"The new dance clubs that are in process of organizing will need the
new members to see them as reliable, dependable, credible,
helpful, respectful, open, responsive and honest."
"Fly Me To The Moon" by Jimmy Borges
We can safely say that much of the sound of music on Oahu will never hurt our ears. That is, you don't so much hear the sound of each instrument, you hear it filling the small space we are enjoying. The sound of the entire band seems to float, like a cloud, above the booths. The sound can be beyond what most of us have ever experienced from excellent acoustic recorded music.
"Blue Hawaii" by Amy Hanaialii
In those and other experiences, the music connection was stronger than it could ever be from recordings, but for the most part most of us actually prefer recorded music. First and most obviously because it's a repeatable pleasure that we can have any time we want it. Next, recorded music is, after all, perfected and approved by the artists -- live music may be subject to the vagaries of chance.
"Many people may call it dance, but most dancers call it life."