"Put a glide in your stride and a dip in your hip, and come on up to the Mothership." (To quote the immortal words of Brother George Clinton.) That's where you'll find celestial harpist Dorothy Ashby.
Dorothy Ashby, "Soul Vibrations, from her 1968 album Afro-Harping.
A few years ago, National Public Radio called Ashby, who died in 1986, "one of the most unjustly under-loved jazz greats of the 1950s." It went on to say that "...anyone who can make a massive instrument like the concert harp dance — and use it to swing in such a cool, low-key way — deserves to be more than a footnote." You can read more about her, here.