Come To Me GentlyCome To Me Gently
© 1980 Seabird Sound Inc.

Come To Me Gently is Olomana's effort to call people back to the spirit that is Hawaii. This music stressed the importance in sharing between the generations. A real labor of love, this recording was inspired by Auntie Emma DeFries who wrote "E Ku'u Sweet Lei Poina 'Ole" and taught us her Grandmother's "Pua Alani". This CD contains the only known recording of her singing.

This album received six Na Hoku Hanohano awards from The Hawaii Acadamy of Recording Arts:

  • Contemporary Hawaiian Album Of The Year
  • Album Of The Year
  • Song Of The Year - Come To Me Gently by Jerry Santos
  • Hawaiian Language Song Of The Year -
    E Ku'u Sweet Lei Poina 'Ole by Emma DeFries
  • Group Of The Year
  • Engineer- Jim Linkner
Song Titles and Composers 

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Come To Me Gently/Remember, Be Sure And Be There/Pilialoha
Jerry Santos/J. Elia/Jack Haninaea
Diamond Head Daydream
Jerry Santos
Sunny Days
Clifford Hopps
Hilo Mosquito
Robert Beaumont
The Light In The Lady's Eyes/Pua Alani
Jerry Santos/Emma DeFries
We Are The Children
Liko Martin
Young And Free
Wilfred Halm
Ku'u Sweet Lei Poina 'Ole
Emma DeFries
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