This is an excellent topic. Glad you brought it up. I don't have Fourplay's "Yes, please" but do have "Between the Sheets" and "Heartfelt". Most of the cuts produce excellent bass extension and super mid-range. I'll see if I can get hold of "Yes, please" and comment back to you on that cut. In general, many of the more recently recorded CD's by Larry Carlton, Lee Ritenour, and David Benoit for example sound great.
CD's that come to mind which fail me with bass notes are many of the early Beatles albums including Magical Mystery Tour which is an extreme disappointment but also an album by a jazz saxophonist names John Klemmer called "Arabesque". I love John Klemmer's music but this CD is terrible. No bass at all. Another one is Joan Baez's "Greatest Hits". Terrible bass.
A CD with superb bass ext where I have turn off my sub completely is by David Benoit, "Here's to you Charlie Brown". It contains many of the original Peanuts theme songs. Check it out. It's also very uplifting and fun to listen to.
The other recommendations on this thread are good ones. I'll definetly look to get those. Again, great topic.