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Barbara Donald
Olympia Live
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Best known for her collaboration with her then-husband, altoist Sonny Simmons, the powerful trumpeter Barbara Donald recorded two excellent albums for Cadence in the early '80s. This particular set, cut live in Olympia, WA, features Donald with Carter Jefferson (who doubles on tenor and soprano) with a septet.

Barbara Donald & Unity (29) ‎– Olympia Live. Label: Cadence Jazz Records ‎– CJR 1011. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: 1982. Recorded live at the Gnu Deli in Olympia, Washington, on March 30, 1981.

Olympia Live is a hard bop music live album recording by BARBARA DONALD released in 1981 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. BARBARA DONALD - Olympia Live. Filed under Hard Bop By BARBARA DONALD.

Album · 2004 · 23 Songs. Quand ceux qui vont (Live Olympia 78). 4:15. 5. Au bois de Saint-Amand (Live Olympia 78). 1:39. 6. La musique (Live Olympia 78). 4:01. 7. Drouot (Live Olympia 78). 3:41. 8. La mort (Live Olympia 78). 2:48. 9. Marienbad (Live Olympia 78). 4:23. 10. Les insomnies (Live Olympia 78). 2:57. 11. Il automne (Live-Olympia 78). 4:06. 12. Perlimpinpin (Live Olympia 78). 5:09.

Barbara : Olympia 1978 (Live). Intro musicale : Pierre. Your browser does not support the audio element. Chapeau bas.

Barbara K. Simmons - known to jazz lovers around the world as Barbara Donald (her maiden name) - died March 23 in Olympia. Born in Minneapolis and raised in Southern California, Mrs. Simmons moved to Olympia in the early 1980s and immediately became a prominent figure in the Northwest jazz scene. She was absolutely brilliant, said Olympia percussionist Michael Olson. I’ve heard a lot of trumpet players over the years - I’ve played with Arturo Sandoval, who has monstrous chops - but she had a statement that was so profound and so different from anybody else.

Barbara Kay Donald (September 2, 1942, Minneapolis - March 23, 2013 Olympia) was an American jazz trumpeter and bandleader. Donald began playing trumpet at eight years of age in Minnesota, and her family relocated to California when she was a teenager. Starting in the early 1960s, she began touring with both rhythm and blues and jazz ensembles throughout the US, and played with John Coltrane, Stanley Cowell, Richard Davis, Dexter Gordon, Roland Kirk, Prince Lasha, and Sonny Simmons.