For quite some time, I've had a P-bass itch that has needed scratching. Thanks to Scott Cutrer (who has both an excellent collection of vintage basses and a wicked new addiction to Roscoe basses), I was able to get my hands on this lovely instrument: USED 1975 Fender Precision Bass (Natural) Long ago (based on my first ever bass, a cheap P imitation), I swore off P-basses and 4-strings in general. But I have fallen head over heels in love with this bass. It's got some serious mojo in it, and I'm learning pretty quickly how to coax it out. As soon as I plugged the bass into an amplifier, I knew it was going to suit my immediate needs which include starting an old-school R&B/Soul band with a horn section. This bass just has that sound, it's perfect. One of tunes I imagined as I played the bass for the first time was "I Want You Back" by the Jackson 5. And once I found this isolated bass track on notreble.com, I knew I had that sound for sure. Here's a rough take of me just trying to figure out the tune. There are a few flubs, but I've got the basic hang of it. This was recorded direct through my REDDI tube DI, and I applied a little compression and reverb to make it sound a little more Motown... "I Want You Back" (The Jackson 5) Thanks, Scott!!