I like the perspective you used here. Some parts you solo'ed over B minor aeolian, making this your "home" key instead of E minor aeolian. This makes the E minor chord sound dorian, which is a different texture, and is a nice surprise to the listener. Both perspectives are theoretically right. I went the boring route and played just E minor aeolian, the most expected thing. The tone of that Jaguar is interesting, and the playing is relaxed and fluid...kind of Hendrix-y with a Jag. Didn't want to make this too theory-bent, as it doesn't really mean much to me. Heart is more important imo.