Carol Kaye. She may be one of the greatest bass players you've never heard of. "...In 1963 when a Fender bassist didn't show up for a record date at Capitol Records, she picked up the Fender bass (as it was called then) and augmented her busy schedule playing bass and grew quickly to be the no. 1 call with record companies, movie & TV film people, commericals (ads), and industrial films. She enjoyed working under the direction of Michel LeGrand, Quincy Jones, Elmer Bernstein, Lalo Schifrin, David Rose, David Grusin, Ernie Freeman, Hugo Montenegro, Leonard Rosenman, John Williams, Alfred & Lionel Newman, etc. as well as the numerous hits she recorded for hundreds of recording artists." Watch excerpts from the Carol Kaye documentary First Lady of Bass (.wmv Video 08:33) and flip out to the fact that Carol Kaye played the bass-line on Stevie Wonder's I Was Made To Love Her - one of the best ever, IMHO.