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Best of Brothers Cazimero
Genres: World Music, Pop
The Best of The Brothers Cazimero is an album that will pull at the hearts of those that live or have visited the islands of Hawaii. The album conveys the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands all into a 17-track album. The Bes... more »
The Best of The Brothers Cazimero is an album that will pull at the hearts of those that live or have visited the islands of Hawaii. The album conveys the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands all into a 17-track album. The Best of The Brothers Cazimero is sung both in Hawaiian and English and does justice to their noteworthy career. Definitely add this album to your collection if you want a taste of the magically and exotic Hawaiian Islands.
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Play it when you feel 'homesick' for Hawaii
Jeannette Belliveau | Baltimore, MD United States | 01/17/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Best of the Brothers Cazimero is bound to land on the CD players of anyone who has spent any time in Hawaii, as a means to summoning the beauty of the islands though far away. The song "Nani Hanalei" takes me directly to the lovely island of Kauai, and the CD as a whole reminds me of driving on Molokai near sunset as the local public radio station played tunes from the Brothers Cazimero. They sing in Hawaiian and English, and this disk serves as a nice summary of their career."
Justa Girl | 08/22/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great compilations of the Brothers Cazimero's past recordings...I really like the first song"
Brothers always maikai
Justa Girl | Hawaii | 02/17/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The Cazimero Brothers are always maikai (good) but I usually prefer the songs they sing in Hawaiian as opposed to English. However, track #16 on this album, "Come Become Hawai'i" speaks to my heart. One hula halau in Kamuela was rehearsing the hula they were putting to this mele, and it absolutely gave me chicken skin. Beautiful to listen to- beautiful to look at. If you buy this album, be sure to listen carefully to the last track. It describes beautiful Hawai'i nei so perfectly. One of the things I love about traditional Hawaiian music is how often the songs describe the beauty of the islands & the Hawaiian people. Tears to my eyes-- joy to my heart. Mahalo nui to Roland & Robert.