|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Raymond Louis Kennedy||10||Audio||1971||Stateside|
|4||Just For The Moment||2||Audio||1980||CBS|
|5||Just For The Moment||2||Audio||1980||ARC (3)|
|6||You Oughta Know By Now / It Never Crossed My Mind||2||Audio||1980||CBS|
|8||Raymond Louis Kennedy||10||Audio||1970||Cream Records (4)|
|9||Raymond Louis Kennedy||10||Audio||1977||Cream Records (4)|
|10||Number 5 Gemini||2||Audio||1965||Guyden Records|
|13||Just For The Moment||2||Audio||1980||ARC (3)|
|14||Starlight (Luz De Estrella)||2||Audio||1980||CBS|
|15||Diamond Mine||2||Audio||1973||A&M Records|
|16||Just For The Moment||2||Audio||1980||ARC (3)|
|17||Ray Kennedy||9||Audio||1991||Sony Records|
Raymond (Ray) Louis Kennedy (born November 26, 1946 in Philadelphia, PA and died February 16, 2014) was an singer, songwriter, musician and record producer based in Los Angeles, California. His works span multiple genres including R&B, pop, rock, jazz, fusion, acid rock, country and many others.
Kennedy began playing saxophone at age nine; he sang in a cappella groups in New Jersey and Philadelphia before becoming a dancing regular on American Bandstand in 1960. In 1965 Ray recorded his first single as vocalist with then-unknown [a=Kenneth Gamble], "Number 5 Gemini" on Guyden Records. In 1970, he released his first solo album, "Raymond Louis Kennedy".