Rani de Leon – Tizita Radio (10.09.17)

Rani de Leon is a performing arts programmer, music curator and DJ. From the discerned dancefloor to the avid music listener, he is known for weaving international sounds and all expressions of soul in a seamless and sophisticated style. He is founder and curator of Soul in the Park, a 4-year residency which created a community around emerging live musicians and DJ’s from Los Angeles. He is also co-founder, curator and resident DJ of Radio Afrique, an event series which celebrates the richness of music and film from Africa and the diaspora.

TIZITA RADIO is sublime music inspired by the joy of remembering, and the feeling of longing for something that will never return.

      Rani de Leon - Tizita Radio (10.09.17)


Ketema Mekonnen – Tizita
Pygmies Aka – Aka Girls, Forest Peoples Music, a sweet Lullaby
Burundi Musique Traditional – Whispering Song accompanied by Inanga
Nuno Canavarro – #15
Motohiko Hamase – Pascal
Jorge Reyes – El Arrullo de la Mujer Dia, Mujer Luz
Lamento Borincano
Andres Jimenez – Pobre Sigue Sufriendo (The Poor Keep on Suffering)
Beken – Kwa Pam (Ma Croix)
Super Jazz Des Jeunes – Jai Peche
Altiery Dorival – Ti Ca
Super Jazz Des Jeunes – Ala Kote Gen Fanm
Rodrigue Millen – Mwen Ta Renmen Konnen
Orchestra of the Eighth Day – Dancing in the Wind
Iftiin Band feat. Mahmud Abdalla – Anaa Qaylodhaankaan
Iftiin Band feat. Mahmud Abdalla – Xuduud Ma Leh Xubigaan
Adhan (youtube field recording)
Dawan Muhammad – Taumbu
Ritual Trio – Africanos/Latinos
Ross Alexander – The Story of Walumbe
Krar (traditional song)
The Distributors – Never Never
Luiz Bonfa – Samba De Orfeu
Caetano Veloso – Um Canto de Afoxe Para O Bloco Do Lle (Lle Aye)
Reiko Kudo – Kaihatsu-san
Ray Cathode – Waltz in Orbit
Burning Spear -Christopher Colombus
Sugar Minott – No Vacancy
Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers – Come Let Us Go Back to God