Much like last week's transcription, this solo from bassist Larry Grenadier is one that falls into the "concise, but perfect" category. Although the original studio recording (released in 1976) featured a brilliant solo by a young Jaco Pastorius, Larry simply tries to sound like himself and lays down this great, one-chorus solo. To me, Larry is instantly recognizable by the consistency of his attack and his nearly flawless intonation - qualities that are evident not only on this recording, but on all of the recordings of him that I can think of. Because this solo is so clear, it's a great solo to study and a fun one to play along with.
And here's a link to download a PDF transcription of the solo.