Bryan Tolentino over the years has established himself as one of Hawaii’s ukulele masters steps forward with a beautiful album of contemporary Hawaiian music. "Ka 'Ukulele Lele" is a wonderful blend of Bryan’s creativity and diversity with the ‘ukulele showing both his ability as a soloist and arranger.
Tolentino’s guest musicians do a great job with well-crafted arrangements of several Hawaiian standards. They also put an unconventional spin on "Ka'a Ahi Kahului" by using the "Pardon me boy ... " line from "Chattanooga Choo Choo" as the intro to Palani Vaughan's song about a Maui railroad.
Bryan Tolentino’s, “Ka ‘Ukulele Lele” will brighten your day and will only prove to enhance your musical library to date.”