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RJS
Ha`aha`a

1635 Posts

Posted - 02/18/2003 :  9:11:57 PM  Show Profile
Aloha kakou,
Here is the playlist for our group CD. Listening to the recording really blows me away. Incredible talent. If you submitted something and it isn't on this list, please contact me ASAP. (If you sent it after 2/14, it is passed the deadline, so don't contact me.) I placed Andy as the first cut, 'cause I think he deserves to be there. The rest of the placements are purely random selection. There are a few songs for which I do not know the attribution and am too lazy at this point to look up - if they are your piece, please post or email the composer, lyricist and arranger if it is not you.
ALSO -- DOES ANYBODY KNOW AN EASY WAY TO SQUEEZE 2 1/2 MINUTES MORE ONTO AN 80 MINUTES CD? I hate to sit through burning 24 extra CD's, not to mention wasting CD's for 2 minutes.

Here's the PLaylist:
A Andy Wang: Double Slack Swing (Original)
B Keith Marzullo: Lahainaluna by Kui Lee
C. Russell Letson : "Morning Dew," by Eddie Kamae and Larry Kimura.
D. Lawrence Bryant: Moe Uhane by Sonny Chillingworth
E: Hideki Hattori: Kalena Kai by Charles E. King
F. John W. Nelson: Wai Ulu, by Lala Mahelona & George Kalelohi Sr
G. Breeze Please: Aloha ‘Oe/Isa Lei, by Queen Liliokalani / Traditional
H. Leo Kahilliwa: Queens’ Jubilee, by Queen Liliokalani
I Craig Patchett: Kani Ki Ho’alu by Ozzie Kotani
J. Cynthia Bryant: Kaulana o’Hilo Hanakahi by Lena Machado
K Don Naurup: Don’s Mele (Original)
L. Sarah Whitaker: Auwe by Ray Kane.
M. Gary Anwyl : Mino'aka, by Keola Beamer
N Stacey Moore: Mauna Loa by Helen Parker
O. R.J.Stovich : Ku’u Lei Awa’puhi by Emily Taylor
P. Ross : Nanea Kou Maka I Ka Le ‘Ale’a/Salomila, by King David Kalakaua) / Traditional
Q. Lee Thovson : Mauna Loa by Helen Parker
R. Dusty Foster: Hula Medley, Traditional
S. Fran Guidry : Saimin Slack Key Ekahi, (Original)
T. George Kahumoku Jr : Ku Lana Kila, by (Original)
U Indy: Slack Key Lullaby by Led Ka’apana
W Cmdr. Piffle: Mele O E Haole I Ka Liponia (Original)

Extras:
X. Cynthia and Lawrence Bryant : Ku’u Lei Awa’puhi by Emily Taylor,
Y. S.F.Nahenahe Chorus: Moloka’I Nui A Hina, Traditional

I'm fairly busy right now, so I hope to get each of the contributors their copy in the mail by mext Thursday or Friday. Mahalo Nui Loa to all of you for your cooperation and contributions.
Raymond Stovich
San Jose

Edited by - RJS on 02/19/2003 7:06:14 PM

rossasaurus
Lokahi

USA
304 Posts

Posted - 02/18/2003 :  9:36:04 PM  Show Profile  Send rossasaurus a Yahoo! Message
Beautiful Raymond; I can't wait to hear it!

About the extra 2 mins; Somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't MP3's smaller, and they play on most/all CD players?

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Lawrence
Ha`aha`a

USA
1586 Posts

Posted - 02/18/2003 :  10:30:32 PM  Show Profile
Raymond,

Hurrah! Hurrah!

Can I say my "Ears are Watering" (in Hawaiian?) NO! ;-)

1) If you have the Nero CD burner it will do an "overburn".
two minutes is about the max you can get away with on an 80 min
disc (by my experience, with Costco TDK discs). I can tell
you how to set up Nero for overburn (or you can read their help).

2) I have 6 CD players in the house (notincluding the computers)and
one in the car and NONE of them will play MP3 discs. Only players
made in the last 2 or 3 years will play MP3's, and, unfortunately,
there are several "standards" for MP3 players that have evolved
over that time. Most current MP3 capable players are compatible,
but not all. Even the car manufactures have not placed MP3
capable players in as standard equipment. So the safest thing is
a regular "rainbow-book" audio CD (CDA). (I, for one, would like
to burn MP3 CD's right now as I am currently involved in two
multi-CD production efforts)


Hope this helps.


Mahope Kakou...
...El Lorenzo de Ondas Sonoras

Edited by - Lawrence on 02/18/2003 10:36:57 PM
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Admin
Pupule

USA
4538 Posts

Posted - 02/18/2003 :  10:46:09 PM  Show Profile  Visit Admin's Homepage  Send Admin an AOL message  Send Admin an ICQ Message  Send Admin a Yahoo! Message
Aloha kakou,

Mahalo nui loa to RJS for starting this and for making it happen. Mahalo to all of you who have contributed! Ah hell, mahalo to everyone posting and/or reading this.

