The Wild Hawaiian Reviews
The New York Times
February 2, 2007
"....it will signal a reconsidertion of what constitutes authenticity in Hawaiian music. Not because he plugged in -- the electric guitar has its origins in Hawaiian music, after all -- but because he cross-pollinated cultures with such panache."
The Maui News
July 20, 2006
"Kapono has crafted a landmark recording, the most bold, radical and innovative album of his entire career.“
"As if channeling the ferocious power of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the scorching guitar of Jimi Hendrix, Kapono opens "The Wild Hawaiian" with a stunning version of Kui Lee's "Na Ali'i," rendered as a slamming, hip-hop flavored rocker."
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