slack Key great Keola Beamer defined the Hawaiian word mana as the spiritual power that emanates from a material object, that it attains during its life. The guitars on this album radiate that power. Slack Key guitarists slacken the strings of their- instruments to produce open tuning - tuning that, when strummed unfretted, produce chords like G major, G minor, A minor 7th, C 6th. Many of these tunes are slow, with pristine picking, subtle variations, and notes that seemingly ring forever. Imagine trying to write a tune, such as Moses Kahumoku plays here, about the U.S. military's use of a great volcano in your native land for bombing practice. No words: just nylon strings and wood to speak of the mountain (itself possessing great mana) and the bombs. That's power. The 11 tracks on this Instrumental Collection feature masters young and old from Dancing Cat's Slack Key series. Pianist George Winston has been recording these guys for years now, and even taught himself to play Slack Key, as heard on his duet with Keola Beamer. Here is Cyril Pahinui, son of the great Gabby Pahinui, whose recordings with Ry Cooder introduced many to the subtler sounds of Hawaii. Here is Sonny Chillingworth, who has passed, playing a tune he heard in a dream. Here is a duet of Slack Key played with acoustic lap slide, dobro style - the first recording of its kind. Here, too, are youngsters like Ozzie Kotani, playing his sister's big old beach guitar, which, cracked and chipped though it is, still has that resonance, that mana. --RhythmMusic

 

1.Popoki Slack Key    2:43
2.Ulili E  4:19
3.Hilo E/E Lili'u E   3:58
4.Liloa's Mele        2:48
5.Radio Hula          3:35
6.'Imi au la 'Oe      3:13
7.Pu'u Anahula        6:51
8.Hurrah Lani Ha'a Ha'a 4:14
9.Maori Brown Eyes      3:47
10.Wahine 'Ilikea       4:30
11.Lei 'Awapuhi (Yellow Ginger Lei)  4:43
12.The Beauty of Mauna Kea   5:10
13.Mai Poina 'Oe Ia'u (Not to Be Forgotten)  5:30
14.Aloha Oe  6:35
15.Ulu Niu Ke'eke'e (The Crooked Coconut Tree) 5:51
16.Slack Key Serenade
 
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