As well as the music there was so much other entertainment--Take your Pickpeople are funny--Dan dare Pilot of the future --opportunity knocks--shilling a second--candid mike ect ect and good old Garner Ted Armstrong!!!
Early years[ edit ] The Maxwell street ghetto where Goodman grew up Goodman was born in Chicago, the ninth of twelve children of poor Jewish emigrants from the Russian Empire.
His father, David Goodman —came to America in from Warsaw in partitioned Poland and became a tailor. His parents met in Baltimore, Marylandand moved to Chicago before Goodman's birth.
With little income and a large family, they moved to the low-rent Maxwell Street neighborhood, an overcrowded slum near the railroad yards and surrounding factories, populated mostly by Irish, German, Scandinavian, Italian, Polish, and Jewish immigrants.
The streets are inexpressibly dirty, the number of schools inadequate, sanitary legislation unenforced, the street lighting bad, the paving miserable and altogether lacking in the alleys and smaller streets, and the stables foul beyond description. Hundreds of houses are unconnected with the street sewer.
On Sundays, his father took the children to free band concerts in Douglas Park, which was the first time Goodman experienced live professional performances.
I wanted to do something with myself. And the music was a great form for me. I was absolutely fascinated by it. So I set out at an early age to do what I could—and devote my efforts to it, and enjoy it. It was the only time he was able to get away from the bleak environment of his urban neighborhood.
He was awarded an honorary LL. When Goodman was 16, he joined one of Chicago's top bands, the Ben Pollack Orchestra, with which he made his first recordings in He recorded with the regular Pollack band and smaller groups drawn from the orchestra through InGoodman and Miller wrote the instrumental tune " Room ", which was released as a Brunswick Hammond arranged for a series of recordings of jazz sides for Columbia Records from towhen Goodman signed a recording contract with RCA Victorduring his success on radio.
A number of commercial studio sides were also recorded under Goodman's name for Melotone Records between late and mid In Goodman auditioned for the NBC radio program Let's Dancea well-regarded three-hour weekly program featuring various styles of dance music.
His familiar theme song by that title was based on Invitation to the Danceby Carl Maria von Weber. Since he needed new arrangements every week for the show, Hammond suggested that he purchase "hot" swing arrangements from Fletcher Hendersona black musician from Atlanta who had New York's most popular African-American band in the s and early s.
He let Henderson write arrangements, which Fletcher, his brother Horace and wife, Leora, usually copied from his own records, as Fletcher had almost no scores left. The Henderson method had usually been head arrangements.
Goodman hired Henderson's band members to teach his musicians how to play the music. During the Depression, Fletcher disbanded his orchestra because he was in debt.
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