Together We Rise Hāwane Rios

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  • 1Directions - feat. Nahko Bear03:46
  • 2It's Everything - feat. ʻEkolu Mea Nui 06:35
  • 3Together We Rise07:24
  • 4Mana Wahine05:16
  • 5Wānanalua - feat. Chadd Paishon & Pomai Bertelmann 05:01
  • 6Kanaloa Ola04:49
  • 7Free The Streams04:20
  • 8Kapu ka hā - feat. Sara Tone & Lanakila Mangauil05:13
  • 9Aloha ʻĀina ʻO ia ʻiʻo04:10
  • 107th Generation Nation05:20
  • 11Burden Of Many05:18
  • 12E ʻOni a Paʻa03:48
  • 13Warrior Rising - feat. Lākea Trask08:14
  • 14You See (Bonus Track)04:18
  • Total Runtime01:13:32

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Hãwane Rios – hörbare Lebensart aus Hawaii. Klänge und Musik die Geschichte, Gegenwart und eine hoffnungsvolle Zukunft vereinen. Sie ist Stimme eines ganzen Volkes, ihrer Vorfahren und der heutigen Generation. Spiritualität und ihre Indigenen Wurzeln spiegeln die hawaiianische Kultur in jedem ihrer Lieder. Hāwane erhebt Ihre Stimme für Gleichberechtigung und erinnert an die Stärke, die in jedem von uns und im kollektiven Wachstum liegt. „Together we Rise" Sie singt über die Wertschätzung für die Natur und allen Lebewesen. Ihre klare Intention ist Freiheit und Frieden auf der ganzen Welt. "Directions" ist der erste veröffentlichte Song bevor im Juni 2019 das komplette Album erscheint. Schon in der Originalversion von "Directions" (2016) ruft Nahko Bear and Medicine for the People die vier Himmelsrichtungen auf, um die Geschenke, die Zeremonie und den Austausch von Musik als Medizin für die Menschen zu empfangen. Die hawaiianische Künstlerin Hāwane Rios webt in der neuen Version des Songs die hawaiianische Sprache ihrer Vorfahren in das Lied ein und ehrt dabei die Verbindung zu Wākea (Himmelsvater) und Papahānaumoku (Erdmutter). Gleichsam sendet sie mit dem Lied als Gebet, Hoffnung an die Herzen aller Menschen, an alle heiligen Orte, Berge und Wasserwege. Hāwane Rios hat zusammen mit Nahko Bear ein spirituelles Meisterwerk erschaffen, das durch seine einfühlsame Melodie, sowie einem kraftvollen Text, die Zuhörer auf eine emotionale Reise der Führung begleitet.

Häwane Rios, Gesang

Håwane Rios
Mai ka wailele aweawe 'o Hi'ilawe a i ka haka lewa kai 'o Nu'alolo, ke aloha nui ia kåkou a pau loa.

My name is Håwane Rios and I come from the small country town of Waimea on Hawai’i Island, nestled in the protection of the majestic and sacred Mauna Kea. My roots stretch from the rolling hills of Kohala to the sandy beaches of ‘Änaeho’omalu. My connection to the Earth Mother is deep and true for my family, Pua Case and Kalani Flores have raised my sister Kapulei and I to know that the Earth is as much a part of us as we are a part of it. The beautiful power of the elements has served as inspiration for my musical compositions strengthening my connection and respect for this land as I continue to sing my praises for this world. The gentle breeze that touches my skin to the comforting feeling of the seas embrace captures my heart and inspires me to honor them with song. I have learned that music sends out a kind of healing vibration that holds the power of change in its core. It is never ending and travels onward touching souls one chord at a time. My hope is to write and lift my voice in honor of those who came before, those who live now, and those who are yet to come.

I wrote this original composition, Poli'ahu i ke kapu, in 2008 as a tribute to Poli‘ahu, snow goddess of Mauna Kea. The song speaks of the natural beauty of Mauna Kea and compares the snowfall, bright stars, soft clouds, cool mist, and mountain itself to this divine goddess. This song is a representation of the unwavering connection to the natural world that must be rekindled in these changing times. It is our responsibility to protect and care for this land as we do ourselves.

I recently released this piece in September 2011 on iTunes and other online music stores to bring awareness about the further desecration of our sacred and beautiful Mauna a Wäkea that would occur with the proposed construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on its summit. Proceeds from the sales of this song are being donated to the KAHEA Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance Mauna Kea Legal Defense Fund to protect the sacred and cultural landscape on this mountain.

I would like to send out my deepest gratitude to Sonny Lim, musical engineer and arranger of this project. Out of his sincere support of my efforts he donated his personal time and studio expertise to this recording. His daughter, Anuhea Lim, served as engineering assistant and was a delight to work with as well. I was very honored to get the chance to work with this 'ohana for my first single for I was raised listening to the beautiful music that they play. Mahalo palena 'ole e ka 'ohana Lim.

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