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Pablo Falconer

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Pablo Falconer

Ray "Pablo" Falconer was a reggae producer from Birmingham, England in the 1970s and 1980s.

Brother to Earl Falconer from UB40, Falconer later went on to produce many singles and albums for that band.

Falconer died in a car crash in Birmingham in 1987. Earl Falconer, who was driving, was sentenced to six months' imprisonment in June 1988.[1]

Discography (partial)


  1. ^ Yahoo This Day in Music – June 24th

External links

  • Ray 'Pablo' Falconer discography at Discogs
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