This second hip lick is from the track "Groan Man" off of "Bump" (2000). Starting at 3:27, Sco demonstrates a myriad of soloing ideas over a funky F7 groove using mostly the F altered scale (1, b2, #2, 3, b5, #5, 7) instead of the more common F pentatonic scale.
He begins by ascending with the b3, b5, #5, and 7, and then goes into a chromatic passage that mixes in notes from F natural minor. In bar 3, he briefly touches on an F major and diminished triad that ends up targeting the b9. Probably the most interesting idea Sco reveals here is how he plays off of a Gbm6 arpeggio in bar 4, a chord which can be harmonized from the second interval of the F altered scale. Finally, Sco pulls off a series of trills in the last bar based on the F mixolydian b6 scale. Experiment with some of these ideas over dominant 7 chords to expand your approaches to soloing, and take care to resolve any tension with chord tones or pentatonic licks. Follow me on Twitter @halwit and on youtube.com/halromusic for more lessons and transcriptions!
Related Link: Scofield Lick #1, Scofield Lick #3