|14||Kai O Mamala|
|15||Arutu Te Pahu|
|23||Maikai Ke Anu O Waimea|
|25||E Te Iwi E|
|27||Ne Leba I Valu|
|40||O Le Nifo Oti|
|41||A Koolau Au|
|43||I Am Hawaii|
|45||Taku Ripene Pai|
|46||Na Hula Mele|
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- Photography By – Cliff Hollenbeck
Recorded live at the Polynesian Cultural Center - Laie, Hawaii
-MaiKai Ke Anu O Waimea - Gentle rains of Waimea bring beauty to the land.
-Kalakaua - A tribute to the last Hawaiian monarch.
-Huehue - The story of a young PANIOLO, or Hawaiian cowboy.
-I Am Hawaii - A contemporary hula of the islands.
-Ma'ulu'ulu - A sitting hand dance of love dedicated to the Polynesian Cultural Center.
-Kailao - A war dance with the short spear.
-Tau'olunga - Dance dedicated to a volcano.
-Lakalaka - A standing dance dedicated to the king, the country and the Mormon Church.
-Tiare - Behold the fragrant Tahitian gardienia.
-Moorea - A fast-paced dance about a beautiful island.
-Aparima - A graceful hand motion dance depicting married life.
-Otui - Drums call the maidens and warriors to entertain the villagers.
-Sa Sowiri - An exciting spear dance tells the story of an ancient god.
-Ne Leba I Valu - The women of Fiji present a harmonious hand dance.
-Bula Laie - Laie is the gathering place of Polynesia.
-Ma'ulu'ulu - A show of pride, beauty and strength by the Samoan youth.
-Fa'ataupati - A humorous slap dance performed by the young men.
-O Le Nifo Oti - A victory dance at battle's end.
-E Te Iwi E - The villagers sing "Greetings of respect to you".
-Panapana - A classical women's dance showing support of the warriors.
-Haka - The defiant and ferocious warriors perform a chilling dance of war.
Overture music by Jack DeMello
Cover photo by Cliff Hollenbeck
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 4ch 7PV44318-1 05237
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 4BL 7PV44318-2 RE-1 86107
- Recorded At – Polynesian Cultural Center