Just picked up this album last week and have been inspired anew by the late great Jaco Pastorius. This concert was in 1979 yet the wizadry behind this album made it sound like a studio. "OTJ" (One Take Jaco) never ceases to amaze me. Is Teen Town remarkable or what!? I'm too young to have seen this era of music live. Heavy Weather is flat out awesome! Is this the only commercially available live Jaco? I know about the 30th birthday concert. Is there any live Joni Mitchell with Jaco? After hearing this cat live (on tape at least) I'm convinced noone was anywhere near him. Jaw-dropping licks with impeccable timing and precision. Peter Erskine was amazing as well. Stanley Clarke's "School Days" didn't do it for me except for maybe "Life Is Just A Game" which hooked me. I succumbed to buying it after like 20 people said it was the best bass album of the 70's. IMO...wrong. So far the best fusion I've heard comes from either Weather Report or John McClaughlin. Although Stanley's lines with Return to Forever captivated me more than maybe his debut solo effort.