Joy Spring is one of my all time, favorite, jazz tunes. Clifford delivers an amazing performance in this classic recording. I wasn't able to find a video performance, but, this is the best recording (in my humble opinion).
If you are not very familiar with Clifford's music I encourage you to spend some time on YouTube and listen to some of his classic tunes and great solos. Here are a few links to get you started.
Here is a link for a playlist I put together of Clifford playing some of his tunes and some well-known standards - Tim's Clifford Brown Playlist
Here is a link to a playlist of Clifford Brown's music autogenerated by YouTube - Clifford Brown Playlist
Below are some recommendations to help you increase your knowledge and love for Clifford Brown.
Here are three great deals on classic Clifford Brown albums. The middle CD is actually 4 albums in one. The one on the right is one of my favorite Clifford Brown albums--It is Clifford in a New York studio with a string orchestra. I love his smooth playing and consistent tone. In the liner notes they speak about his professionalism and how he was there ready to play and didn't need a lot of in-studio practice.
If you really like Clifford you should get this biography and learn more about his life and art.
If you like Clifford's playing you should check out these transcriptions. Volume 1 (green) includes Joy Spring and 29 other charts from his early years. Volume 2 (yellow) has 25 transcriptions and Volume 3 (red) has 16 solos.