You may know this riddim as “Tempted to Touch,” or “Fresh Vegetables.” This riddim takes its name after John Holt‘s 1970 single “A Love I can Feel,” produced by Coxsone Dodd for Studio One.
This riddim has one of the sweetest Reggae bass line ever. It has been recut, and reinterpreted several times in various styles.
Penthouse‘s version features a very good line-up of artists including Sanchez, Cutty Ranks, Pliers, and more. The two most memorable tracks of this riddim are without a doubt, “Tempted to Touch” by Beres Hammond, and “Fresh Vegetables” by Tony Rebel.
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A Love I Can Feel Riddim
- Artist: Various Artists
- Genre: Reggae
- Produced by:
- Label: Penthouse Records
- Distributed by: Penthouse Distribution
- Release date: 1990
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- Beres Hammond – Tempted To Touch
- Cutty Rank – Love Me Have Fi Get (feat. Beres Hammond)
- Pinchers – She’s Coming Back
- Tony Tuff – Girl I’ve Got To Get You
- Tony Rebel – Fresh Vegetable
- Pliers – Call It Off
- Nana Mclean – Nana’s Medley
- E.T. Webster – Temptation
- Sanchez – Won’t Last A Day With Out You
- Mad Cobra – More Love
- Richie Stephens – Trying To Get To You
- Busy Signal – Tempted To Touch
- Beres Hammond – Tempted To Touch Version
- Penthouse All-Stars – Tempted To Dub