Here’s a very odd one. In Oahu, Hawaii, sits the Polynesian Cultural Center, which is among many things, an educational center, with, it seems, some sort of reconstructions of various traditional Polynesian visits, as well as a performance one. All sorts of shows go on there. It is also right next to the Church College of Hawaii and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Temple - in fact, a sizable portion of its staff seem to be Mormon missionaries. This is a souvenir record from that attraction - I found no date on it, but it appears very 70s to me - and it’s amusing to me that when visitors go see an “authentic” show of Polynesian dance and music, they are unwittingly treated to a Tongan celebration of the prophet of Mormonism, as well as another song that celebrates the beauty of the Mormon temple. “Any festival is not complete without Lakalaka.” I bet. Is “Lakalaka” Tongan for polygamist?