A cult hero among followers of vintage Eurodisco, Don Ray (aka Raymond Donnez) enjoyed a brief but memorable profession as a saving artist and an extended tenure as an arranger, maker, and instrumentalist. Small is well known about Raymond Donnez’s history, but he’s believed to have already been given birth to in the first 1950s to French parents surviving in Germany. Donnez’s family members later on relocated to France, and in the middle-’70s he started employed in the French pop music picture, playing keyboards and organizing material for a number of performers. In 1977, he started working with observed French disco manufacturer Alec R. Costandinos, adding keyboards and preparations to his celebrated idea record Romeo & Juliet, executing with his studio room group Sphinx, and showing up on many of Costandinos’s productions for Cerrone, like the discovery hit “Like in C Small.” Around once, Donnez began using the stage name Don Ray, and he created the debut record for the disco group Santa Esmeralda, who have scored an international strike using their cover of “DON’T ALLOW Me End up being Misunderstood.” In 1978, Don Ray briefly stepped in to the limelight and documented an record under his very own name; Backyard of Like was popular in dance night clubs, as well as the monitor “Surely got to Possess Loving” became a humble mainstream success, ultimately increasing to 44 for the Billboard singles graph. As disco’s mass charm faded in the first ’80s, Don Ray became Raymond Donnez once again and continuing his profession in France, organizing and orchestrating materials for several leading Gallic functions including Johnny Hallyday, Michel Sardou, and Sylvie Vartan. Donnez also organized some early French-language classes for Celine Dion.