Eddie Kamae opening monologue in Lyon Arboretum 8/28/88 tape 2
Continued from title 25773, footage of Eddie Kamae recorded in the Lyon Arboretum in Mānoa Valley, Oʻahu on August 28, 1988 with monologue used for the beginning of the documentary "Liʻa: The Legacy of a Hawaiian Man." Kamae talks about meeting Sam Liʻa Kalainaina to talk about music. Liʻa told Kamae "people tend to wait for the right people to come along." Kamae also shares how blessed he feels that Kalainaina wanted to share his music with him so he could one day share it with others. Includes Kamae strumming his ʻukulele.
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