Add to EJ Playlist From left to Right: Pastor Natia Pa'aga, Jeremiah Pa'aga, Iosia Pa'aga n Iapesa Pa'aga.
Song was written by Sa'u of Alofa Tunoa Seattle, Wa.
Band: Lead keyboard- Junior Pa'aga
2nd Keyboard- Vao Milford
3rd Keyboard- Frank Vaomu
Bass- Emile Milford
Drums- Nepo Fotualii
Add to EJ Playlist I want to thank my 8 year old son, Uelese, for making this video possible with his gift as my camera man. And most of all I want to thank God for blessing me with the message through the thoughts and words of this song.
Add to EJ Playlist This was a fun video that we put together of our experiences as we recorded our theme song for the third album "UA E MANUMALO", in New Zealand The proper music video will be done in the near future, but for now...this will have to do. enjoy :D
Pastor Alesi says,
"I was going through a very desperate moment as we prepared to do our Women's Conference - DAUGHTERS OF THE KING for the first time in 2006. I was totally overwhelmed and at a loss as to how to bring this to pass. It was hard for me to see or hear God as the weight of the conference was so heavy on my heart. This song came out of that desperate moment - as I declare with this song that despite my darkness, my lack and inexperience, He is my song in the night, my strength in weakness, my source and inspiration in all things."
Add to EJ Playlist After church, singing and playing. Too bad not everybody came for this service though. Video from February 28, 2010 (evening service). My last Sunday before leaving to the RMI again.
Members in the video:
Piano: Fiti Mu'a, Jr.
Bass: Monroe Samifua
Drums: William Brokaw
Soprano: Etevise Le'iato
Alto (L to R): Trish Leuelu, Mercy Vaomu
Tenor: Mark Taumua
Videographer/Ba ckground Vocals: Malaelupe Samifua, Jr.
Those MIA: Matt Taumua, Le'ele Noa, Fa'apo Leapai, Agnes Leapai, Doreen Taumua, Lisangipame Muasau, Florence Mageo and Iosia Pa'aga