Watch the Massive Solo 3 online guitar lesson by Chris Buono from Guitar Lab: Blues Soloing
In the first two choruses the solos played nice with the underlying rhythm of the changes making a solid connection between the two that can't be denied. This final third chorus blows right over the backing track's inflections, but still sounds like it belongs. How? By playing smart, spacious and using repetition and motific development, that's how!
Another cool thing to consider is how the tonic Gm13add4 (im7) chord's G minor pentatonic phrase makes a return a whole step higher over the C6/9/A, but as a C major pentatonic-based lick starting on A - its 6th degree. Can't tell you enough how simple ideas such as this help to make you and your solos sound way deep.