I've decided to learn I Want You Back by the Jackson 5, note for note. I checked out some vids on Youtube then I bought the actual sheet music from sheetmusicdirect. It's a fairly challenging song for me; lots of groove happening here. I know that you can play the same notes anywhere on the neck but there are certain positions that "sound and feel right" as compared to others. I.E. an open D string sounds different than a D at the 10th fret on the E. The two best (IMO) covers of I Want You Back on youtube show the performers playing in different positions. One at the 3/4th frets and the other in the first position. The actual sheet music shows a mix of both positions! Is there a no-kidding correct position to play this in? As far as I know, there's no video of Wilton Felder actually playing the song (I'd love to see that if anyone has it!). Here's links to the two tube videos. 3/4th frets (nice touch) So, which position is correct, i.e. true to the original recording? Thanks!