I've now watched this move 4 times in a row and am starting the 5th. I am a bit of a frustrated musician, and have a bass guitar sitting in the corner. Between this and Standing In The Shadows Of Motown, I think that's where it will stay. Plus the band here is so tight, especially Bobby Mintzer (dig the calculator watch - it was 1982, I think) on sax, just can't be topped. Mr Fonebone is one of the most amazing live performances I've ever seen. Even on the pretty straight jump blues number, Fannie Mae, they sound like a solid if a bit unusual R&B band. If you are a music fan at all, you should check this out. I've heard some of Jaco's stuff in the past, but I'm a rock and roll/R&B guy, I've never really been into the harder jazz thing, but really this is incredible, especially for it being live. Very highly recommended.
Title is appropriate... I've never seen anyone more innovative and talented than Jaco. He was an absolute monster on his instrument. This was a super video. Check out Shadows and Lights with him and Joni Mitchell and Pat Metheny as well. Too bad he was equally strange and died so young.