|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Exodus / Fight Life||2||Audio||Sir Collins Music Wheel|
|2||Take Off||2||Audio||2009||Collins Down Beat|
|3||Darlin Come Home / We A Come Dread||2||Audio||1975||B&C Sound|
|4||New Cross Fire Page One||14||Audio||1981||Sir Collins Music Wheel|
|5||Peace & Love (Music One)||9||Audio||2009||Collins Music|
|6||Darling Come Home / We A Come Dread||2||Audio||1975||B&C Sound|
|7||Soul Feelings||2||Audio||1968||Collins Down Beat|
|8||Big Man / Dr Do Good // Can´t Get No Satisfaction / I Get Satisfaction||4||Audio||1973||Sir Collins Music Wheel|
|9||Unknown Pre-Release||12||Audio||1977||Not On Label|
|10||Live As One||12||Audio||1975||Waricka|
|11||Big Teacher / Once I Was Lonely||2||Audio||Sir Collins Music Wheel|
Brittish Jamaican sound system owner and producer. He ran a sounds system and record stall in Petticoat Lane market in London selling ska and blue beat 45s. He started his [l=Collins Down Beat] label during the rocksteady era of 1967.
In 1968, Clancy also launched a very short-lived (one issue only) imprint, called Sounds Of Jamaica.
After [l=Collins Down Beat], Clancy places product with [l=Trojan Records] between 1969 and 1971 releasing several singles on the subsidiaries [l=Jackpot (2)], [l=Duke Records (2)] and [l=Smash (2)]. His studio bands at this time were The Earthquakes, [a=Diamonds, The (2)] and [a=Dials, The].
In 1971, Clancy moved to the [l=Ackee] label before establishing his [l=Sir Collins Music Wheel] label in 1973. By 1975 Clancy had wrapped up [l=Sir Collins Music Wheel] in favour of the B&C Sound and Nice One imprints.