Clandisc was a subsidiary of Trojan Records. It started life in 1969 and by it's demise in 1972 had issued around 40 singles and a couple of albums. As the name would suggest the label was a vehicle for productions by Clancy Eccles, somewhat unusually for a Trojan label it maintained this until the the label was eventually phased out.
Early deejay tunes by King Stitt and the Fabulous Flames-Holly Holy/Lord Creator-Kingston Town were good sellers on the label.
It had two label designs, a darkish blue with silver print for earlier releases and then by the early 70's a pale cream with red print.
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