Lehua Records Stereo Recorded in Hawaii 1981
First off, the sound quality. Almost everything Lehua Records has released on CD has sounded terrible. They recently reissued the group's first five albums on CD, and I'm not sure if it's because the masters don't exist, but I'd rather listen to the vinyl, which is superior sounding.
Because of this fact, I have to take away three stars. But as far as the group, the vocals, and their music, it deserves a five. Their style of Hawaiian music was from the Big Island, and the two brothers (Ledward and Nedward Ka'apana) and their cousin (Dennis Pavao) had a style that was all their own. It was also a style that would be imitated countless times through their existence in the 70's. This album has a number of their great songs, including "Sweet Lei Mokihana", "Pua Lililehua", and the tearjerker "God Bless My Daddy/Mom".