Wynton Kelly's solo on "Freddie Freeloader" from the Miles Davis album Kind of Blue (1959)
Wynton Kelly's solo is a great example on to mix bebop and blues licks. Dig his use of sequence and resolution (this is how the cats connect lines/phrases). The solo is played on piano which has a wide range of notes available to the player. Unless you play piano, you will probably have to jump around the octave to make the solo "fit" on your instrument.