Here’s a lick I learned from my friend, pianist Burt Eckoff. I heard him play phrases like this often when we worked together in the 1990s. I’m pretty sure that he picked it up from listening to McCoy Tyner.
It works well over G7 or Dm and also over related chords like Bm7b5 or Db7alt. It can be looked at as coming from a Dm6 and Dm(add9) arpeggio with some chromatic passing-tones added between the 6th and 5th (B Bb A), 2nd and Root (E Eb D) and between the Root and 7th of the related G7 chord (G Gb F).
Download the PDF: McCoy Tyner Style Dominant 7th Line