Black Orpheus (2001) . Ray’S New Funk (2000) . Blue Monk . Summertime . w/ John Clayton – Five O’Clock Whistle (1994) . Documentary . w/ Oscar Peterson – Live In Montreux (1977) . w/ Oscar Peterson Trio – Live In Italy (1961) .
 for his own NBC show, Nat King Cole is accompanied by Jazz At The Philharmonic – that is Illinois Jacquet (ts), Ray Brown (b), Roy Eldridge (tp), Stan Getz (ts), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Flip Phillips (ts), Herb Ellis (g) and Papa Jo Jones (d) – . >> 10 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Ray Brown (b), Jimmy Smith (d) share the stage at Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland >> 32 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Buddy Morrow, Dave Brubeck, Eddie Daniels, Gerry Mulligan, Ray Brown, Ed Shaughnessy, Cab Calloway and Doc Severinsen will solo with the Cincinnati Pops directed by Erich Kunzel for the Big Band Hit Parade at Riverbend >> 57 MINUTES on RVM >>
 if in England, you do not want to miss the Oscar Peterson Trio – that is Oscar Peterson (p), Ray Brown (b), Ed Thigpen (d) – at Jazz 25 on the BBC, hosted by Flora Purim >> 26 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Ulf Wakenius Project – that is Michael Brecker (ts), Niels Lan Doky (p), Ulf Wakenius (g), Terri Lyne Carrington (d) and Ray Brown – (b)- is at Große Konzertscheue in Salzau, Germany for Jazzbaltica >> 102 MINUTES on RVM >>
 the Ray Brown Trio – that is Monty Alexander (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b) – plays in Wien, Austria >> 95 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Milt Jackson (vib) will share the stage with Cedar Walton (p), Micky Roker (d) and Ray Brown (b) at Jazz Fest in Hamburg,Germany >> 73 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (July 2, 2002), in Indianapolis, Indiana, died Ray Brown, an American jazz double bassist,
@Hardbop : After leaving Peterson’s trio in 1966 Brown settled on the West Coast, where he became active as a freelance and studio musician, recording frequently for the Concord label; he made two albums of duos with Jimmie Rowles and at least nine albums with the L.A. Four.
@allmusic : The huge and comfortable sound of Brown’s bass was a welcome feature on bop-oriented sessions for over a half-century. He played locally in his native Pittsburgh in his early days.
@last.fm : Arriving in New York at the age of twenty, he met up with Hank Jones, with whom he had previously worked, and was introduced to Dizzy Gillespie, who was looking for a bass player. Gillespie hired Brown on the spot and he soon played with such established musicians as Art Tatum and Charlie Parker.