There are some lovely lines here. The influence of both Wes Montgomery and Pat Martino is clearly evident in Emily’s playing and this is especially clear when we consider how they all approach dominant 7th chords.
Ab7 Ab, Rather than think about from the perspective of Remler thinks up
Eb Eb a perfect 5th to and plays minor lines derived from a combination of
Eb- Gb-Ab-Bb- Db) Eb Eb- Gb-Ab-Bb- Dorian ( F- C- and ‘jazz’ Melodic minor ( F- C-D). The rationale behind this superimposition is that the basic chord-tone
Eb, Gb, Bb Db resolutions of and (or D from jazz minor) provide us with the 5th, 9th and 11th (#11th with jazz minor), which in Emily’s words produce that, “Wes-heaven sound”.