Most famous mainly because the author of “Rum and Coca-Cola,” Lord Invader was a favorite calypso performer in both his native Trinidad and NY, recording through the past due ’30s through the first ’60s. Created Rupert Westmore Give, he produced his documenting debut for RCA Bluebird in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad in 1937, having a music about boxer Joe Louis, and continuing to record (for both RCA and Decca) and place in the top gets to of Trinidadian calypso contests through the first ’40s, when he also started to perform and make recordings in NEW YORK. In Trinidad in Sept 1943, going to American comedian Morey Amsterdam noticed Lord Invader’s “Rum and Coca-Cola” and managed to get known back the US, where in fact the Andrews Sisters got a big success with the music. Lord Invader sued for plagiarism, the situation eventually getting chose in his favour in 1947, although he didn’t get money in the defendants for seven years. “Rum and Coca-Cola,” nevertheless, was but among the many songs which the vocalist performed and documented. As with a great many other calypso performers of this and various other eras, Lord Invader was qualified at devising music with public and politics commentary, aswell as singing even more conventional lyrics predicated on intimate situations, or based on traditional folk tracks. Through the mid-’40s through the first ’60s, he documented on / off for Moe Asch of Folkways Information, and throughout that period he was carrying out and saving in NY, London, and European countries. A compilation of 26 paths Lord Invader do for Asch — some along with his Calypso Group, some with complete and relatively jazzy rings — was released by Smithsonian Folkways in 2000.