Hey, just wondering what people's approaches are. I never really looked at this tune, also always been a little put off by its difficulty. I'm finding that trying to play the changes with arps outlining the chords and standard bebop stuff is really difficult/stiff sounding. But I think getting all skronky Dolphy (aka drunk Bird) while resolving "enough" to each 4 bars' tonal center, and then playing straight during the bridge to fake like you've been in control the whole time is kind of working. But obviously it's playing outside and not entirely on the changes, so sometimes running into unfortunate mishaps, I'm not necessarily super confident in my jamming the square peg into the round hole. I've heard some suggest taking a modal approach to it with like, centering around phrygian dominant. Others saying use the tritone sub for the dominant that's a half step up (so you just move laterally from Db7 to Gb7 instead of getting all wonky up and down). I don't know, how do you try to sound natural on it? What's your method?