Here's a really nice double-header from 1973, http://www.mediafire.com/?mykz2yldymg 'Things Not Easy'
by the Meditators, and 'Ration' by Bongo Herman & Bingy Bunny. The a-side is a really nice early roots tune. I don't think that the Meditators are the Meditations (this was a little bit before their time, and doesn't sound a lot like them).
The b-side is an arse-kicking version of Dennis Brown's 'Money In My Pocket': equal to if not better than 'A So We Stay'. With both artists toasting over bongos and really heavily gated rhythm guitars it has a sound all of its own and really draws you in.
Bingy Bunny was one of the most versatile and influential reggae that hardly anyone got to hear about. Singer and producer with the Morwells and co-founder of the Roots Radics, he had a huge influence on the sound of reggae in the 1970s and 1980s. He stopped making deejay tunes when he started finding success as a vocalist; probably a wise decision because good as they were, his singing was even better.
Anyway, hope you enjoy.