The Clarence Clemens Born To Run saxophone solo is a great example of what we can do with this great, simple pentatonic scale, both major and minor but in this case it’s the major.
Below you have the sax solo transcribed for both alto and tenor. Also, you have the major scale of the key it’s in and beside that the pentatonic scale used for the solo.
Unless you’re a saxophone player that’s used to playing in a band with a guitar player, you might not be 100% comfortable playing in either of these keys. These are F# for the tenor and C# for the alto. Not the first choice for most sax players! To develop greater fluidity playing in these keys I suggest doing good long warm up exercises involving these major scales. It will make things go easier when working on the solo.