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Goodman usually reserved his most potent jazz for his small-group performances, which he initiated in 1935 with the establishment of the Benny Goodman Trio: Goodman, Krupa, and the gifted pianist Teddy Wilson . Wilson was hired at the behest of John Hammond, although Goodman feared the consequences of putting a black musician in the lineup. When the trio’s first public performance passed without incident, Goodman for years thereafter hired other outstanding black talent, mostly for his small groups, including the percussionist Lionel Hampton in 1936 and the electric guitarist Charlie Christian in 1939. “After You’ve Gone,” “Moonglow,” and “Avalon” were among the top recordings by the early groups, and several Christian compositions such as “Air Mail Special,” “Seven Come Eleven,” and “AC-DC Current” highlighted the later years of the sextet. In pioneering the small group, or “ chamber jazz” ensemble, Goodman made perhaps his most lasting contribution to jazz history.


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