Hawaii Five-O (album)

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Hawaii Five-O
Studio album by The Ventures
Released May 10, 1969
Genre Instrumental
Length 28:56
Label Liberty Records
Producer Joe Saraceno

Hawaii Five-O is an instrumental album by The Ventures. It was released in 1969 on Liberty Records LST-8061 and reached #11 on the Billboard Top LP chart, staying for 24 weeks.[1] The album was certified gold by RIAA on July 21, 1971.[2] The album was propelled by the hit title track, which reached #4 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart.

The song "Hawaii Five-O" was featured in the film "50 First Dates" (2004).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hawaii Five-O" (Morton Stevens)- (1:59)
  2. "Lovin' Things" (Jet Loring, Artie Schroeck)- (2:31)
  3. "Galveston" (Jimmy Webb, Al De Lory) - (2:40)
  4. "The Letter" (Wayne Carson Thompson, Dan Penn)- (2:10)
  5. "Don't Give in to Him" (Gary Usher)- (2:12)
  6. "Theme from A Summer Place" (Max Steiner, Percy Faith)- (2:16)
  7. "Medley: Spooky/Traces/Stormy" (Harry Middlebrooks, Mike Shapiro, B. Buie, J. Cobb)- (4:25)
  8. "Medley: Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In" (Gerome Ragni, James Rado, Galt MacDermot, Bones Howe)- (2:49)
  9. "Games People Play" (Joe South)- (2:46)
  10. "I Can Hear Music" (Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, Phil Spector) - (2:37)
  11. "Dizzy" (Tommy Roe, Fred Weller, Steve Barri)- (2:31)


  1. ^ The Billboard Albums, 6th ed. Joel Whitburn. 2006. Record Research Inc. p. 1100. ISBN 0-89820-166-7
  2. ^ RIAA Gold & Platinum