There's a very cool thing that Philly Joe does quite a bit, that very few other drummers used. This is one of the most noticeable defining characteristics of Jones' playing, and it's really quite simple.
Often times, as a solo builds in intensity, Philly Joe will play his hi-hat double time. That's about it. Yeah, the ride pattern tightens up a bit closer to 16th notes, and he sometimes accentuates the "a" of 2 and 4 on the snare, like so...
The problem is, a LOT of bassists don't seem to be hip to this thing and damn near every time I try to do it the bassist just goes full on double time, and total kills my vibe. Maybe that's my punishment for trying to do something that is so intrinsically Philly Joe, but damn it, I want to do it. I suppose there may be an ever so slight change in the way the bassist needs to articulate their line, just as the ride cymbal feel will get tweaked a bit despite the fact that the rhythm is technically the same, but really, if you just keep walking it'll be cool.
Here is one of the most well-known examples. Blue Train. He does it in every solo. The first time happens around 1:36.