In 1968, Clancy also launched a very short-lived (one issue only) imprint, called Sounds Of Jamaica.
After Collins Down Beat, Clancy places product with Trojan Records between 1969 and 1971 releasing several singles on the subsidiaries Jackpot (2), Duke Records (2) and Smash (2). His studio bands at this time were The Earthquakes, The Diamonds (2) and The Dials.
In 1971, Clancy moved to the Ackee label before establishing his Sir Collins Music Wheel label in 1973. By 1975 Clancy had wrapped up Sir Collins Music Wheel in favour of the B&C Sound and Nice One imprints.