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Joe Pass Discography
... Maestro by Moacir Santos Blue Note 1973 Jazz/Concord with Herb Ellis, Ray Brown, and Jake Hanna Concord Jazz Virtuoso Pablo The Trio with Oscar Peterson and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen Take. 3 Montreux '77 - Live Quadrant with Milt Jackson, Ray Brown, and Mickey Roker 1978 How Long Has This Been Going On? with Sarah Vaughan, Oscar Peterson, Ray. 1989 After Hours with Andre Previn and Ray Brown Telarc Autumn Leaves with Tommy Gumina Trio ALCR Summer Nights with John Pisano Pablo 1990 ...
This Is Ray Brown
... This Is Ray Brown is a 1958 studio album by American jazz double bass player Ray Brown ...
1983 State Of Origin Series - Teams - New South Wales
... Peter Sterling Steve Mortimer Prop Geoff Gerard Geoff Bugden Hooker Max Krilich (c) Ray Brown Max Krilich (c) Prop Geoff Bugden Lindsay Johnston Second Row Les Boyd ...
Ray Brown (designer) - Los Angeles
... Rather than picking up the loose ends in London, Brown opted to pack his bags and move on yet again, arriving in Los Angeles with just $300 in his pocket ... When Ray delivered the jeans to the studio where Kramer was editing a Styx video he fatefully chanced to meet the band's guitarist Tommy Shaw ... Of similar stature to Ray, Tommy complained of the difficulty he had in finding stageworthy clothing that fit ...
Raymond Brown - Musicians
... Ray Brown (musician) (1926–2002), American jazz double bassist Raymond Harry Brown (born 1946), American jazz trumpeter with Stan Kenton, big band arranger/compo ... born 1949), American jazz and blues pianist and singer Raymond Lee Brown, American trumpeter and former section leader of the Earth, Wind, Fire horns Ray ...

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