A Hawaiian Legacy The haunting thrum thrum of the pahu echoes through mysterious rain forests. The rhythmic strum of ukulele accompanies graceful hula maidens. The melodic twang of steel guitars add an exotic touch to the strains of the Island Music. Over the decades, despite many changes in style, the essence of Hawaiian music has remained true from generation to generation - a legacy of love from parent to child. Although Kapena is best known for their electrifying sound that brought them to the forefront of the local music scene, they also established a solid body of work that is pure Hawaiian in it's flavor and heart. This, their 18th album, is an anthology of beloved Hawaiian songs. Enduring legacies from our own Kupuna such as "Kaula'ili", the paniolo lament sung by countless Tutu to their Mo'opuna, the nostalgic "Love Song Of Kalua" which evokes memories of the swaying hula girls in gowns of red holoku, as well as the falsetto showcase, "Kalamaula" that recalls the beauty of Kalamaula Homestead. Kelly Boy's daughter, Kalena De Lima graces this album cover as a symbol of the new generation bearing our traditions forward into the new millennium. E Ola Mau Na Mele O Hawaii Long Live Hawaiian Music.