Farrell Saunders, from Arkansas ("Pharoah" was Sun Ra's idea, natch). Tenor saxophone player of John Coltrane lineage; after hitting NYC in the mid-60s he got a chance to join Trane's group, and his "Albert Ayler on acid" style helped (further) push the group's envelope. Did great sideman turns on LPs by Don Cherry, Ornette Coleman, and Carla Bley - on his own, he lapsed into blissed-out hippie crap for years, before a return to his hard bop/Trane roots. Overrated, but often fun.