Le Grand Lolo Lolitta – Julie
Societé Ivoirienne du Disque, 1980

Lolo Lolitta, front

This is a quite obscure find, an album by Lolo Lolitta who we know
from his work through the eighties with Pambou Tchicaya Tchico.
Here’s a solo project which appeared on this label; Societé Ivoirienne
du Disque, under license of Namaco, Onitsha, Nigeria, grab it now.

tracks;

1 Oh ma Julie
2 C’est trop tard
3 Koum koum
4 Ne force pas la vie

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18 thoughts on “Le Grand Lolo Lolitta – Julie
Societé Ivoirienne du Disque, 1980

  1. Oh Moos, This is one of the best tracks I heard in years, KoumKoum. I asked you a year ago, and you probably forgot , but now you show the world this SUPER track

    Thanks You Enormously

    Richard

  2. Oh Moos, This is one of the best tracks I heard in years, KoumKoum. I asked you a year ago, and you probably forgot , but now you show the world this SUPER track

    Thanks You Enormously

    Richard

  3. Pretty cool Moos. I like the synth at the end of the first track. It comes out of nowhere.

    Hope you’re great.

  4. Pretty cool Moos. I like the synth at the end of the first track. It comes out of nowhere.

    Hope you’re great.

  5. Pretty cool Moos. I like the synth at the end of the first track. It comes out of nowhere.

    Hope you’re great.

  6. Sounds very much like the recordings by Orchestra Zib Hombers and Star of Namaco, two Central Africa groups (Gabon/Cameroon) that recorded in Nigeria during that nation’s oil boom. This lolo lolitta record was also recorded on Namaco Records in Nigeria and you can hear one of the vocalist name check the label twice on “koum koum.” Excellent records. Thanks again Moos.

  7. Sounds very much like the recordings by Orchestra Zib Hombers and Star of Namaco, two Central Africa groups (Gabon/Cameroon) that recorded in Nigeria during that nation’s oil boom. This lolo lolitta record was also recorded on Namaco Records in Nigeria and you can hear one of the vocalist name check the label twice on “koum koum.” Excellent records. Thanks again Moos.

  8. Sounds very much like the recordings by Orchestra Zib Hombers and Star of Namaco, two Central Africa groups (Gabon/Cameroon) that recorded in Nigeria during that nation’s oil boom. This lolo lolitta record was also recorded on Namaco Records in Nigeria and you can hear one of the vocalist name check the label twice on “koum koum.” Excellent records. Thanks again Moos.

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