I'm psyched to listen to everyone play. I know RJS is very busy so I'm very appreciative of the time he's putting into this. On that note, I'm going to send my check before RJS makes my CD.

Me ke aloha.

Andy
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RJS
Ha`aha`a

1635 Posts

Posted - 02/18/2003 :  11:15:20 PM  Show Profile
Lawrence
Don't have Nero, but I love the pun on "burning" and "Nero"
What is a regular "rainbow-book" audio CD (CDA).
Raymond
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Julie H
Ha`aha`a

USA
1206 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  01:31:52 AM  Show Profile
Boy, do I feel left out!!!!

I would so love to hear this CD, but since I didn't get my act together in time to record something, I guess I'll never hear it....
Boohooo. Maybe someone will let me borrow theirs after they've worn it out? Julie
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cpatch
Ahonui

USA
2187 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  03:30:01 AM  Show Profile  Visit cpatch's Homepage  Send cpatch an AOL message
Raymond, depending on what software you're using to burn the CD you should be able to set the standard 2-second gap between tracks to 0 (except for the first track, which buys you an extra 44 seconds.

Also, I haven't forgotten about the Word doc...I had planned on doing it this past weekend and got sick instead. If you still need it I will try and get it done this week or weekend at worst (I figure you're planning on emailing it to everyone).


Craig
My goal is to be able to play as well as people think I can.
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oaklandslacker
Aloha

China
47 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  04:41:59 AM  Show Profile
Or, you could speed up the music by a factor of 5%. That would give everybody enough space, and Chipmunk-like vocals.
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Sarah
`Olu`olu

571 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  10:56:44 AM  Show Profile
Wow! This is exciting! What a lot of entries, and the variety of them is impressive--and cool!

Thanks again, Raymond. We're really looking forward to hearing everyone.

-Sarah
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cmdrpiffle
`Olu`olu

USA
541 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  11:35:04 AM  Show Profile
Julie,
Do you really think that would happen? You are so covered.



Mike

my Poodle is smarter than your honor student
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Lawrence
Ha`aha`a

USA
1586 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  1:08:25 PM  Show Profile
Raymond,

The orignal Audio CD spec was known as "Red-Book" because it was published in a Red colored Book by Phillps and Sony in the 80's. The additions to the spec then resulted in other colored books (blue, yellow, etc). So a generalized term for the whole set is "Rainbow Book". MP3 discs are outside this universe of standards (at the moment) but will probably be included as soon as all the manufacturers can agree.

NERO Yeah - it is known as "Nero burning rom". I think you can download a free demo from the website "nero.com" which will work for XX days (but I am not sure). Other burning apps also can do overburn (such as CDRWIN), but Nero is the easiest for me to deal with and still has lots of options for knob twiddlers.

You know, if you burn just a few cuts on the second disc(s) they will burn very quickly, just mark them #2 with a Sharpie throw em in the envelope and you'll be done.

Or just toss a coin and leave off one cut from the extras.

You actually got just about the right amount of material considering the probabilities, I am surprised that it came out so close.

Mahope Kakou...
...El Lorenzo de Ondas Sonoras

Edited by - Lawrence on 02/19/2003 1:17:10 PM
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wdf
Ha`aha`a

USA
1135 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  1:29:10 PM  Show Profile
Raymond,

Mahalo nui loa for all of your efforts.

BTW, you have my selection listed twice as R. and V. If it's really on twice you could delete it once and recover time. Hal Kinnaman lists "Traditional" as the credits for "Hula Medley".

Dusty
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cpatch
Ahonui

USA
2187 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  1:56:11 PM  Show Profile  Visit cpatch's Homepage  Send cpatch an AOL message
Raymond, there are a few typos on the playlist. Do you want corrections or did you just type it for this post?


Craig
My goal is to be able to play as well as people think I can.
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RJS
Ha`aha`a

1635 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  2:12:51 PM  Show Profile
To All,
Any errors you see on the playlist, please notify me - this will be the base of the final list.
As I'm finding/being told of errors, I'm going back and correcting the list, so check it occasionally for most current update.
Craig, please email the written stuff when you get a chance.
Dusty - thanks for noticing your duplicate -- you sent in a CD and there was a copy of the CD Craig sent. Solves my timing problem.
Thanks to all,
Raymond

Edited by - RJS on 02/19/2003 2:18:32 PM
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cpatch
Ahonui

USA
2187 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  2:41:47 PM  Show Profile  Visit cpatch's Homepage  Send cpatch an AOL message
Based on some quick research, Nanea Kou Maka was written by King David Kalakaua under the pen name "Figgs" and Isa Lei (a beautiful Fijian love song about a forbidden relationship) was supposedly written by a medical student named Thomas (I vote for "Traditional"). Also, George Kahumoku's last name is misspelled.

Craig
My goal is to be able to play as well as people think I can.
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Russell Letson
Lokahi

USA
491 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2003 :  4:50:12 PM  Show Profile  Visit Russell Letson's Homepage
Erratum: for track C, it's Eddie Kamae (not Kame).

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