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Frankie McIntosh

Frankie McIntosh is recognized internationally as one of the architects of the popular West Indian soca style that emerged in the late 1970s. A pianist and music arranger, he served as music director for Brooklyn-based Straker’s Records for three decades. During that time, he composed musical arrangements and oversaw the recordings of close to a thousand calypso/soca albums for Straker and other Brooklyn-based calypso labels. He recently was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of the West Indies.

Books By Frankie McIntosh