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Taking a look at what I played after the fact, I realized there seemed to be three sort of general categories of events that I was mixing up and juggling around: There are some simple bluesy lines in the main key of the song, G minor, that I return to throughout the solo, which I think have a kind of grounding effect, there are lines that come from the world of jazz, and there are rhythmic events that repeat and refer back to earlier events scattered all the way through.

Examples of those bluesy lines are right at the beginning, and again in bar 11, bar 21, and bars 27-29. The jazzy lines are pretty much everywhere the bluesy lines aren't.