|1||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||Here's To The Girls Of The Summer|
Lyrics By – Rod McKuenMusic By – Gilbert Bécaud
|2||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||Welcome Pretty Lady|
Written-By – David Saxon, Sidney Miller
|3||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||Molokai Nui Ahina|
Written-By – John Kalapana
|4||–Aliis, The||Kanaka Pete|
Written-By – Kui Lee
|5||–Aliis, The||Beyond The Reef|
Written-By – Jack Pitman
|6||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||Didn't We|
Written-By – Jim Webb
|7||–Vicki Burton, Aliis, The||You're Gonna Hear From Me|
Written-By – André Previn, Dory Previn, Vicki Burton
|8||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||For Every Grain Of Sand On Waikiki|
Written-By – Jack Pitman
|9||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||Down By The Shack, By The Sea|
Written-By – Johnny Makai
|10||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||Sunny Days, Starry Nights (Ke La La)|
Written-By – Leon Pober
|11||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||Aloha Means|
Written-By – Kimo Mauka
|12||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||Remembering|
Written-By – Jerry Reed Hubbard
|13||–Don Ho, Aliis, The||The More I Know About You|
Written-By – Harry Sonoda
- Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
- Engineer – Don Tyler
- Lead Vocals – Don Ho (tracks: A1-A4, A6, B1-B2, B4, B6-B7), Vicki Burton (tracks: B5)
- Liner Notes – Michael Jackson
- Producer – Sonny Burke
- Production Engineer – Lee Herschberg
"For Every Grain Of Sand On Waikiki" on the cover listed as "Sands of Waikiki" on the label.
"Down On The Shack" on the cover listed as "Down On The Shack, By The Sea" on the label.
"Molokai" on the cover listed as "Molokai Nui Ahina" on the label.
Singer/co-writer Vicki Burton on the cover credited as "Vickie Burton" on the label.
"This recording employs the Haeco-CSG System and is playable on mono phonographs."
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1: Handwritten): 30.849 RS6331 A -1B ○ A
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2: Handwritten): 30850 RS6331B -1B ○ A
Side 1 of the 1969 live album 'Suck Em' Up' by Don Ho and the . Don Ho. Primary Artist. Don Ho & The Aliis. Album: Suck 'Em Up. Style: Pacific, Lounge, Vocal. Don Ho, The Aliis. Welcome Pretty Lady. Written-By David Saxon, Sidney Miller. Down By The Shack, By The Sea. Written-By Johnny Makai. Written-By Jerry Reed Hubbard. Report error. Suck 'Em Up by Don Ho and The Aliis. Release date. Reprise Records. Suck 'Em up In the Snow - Buddy Fo. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Suck 'Um Up - Don Ho. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen to online Don Ho, Aliis, The - Suck 'Em Up, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Don Ho, Aliis, The - Suck 'Em Up from authorized sellers. Rock music Pop music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label Reprise Records catalog number RS-6331. This album was released in 1969 year. Listen to music from Don Ho & The Aliis like Tiny Bubbles, Ain't No Big Thing & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Don Ho & The Aliis. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist Add an image. Suck 'Em Up. 1 listener. Don Ho employed his talents as a middle-of-the-road pop singer and musical ambassador for Hawaii to launch a mainland career that included half a dozen chart albums, numerous television appearances, and engagements at top venues starting in the mid-'60s. He was born in Kakaako, a small neighborhood in Honolulu on the island of Oahu in Hawaii and grew up in the city of Kaneohe, also on Oahu. There, he started a band, eventually called the Aliis, with himself as singer and organist. In 1962, he moved to the Oahu resort district of Waikiki, where he played in a nightclub called Duke's. He was signed to Reprise Records, which released his debut album, Don Ho Show, in 1965. Donald Tai Loy Ho August 13, 1930 April 14, 2007 was an American traditional pop musician, singer and entertainer. He is best known for the song Tiny Bubbles from the album of the same name. Ho was a singer of Native Hawaiian, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, and German descent. He was born in the small Honolulu neighborhood of Kakaʻako to Emily Honey Leimaile Silva and James Ah You Puao Ho, but he grew up in Kāneʻohe on the windward side of the island of Oʻahu. He was a graduate of the Kamehameha