#1
My band is going to do a hawaiian themed party. And we need to learn a few Hawaiian songs, or songs that have that feel. Any ideas?
#4
look up Israel Kamakawiwoole.

He really is probably your best bet.

otherwise checkout this site,
Hawaiian music of many types.

http://www.tropicalstormhawaii.com/

click on mele hawai'i, and bear in mind a majority of the tabs on there are for ukulele.


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French, from participle of flamboyer to flame
1:Characterized by waving curves suggesting flames
2:Marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colorful display or behavior

#6
Volcano, obviously. Bring a few guitars to the gig, hawaiian music is usually in drop tuning.
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#7
Tune your guitar to D-G-D-G-B-D or C-G-C-G-C-E and bust out a slide and just start playing some random fingerpicking patterns.
#8
Dude, listen to the guy who lives in Hawaii.

go on the site.

Flam·boy·ant
French, from participle of flamboyer to flame
1:Characterized by waving curves suggesting flames
2:Marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colorful display or behavior

#10
Quote by TheReverend724
learn some pepper
there from hawaii
that or some songs by islands


pepper is hardly Hawaiian music.

Flam·boy·ant
French, from participle of flamboyer to flame
1:Characterized by waving curves suggesting flames
2:Marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colorful display or behavior

#11
there is a nice song on the pulp fiction soundtrack. bustin surfboards i think its called but dont remember exactly who plays it. tornadoes maybe? dunno
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#13
Ekolu
Rebel Souljahz
Search them up on Myspace music.
Yes I am from Hawaii.


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..but fun if you're a tourist!
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Last edited by SuperRitsu at Aug 1, 2008,