It is the turn of the percussive "Seeds". Sahib plays Baritone against a sparse conga rhythm to great effect, utilizing its hoarse, rasping sound and its guttural expressiveness.
Deep-throated honks sharply punctuate his flowing lines as he soars into new passages of invention full of warmth and humour.
His sometimes eccentric playing is always saying something fresh and his unorthodoxy is beguiling.
His warm, individual, singsong sound in improvisation and his unusual and interesting compositions mark him out as a hidden treasure in the dusty corners of jazz archive.
A great album by a great musician.