Eboa Lotin (1942-1997)
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Emmanuel Eboa Lotin (also written as Lottin), son
of Reverend Adolf Lotin A Same, who
composed many church chorals, has been brought up with music. Still, he was more of a
self-taught musician, since he has not received a formal musical education. He recorded a first
song in 1962, which was a starting point of a successful career of 35 years. He died in 1997
following a protracted illness.
Born: August 6, 1942 in Douala, died in October 1997.
Style: classic makossa.
|The Best Of, Vol. 2 - Pure Gold||1994||TJR CDAT 130|
|The Best Of, Vol. 1 - Or pure||1994||TJR CDAT 124|
|Sodome et Gomorrhe||Sonodisc||LP|
|Gratitude - le Disque d'Or||1985||Tshi Tshi TSI 002||Double album|
|Les Trois Visages||1983||Tougata TG 587|
|Tata Coco||1981||Satel SAT|
|Souffle Nouveau||1980||Satel SAT LP-162|
|Tete Youngo||1979||Satel SAT|
|Muyenge Ma Ngando||1977||Satel SAT|
|Alleluia||1976||Satel SAT 087|
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