Nice work on an excellent tune !
"Blues Saxophone" by Dennis Taylor is a very good book with a CD of example tracks of him playing the written solos "in the style of" various blues tenor sax greats. Blues Saxophone: An In-Depth Look at the Styles of the Masters With CD: Amazon.co.uk: Taylor, Dennis: Books
Each of the 18 artists featured has a bit of biographical information and a written solo that the author says uses "some of these players' favorite licks as a launching point". In fact several of the written solos are direct transcriptions of a particular recording.
The Jimmy Forrest solo in this book is a pretty good transcription of "Bolo Blues", missing out the first and last "head" choruses and the piano solo, but including the ending.
The example tracks on the CD can be used to make a backing track by panning fully left to remove the sax and leave the backing trio.
I spotted several slight differences between your transcription and the one in the book - it might be interesting to do a direct comparison.