Free transcription but if you feel you want to tip me to say thanks for the time taken that would be great and will spur me on to do lots more!
I've loved the album "The Blues and the Abstract Truth" for years and this is the most famous track and features a fantastic well thought out solo by Oliver Nelson. I don't think it was entirely composed as such but I suspect he had thought out an idea for each chorus and worked within that constraint. There's a lot to take away from this, great opening use of an idea based on fourths, triplet pattern triad pairs motif and a crunchy descending triads idea. There's also a hip riff at bar 37 which I recognise from his "Patterns for Improvising" book (Aebersold Publishing), well worth exploring if you like these symmetrical sounding licks.