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Larry Lenhart


From:
Ponca City, Oklahoma
Post Posted 8 May 2017 9:06 pm     Reply with quote

I love the playing of Bobby Ingano...I was wondering if you guys could recommend others for me to listen to that are similar to his playing.
Thanks in advance.
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Mitch Drumm


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Frostbite Falls, hard by Veronica Lake
Post Posted 8 May 2017 10:43 pm     Reply with quote

......"similar to his playing"...........

Not sure what you are looking for or what era of Hawaiian music has you fascinated.

10 steel players off the top of my head. Some of these guys recorded a lot under their own name and others mostly did sessions behind singers. These are big names in Hawaiian music, but of course there are dozens of others worthy of your time.


Jules Ah See
Billy Hew Len
Barney Isaacs
David Keli'i
Dick McIntire
Andy Iona
Pua Almeida
Bob Nichols
Bernie Ka'ai (Lewis)
Danny Stewart

10 singers and groups

Bill (Ali'iloa) Lincoln
Lena Machado
Genoa Keawe
Alfred Apaka
Gabby Pahinui (also a steel player)
Benny Kalama
The Polynesians
Lani McIntire
Sol K. Bright (also a steel player)
The Maile Serenaders


The above are the people Ingano would have been listening to all of his life.

Two more steel players for something different:

Rudy Wairata
George de Fretes


Get this CD:

http://www.mele.com/music/artist/duke+kahanamoku/a+beachboy+party/


Pound on Youtube to expand your taste. There's also some good Hawaiian Internet radio out there.
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Hideki Hattori


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Tokyo, Japan
Post Posted 9 May 2017 1:17 am     Reply with quote

I've talked with Bobby several times about his most favorite guitarist, his teacher David "Feet " Rodgers and Gabby Pahinui. I also learned their licks from Bobby.
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Andy Volk


From:
Boston, MA
Post Posted 9 May 2017 1:36 am     Reply with quote

Bobby: http://tinyurl.com/lmsuh63

Barney: http://tinyurl.com/l6gbnjv

Dick: http://www.territorialairwaves.com/index.php?page=30&id=196

Dick: https://archive.org/details/DickMcIntireAndHisHarmonyHawaiians

Andy: https://archive.org/details/AndyIonaAndHisIslanders-TwoSidesOfHawaiianSwing

Alfred: https://archive.org/details/AlfredApaka6Songs

Jeff: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fv4XrNr9AnI
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Steffen Gunter


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Munich, Germany
Post Posted 9 May 2017 3:40 am     Reply with quote

You might like Jeff Au Hoy

e.g.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fv4XrNr9AnI
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Norman Markowitz


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Santa Cruz, California
Post Posted 9 May 2017 11:44 am     Reply with quote

Sorry for the double post.

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Norman Markowitz


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Santa Cruz, California
Post Posted 9 May 2017 11:58 am     Reply with quote

Regarding David "Feet" Rogers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYhWq9pzvPI
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Larry Lenhart


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Ponca City, Oklahoma
Post Posted 9 May 2017 4:25 pm     Reply with quote

Wow ! You guys are great...thanks for taking the time to post those links ! I will enjoy viewing them I am sure.
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Larry Lenhart


From:
Ponca City, Oklahoma
Post Posted 12 May 2017 7:04 am     Reply with quote

Steffen Gunter wrote:
You might like Jeff Au Hoy

e.g.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fv4XrNr9AnI


Steffen,,,you got that right !! I love his tone and touch...good singer too !! thanks for that recommendation !
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Bill Creller


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Saginaw, Michigan, USA
Post Posted 12 May 2017 10:57 pm     Reply with quote

Bobby has a style that is easy to recognize, and even the his sound seems to be his own....
He almost never plays anything but a Rick frypan, but does rarely use a bakelite..
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