The double resonance Raman spectra of the disorder-induced D-band and some other non-zone-center phonon modes are discussed for two-dimensional (2D) graphite and to some extent for single wall carbon nanotubes (SWNTs). The phonon dispersion relations of graphite can be determined using Raman spectroscopy b y measuring the non-zone center Raman phonon frequencies in combination with theoretically determined phonon q-vectors. We report a t of the phonon dispersion relations to experimental Raman spectra which were previously observed but have not y et been assigned to speci c phonon branches. We found that the D-band and the G0-band of 2D graphite consist of, respectively, two and one Raman Lorentzian peaks, while 3D graphite shows two G0-band Lorentzian peaks. The appearance of two G0 peaks in the resonance Raman spectra of SWNTs may come from resonances of one laser line with two di erent van Hov e singularities.