Reichel, Keali'i / Ke'alaokamaile
Album: Ke'alaokamaile   Collection:World
Artist:Reichel, Keali'i   Added:Feb 2005
Label:Punahele Productions  

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 26, 2005: At the Caffe Bohemian
He Lei no Kamaile (Chant)
3. Feb 08, 2005: At the Cafe Bohemian
He Lei no Kamaile (Chant)
2. Mar 19, 2005: At the Cafe Bohemian
He Lei no Kamaile (Chant)

Album Review
Reviewed 2005-03-03
Pronounced Kay-a-LEE-ee Rye-SHELL. I thought the music in Hawaiian much better than the music in English (save yourself the pain of listening to track 4 – a Sting cover). It’s not bad, it’s just not great and definitely not for purists. It’s a bit slick and the English tracks are really not worth it.

1. Cheesy spoken word intro. Flute, female chant of genealogy.
*2. Very cool chant/drum blend. Great sound, wonderfully done.
3. Sweet, delicate song of home. Rather pretty, really.
4. Fields of Gold. Slow & basically soulless.
*5. Guitar/vocals in a sweet, lively Hawaiian classic.
6. Slow, sad and kinda smarmy.
7. Slow & folksy blend of vocals/guitar.
*8. Uptempo w/some good guitar work.
9. A slow love song.
10. Another slow track/ with a sense of sadness.
11. Midtempo,. Guitar/chorus, lyrical.
12. Slow folk rock w/a big chorus finish. Um, no.
*13. Drum & chanting. Why isn’t there more of this?
14. Overdone remix of #3. The original is better.
15. Slow song of goodbye.

Track Listing
1. Ka Mo'oku'auhau O Kamaile   8. Na 'ono O Ka 'aina
2. He Lei no Kamaile (Chant)   9. E Pili Mai
3. Ka Nohona Pili Kai   10. Kaiona
4. Fields of Gold   11. Lahainaluna
5. Pupu A'o 'ewa   12. You Were there
6. Mele 'ohana   13. Lei Hana I Ka Makani Ualau'a
7. For the First Time   14. Ka Nohona Pili Kai (Remix)
  15. Goodbye My Friend