Example2 Outside ‘Phrygian against Dominant’ and ‘Sidestep’ lines
Oz is not afraid of utilising outside ideas in his playing. In fact, Noy sets his stall here by implying E minor/maj7 against A, alluding to A Lydian Dominant,
Bb before moving onto major7 ideas, in this case implying A Phrygian against A7. It’s quite possible to treat Phrygian in this way, as a form of Altered dominant scale with two 9ths and no major 3rd, altered sus if you like (R- 24-5-#5- Confidence, bold delivery and a proper sense of intent really help to convey conviction here, a universal consideration with any form of outside approach, otherwise you risk the chance of just sounding ‘wrong’.