Music CDs by Antion
Hawaiian Chant, Sacred Music and Ceremony: Antion 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 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
Antion writes occasional articles and blog posts. Some are highlighted here.
29th August, 1967 Only two days later, we were slated to appear on one of the UK’s hottest TV shows. Simon Dee was originally a pirate radio DJ on Radio Caroline. In 1967, BBC 1 gave him his own TV show, the first chat show on Brit TV, called Dee Time. It proved to be...
August 11th, 1967 I had returned from California to London to find the Brit version of the “Summer of Love” in full swing. On August 11th, we played the Friday night session of the national Jazz and Blues Festival. I had played this festival in 1965 with Steampacket...
24th July, 1967 I returned to London with a swagger in my step. After all, I was 22 years old and I had played not only the first rock music festival in history, but also two legendary venues in California. I would like to think I was not full of myself, but I...