Johnny 'Mbizo' Dyani in the funky jazz groover "High Priest". This Afro-centric jazz gem was featured on the 1987 album Witchdoctor's Son 'Together' album, which was released a year after Dyani's unfortunate death. The session was recorded sometime during 1979-1980 in Stockholm while Dyani was leading a group that featured a mixture of both European and South African musicians including accomplished saxophonist, composer, and pianist Dudu Pukwana. Like the song "High Priest", the entire record has a good uplifting groove to it that feature both traditional African and European rock/fusion influences and includes other standout tracks like "Johnny's Kwela", "Marabi Soweto", and "Kalahari". Even though there are many Dyani led albums I prefer more than Witchdoctor's Son 'Together', I do think the album feature's one of the bassist's greatest compositions in "High Priest".
Johnny 'Mbizo' Dyani - High Priest