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rhythm track includes 'Heaven & Earth/Conquering Lion'
(5 in all)

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Invaders - Heaven & Earth

Invader / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1971

Heaven & Earth/Conquering Lion

¥1100 (US$10.23)

Prince Jazzbo did indeed produce two other cuts on the same rhythm as Naggo Morris' "Bootlegger", by The Invaders, a harmony group from Greenwich Farm and Trenchtown! One cut, "Conquering Lion" was given by Jazzbo to the then-young Coxsone sound system in London, for play and promotion on the sound. Over the years and through the Capitol Radio broadcast, the tune became legendary. The other cut, "Heaven & Earth" was released in Jamaica for the Invaders on their own new Invader label.

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Big Joe - Weed Specialist / Version

Stop Point / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1973

Heaven & Earth/Conquering Lion

¥1180 (US$10.97)

Winston Edwards' STOP POINT label was just one imprint used by the producer in the early-mid '70s, as he moved between London and Kingston, releasing music on both fronts. In the UK his productions primarily came on the FAY MUSIC and DIP imprints.

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Tony Brevett - Just Been Feeling Bad / Version

Stop Point / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1973

Heaven & Earth/Conquering Lion

¥1100 (US$10.23)

Winston Edwards' STOP POINT label was just one imprint used by the producer in the early-mid '70s, as he moved between London and Kingston, releasing music on both fronts. In the UK his productions primarily came on the FAY MUSIC and DIP imprints.

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Invaders - Conquaring Lion

Ujama / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1979

Heaven & Earth/Conquering Lion

¥1180 (US$10.97)

"Conquering Lion" was given by Jazzbo to the then-young Coxsone sound system in London, for play and promotion on the sound.