- There used to be a wealth of information on Nunez on the web, still accessible via the wayback machine: http://web.archive.org/web/20010420084810/http://www.geocities.com/infrogmation/ANunez.html
The author, Dan Meyer, also wrote the Wikipedia entry on Nunez which is far less detailed. In particular the text of a presentation Meyer gave in 2001 contains much information on early New Orleans jazz, including clarinet playing, usually from the "white" perspective, although some mention is made of the Baquets, Picou and others. A final chapter on Nunez' return and later life in New Orleans seems to have gone lost without trace, although there is some information from it in the shorter piece.
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- Yes Howard, the others are reportedly white but even the 29 seemed to
require a repertoire for floor shows and not blues.
Interesting that you are a mite sceptical on the One Cent. Yes, it does seem
very poetically neat even down to the Goodman on the gyp organ.
This is cited as Bill Russell unpublished notes 'Williams Research Center
N.O.' Klatzko reserves that these notes were written well after the event
for a proposed article or book.
But I don't think Bill capable of even romantic disingenuousness.
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