Cannonball Adderley Quintet
7th Newport Jazz Festival
De Doelen, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
October 27-28, 1972 *sort of" *RESEED*

This one was seeded here before. For the reseed, I made some track length editing and added some more info about titles and track lengths. Some brief broadcast announcements have been omitted. The sound characteristics were unaltered.
According to some Dutch newspaper info (which was also used to add the exact date and location of the concert, which wasn't supplied in the previous upload) and reviews,, the Festival was a "gigantic artistic failure" [De Tijd, 30 October 1972]. Only the sparse contributions of Cat Anderson and some of the efforts by the Cannonball Adderley Quintet got some approval.
In another newspaper [De Tijd, 20 October 1972], I found a picture with Julian and Nat Adderley from the concert, which I've added as well.

Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley - altosax
Nat Adderley - cornet
George Duke - keyboards
Walter Booker - bass
Roy McCurdy - drums

01. The Black Messiah (George Duke) (16:37)
02. Hummin' (Nat Adderley) (10:55)
03. Walk Tall (Joseph Zawinul) (5:16)
04. The Brakes (Roy McCurdy, Nat Adderley) (12:23)
05. Straight, No Chaser (Thelonious Monk) (4:26)
06. Oh Babe! (Julian & Nat Adderley) / unknown title (fade-out) (6:58)
XX. Lover Man (Charlie Parker)
XX. unknown titles [including Nat Adderley on vocals!]

total time (56:35)

items indicated with "XX" are mentioned in Newspaper article in "De Waarheid", 2 November 1972

complete line-up for the 1972 Edition of the Newport Jazz Festival in Rotterdam:

October 27, 1972; Jimmy Smith and Friends:
Jimmy Smith - Reginald Dixon Organ
Illinois Jacquet - tenorsax
Roy Haynes - drums
Kenny Burrell - guitar
Clark Terry - trumpet
James Moody - flute
Art Farmer - bugel

Night Concert (late evening / early morning) October 28, 1972; Cannonball Adderley Quintet:
Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley - altosax
Nat Adderley - cornet
George Duke - keyboards
Walter Booker - bass
Roy McCurdy - drums

October 28, 1972; Dave Brubeck Quintet:
Dave Brubeck - piano
Gerry Mulligan - baritonesax
Paul Desmond - altosax
Jack Six - bass
Alan Dawson - drums

October 28, 1972; Charles Mingus Quintet:
Charles Mingus - bass
Joe Gardner - trumpet
Bunny Bluiet - baritonesax, clarinet
John Foster - piano
Cat Anderson - trumpet

Night Concert (around 2 AM) October 29, 1972; Elvin Jones Quartet:
Elvin Jones - drums
Dave Liebman - sopranosax
Steve Grossman - tenorsax
Gene Perla - bass

October 29, 1972; The Giants of Jazz:
Art Blakey - drums
Al McKibbon - bass
Thelonious MOnk - piano
Sonny Stitt - tenorsax, trombone
Kai Windig - trumpet, trombone
Dizzy Gillespie - trumpet

Please note: I don't have any of the concerts listed above, other than that of the Cannonball Adderley Quintet.
I do recall that at least the concert of "The Giants of Jazz" was posted here some time ago.
According to the newspapers mentioned above, the whole festival was extensively covered for television broadcast.

A video of "Straight, No Chaser" can be found on Youtube:

where it is incorrectly dated as coming from 1974.
Since the broadcast station logo in the upper left corner is "NPS" and in the upper right corner "Nederland 3", it has to be from a recent re-broadcast of an item, first aired August 2, 1974 (!) as part of a compilation from the 1972 Newport Jazz Festival in the program Jazzorama by AVRO Television, which also included excerpts from the other artists listed above.

Original lineage:
FM > Original recorded on Reel to reel Tape > unknown transfer > trade > CDR > EAC Secure Modus > Flac Frontend Level 6 > Flac
Sound: B+

this reseed:
orginal FLAC files > TLH (decoding option > WAV > Audacity (track length editing) > FLAC (TLH, level 6)

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