Daily Aloha: Ng, The Shaka & An F-22

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Today’s blast of Aloha comes courtesy of Captain Allison Ng (Emma Stone) as she gives the Shaka sign while sitting in a Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor. Emma was the first civilian to sit inside the cockpit of these majestic F22s. She is sworn to secrecy on what she saw…

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Daily Aloha: Meet General Dixon

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Of course that’s the one and only Alec Baldwin as General Dixon in Aloha. As you recall, Alec also worked with Cameron on Elizabethtown back in 2005. I’ll be posting a variety of Aloha pictures each day leading up to the film’s release on May 29th.

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Daily Aloha: When It Began

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Cameron shared this behind the scenes photo yesterday via Twitter. It’s a Bradley Cooper taken photo with his leading ladies Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams during rehearsals for Aloha in Honolulu.

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Aloha Clip: “I Really Loved You”

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The first clip from Aloha has been released over at E! Online and focuses on Brian Gilcrest (Bradley Cooper) and Tracy Woodside (Rachel McAdams). Aloha will be in theaters in just about a month!

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Songs of Aloha

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It’s been a big week for Aloha announcements. Today, we want to share the soundtrack cover and tracklisting. It will also include liner notes from Cameron when its released on CD and digitally on May 26th via Legacy Recordings, Madison Gate Records and Vinyl Films Records. A vinyl edition will happen later this Summer.

As an exclusive tidbit for the Uncool readers, legendary Slack-Key guitarist Ledward Kaapana will also appear in the film!

  1. Hanohano Hanalei – Alfred K. Alohikea
  2. Tropical Swing – Bobby Ingano
  3. Alika – Genoa Keawe
  4. I’ll Weave A Lei of Stars For You – The Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
  5. Slack Key Lullaby (Live at Maki’s Studio)  – Ledward Kaapana
  6. Ipo Lei Manu – Cyril Pahinui
  7. Kids and Dogs – David Crosby
  8. I Know I’m Not Wrong – Fleetwood Mac
  9. I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do) –Daryl Hall & John Oates
  10. Take My Advice – Kurt Vile
  11. A Field of Birds (Live at KEXP) – The Tallest Man on Earth
  12. Midnight Mix – Jónsi & Alex
  13. Vapour – Vancouver Sleep Clinic
  14. You and Jake – Evening Hymns
  15. Come and Find Me – Josh Ritter
  16. Always Gold – Radical Face
  17. Let’s Go Out Tonight – The Blue Nile
  18. Heart Is a Drum – Beck
  19. Shooting Stars – Jónsi & Alex

 

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Aloha Poster

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Today marks the arrival of the Aloha poster. Cameron’s latest will be out on May 29th in North America and we will be sharing much more in the coming weeks.

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David Bowie – Creem Magazine ’76

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Happy Friday. Here’s a new addition to the site today, Cameron’s interview with David Bowie from the May, 1976 issue of Creem magazine. We hope you like it.!

Space Face Changes The Station

David Bowie Pulls A Lazarus

Andy Kent is one of the most important freelance photographers in the music business. At 28, his well matched wardrobe, trimmed hair and full beard give the look of a successful young businessman. Which he is.

Yet, after six years of shooting almost every L.A. concert, Andy’s motivation has long since transcended fandom. It is now a job. He and his partner Neal usually flip coins over who has to shoot a local performance. The winner gets to stay home.

It’s been two weeks since the beginning of David Bowie’s 1976 worldwide concert blitz, of which Andy Kent is official tour photographer. These days, he is a changed man. Gone is the apathy of someone who has seen a loud rock and roll band a few hundred times too many. Now Andy feverishly scans the radio for Bowie records. He speaks constantly of the man’s genius. He arrives at Bowie’s show hours before they begin. He helps the band choose their on-stage attire. He discusses and critiques the set every night with Bowie. Andy feels important. “I told David the other night,” he reports, “that I haven’t worked this hard in years. I really feed off his energy.”

Andy Kent is only one of a thirty-nine person entourage that is powered by the same blind devotion to David Bowie. It is not hard to become totally drawn in by the man – he has a special talent for making all those around him feel as if they are, indeed, most crucial to his vision. Yet, in the end, Bowie has them all on salary. Ever since his costly (millions were lost) split with ex-manager Tony De Fries, he manages and owns himself entirely.

This is Bowie’s first tour since that incident. Likewise, the current stage show is a virtual one-man tour de force. There are no sets, costumes, glitter or dancers. For the first time in years, it’s just David.

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Singles Archives #5: Mark Arm Letter

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From the archives, here’s the note that Mudhoney’s Mark Arm left for Cameron after looking around the Singles production office. This ultimately led to Mudhoney’s “Overblown”. Much more on that later as Vinyl Films preps the Singles Deluxe Soundtrack release…

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