Ray Kinney with Dick McIntire & His Harmony Hawaiians – 1936

Decca856

“Uheuhene (Hawaiian Shouting Song)”
Ray Kinney with Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians
May 27, 1936 (Decca 856 A mx DLA 374)
Uheuhene (Hawaiian Shouting Song)

“If Your Aloha Means I Love you (Then I’m Happy)”
Ray Kinney with Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians
May 27, 1936 (Decca 856 A mx DLA 373)
If Your Aloha Means I Love you (Then I’m Happy)

 

Here is a record featuring a combination that I really enjoy – vocalist Ray Kinney backed up by the steel guitar playing of Dick McIntire along with his band.  I think this is fun music  – especially “Uheuhene”

If you enjoy these selections, you might want to check out my June 8, 2013 posting in which I featured another nice Decca record by Kinney and McIntire.

Aloha.

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2 Responses to Ray Kinney with Dick McIntire & His Harmony Hawaiians – 1936

  1. Jorge Andrés Cunibertti says:

    ¡Música deliciosa!

  2. Pat_h says:

    Neat stuff. I sort of have a soft spot for music of this type and have at least one 45 rpm record that was recorded, of this type, not all that long after this.

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