The other cut was undoubtedly "Birdland" from the "Heavy Weather" album. Every stereo shop played that one when it came out and is probably the best known tune by the group. Maynard Ferguson also did a nice version of the same tune.
Jaco was also an incredible performer, but another of those very troubled artists. Unfortunately, the only times I saw him when he wasn't performing with the band, he was usually stone drunk hanging out in Washington Square Park in NYC, or picking a fight with somebody in the same place. He eventually died of head injuries sustained in a bar fight in Florida if I remember correctly.
Heavy weather is the specific album I was talking about that didn't make the transition to digital very well -- very thin and compressed to the point where Wayne Shorter's sax doesn't even sound much liike a sax. That CD was such a let down after the album -- which wasn't a stelar recording anyway, but much nicer than the dshiny disc. Hopeffully HD Tracks or somebody will rescue that one and re-master it in hi-res.
This is one album I definitely will be looking for soon.
BTW, got the basic TT setup done this morning -- as much as I could do without a level and the cartridge. I've got to say that it's pretty cool just having a TT again, and with any luck, this one with the cart and Eros should be even nicer than my last rig.