"The Love you save" live in 1971, Jermaine Jackson playing his Candy Apple red Fender Jazz through a Jaco-approved Acoustic stack and listen to that sound. In the Jackson family values series Jermaine expressed his frustrations on not being allowed to play on the Jackson 5 albums they recorded for Motown, this was because of Berry Gordy knowing what he'd get if he enlisted the Funk brothers to do the recording for them and didn't want to take chances with teenagers wearing guitars and wanting to do things their own way. Much to their credit though: Tito and Jermaine DID play those tracks live when the J5 were touring. Proving themselves to be equals to the studio musicians that played on their albums. Eventually the Jackson 5 decided to leave Motown so they could have a greater creative input concerning their own material. They had to change their band name though since Gordy owned the rights to "Jackson 5"