Hard to say, because there are some VERY good albums. But overall, because Jaco is included, then easily Jaco Pastorius's debut. As I said before, it's by far the most well-respected bass album, and virtually every bassist has used it as a guide since its release.
For the rest of the Top 10 (in no specific order):
What's Going On
Ah the Name is Bootsy Baby
Kill 'Em All
Sailing the Seas of Cheese
But if we're including fusion (which the inclusion of Jaco implies), then the following should also be added:
One of a Kind - Bill Bruford (Jeff Berlin)
Weather Report - Weather Report (Miroslav Vitous)
Heavy Weather - Weather Report (Jaco Pastorius)
School Days - Stanley Clarke (Stanley Clarke)
The Inner Mounting Flame - The Mahavishnu Orchestra (Rick Laird)
Birds of Fire - The Mahavishnu Orchestra (Rick Laird)
Thunder - SMV (Stanley Clarke, Marcus Miller, Victor Wooten)
Bitches Brew - Miles Davis (Harvey Brooks, Dave Holland)
High Bias - Niacin (Billy Sheehan)
Any album Victor Wooten has been on
If you don't want to include fusion, then Jaco isn't eligible, but many fusion bassists are extremely influential on their own, so they should definitely be included on this list.
I don't care what type of music it is. As long as there is bass, then I am good with it. Also, you don't think Graham Central Station should be in the top ten?