Music CDs by Antion
Hawaiian Chant, Sacred Music and Ceremony
Antion Meredith is well known in Hawaii and commands an unprecedented respect. His outstanding dedication to sacred oli, chant, was acknowledged by an invitation to be the first westerner to have an oli written especially for him for a prestigious international competition in Hawaii.
His mastery is recognized in invitations such as leading the opening ceremonies, prayers and chants for the Kauai welcoming of the new Governor of Hawaii, an honor normally reserved for only Kahuna (of priestly blood lineage) thus breaking traditional protocol.
One in the Goddess
The album features a rich blend of textures drawn from Hawaiian, East Indian, New Age and Ambient sources. Antion’s incredible voice soars above each track singing and chanting in Hawaiian, Sanskrit and English.
Kamali’i O Ka Po (Child of the Night) Oli (Chant)
Kamali’i O Ka Po (Child of the Night) Mele (Song)
E Ku’u Aloha (Oh My Love)
Kahea U’ilani (The Call of the Heavens)
One in the Goddess
Prayer of St. Francis – (Dedicated to the memory of Singh Kaur)
Kamali’i O Ka Po – Remix
Love, Serve and Remember
Ke Lei Mai La
Live on Kauai
Hawaiian Songs of Love, Healing and Blessing
The rich sound of Antion Meredith singing Hawaiian favorites. Recorded live at Caffe Coco in Wailua, Kauai.
Ka Wai Lehua
Ku Au E Hele
Na Pali Outlaw
Ku’u Home ‘O Kahalu’u
From the Blog History
The Scotch – Part 2
After we played our first set, it was time for Jimi to do his thing. Chas introduced him and he took the stage with Brian, Roger Sutton on bass and Clive Thacker on drums. And James Marshall Hendrix playing for the first time on a James Marshall amp, a pleasant...
The Scotch – Part 1
On that fateful night, exactly 50 years ago, I left home at around 7:45 pm. Climbing into my 63 Yellow VW Beetle (Bug), I drove the 15 miles to the West End of London in about half an hour. Often Brian Auger (see pic) and I would drive together to gigs like this but...
Chanting for the Governor
A unique sequence of events ... The Hawaiian Islands and the Hawaiian people are unique in many ways. Their indigenous culture is rich in story, song and chant and is uniquely different from other Polynesian cultures. “Oli”, chanting in the Hawaiian language, is still...