Lani Kai (born George Clarence Dennis James Von Ruckleman Woodd III, August 15, 1936 – August 29, 1999) was a Hawaiian singer and actor. He had a role in the Elvis Presley film Blue Hawaii and was a regular cast member of the television series Adventures in Paradise. Kai was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was brother of Lee Woodd, and the half brother of Kalai Strode and Junelehua Robertson. His mother Lukia Luana, a Hawaiian princess was married to actor Woody Strode.
LANI KAI is TUBE 's twentieth studio album. LANI KAI～Tengoku no Umi～ (LANI KAI～天国の海～; LANI KAI ～The Heavenly Sea～ ). Manatsu e Count Down (真夏へCount Down; The Count Down to Midsummer ). Truth of Time (トゥルース オブ タイム). Renai Ryodan- (-恋愛旅団-; Love Squad ). OVER the TEARS. Makkuro K^3 (真っ黒K^3; Black K^3 ). Boku ga boku dearu tame ni (僕が僕であるために; For Me, It is I ). Treasure Island. What& Love? Kimi wa Shiranai (What& Love?君は知らない; What& Love? You Have No Idea ).
Lani Kai is a party resort which is awesome. Rooms are pretty decent. sive but they do a few happy hours at the different bars.
Snorkeling Lanikai Beach is our only recommended location on the east side of Oahu. The exposure to the very common trade-winds on this side of the island makes snorkeling challenging. And though there is a protective reef and live coral at this location, the visibility is often low making it less than ideal. On the plus side the fine white sand beach is beautiful and the waters are a nice depth for snorkeling. The beach also has a postcard worthy view of two small islands known as Na Mokulua. You should be able to see the patch reef areas from the beach.
Our Top choice is the Lanikai LK-TEU Koa UkeSB Ukulele. It’s a great choice for both beginners and intermediate players. If you’re ready to step up a notch and want to record the music you play on your ukulele, then you may find the Lanikai LK-TEU Koa UkeSB Ukulele enticing. This tenor ukulele features a beautiful Koa wood body and genuine mother-of-pearl inlays.
Lanikai, like the Hawaiian beach they get their name from, mix the serene and the stormy, pulling together lush, sparkling alt-pop vibes and swaggering ‘60s soul groove to create a timeless, distinctive sound. With one foot in the past and one in the present - one on the shore and one in the sea - Lanikai's debut sets them apart from their contemporaries. Instead of breaking under current trends, they bend with them. Instead of being haunted by influences that came before, they celebrate them with subtlety.
|A3||Red, Red Wine|
|A6||Island In The Sun|
|B2||Wear You To The Ball|
|B3||Wings Of A Dove|
|B6||Hot, Hot, Hot|