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-:In [[1972]], [[Henry Stone]] heard from [[Jerry Wexler]] that [[Atlantic Records]] was going to merge with [[Warner Brothers]] and [[Elektra Records|Elektra]], handle its own distribution, and no longer use Tone. At that point, he decided to concentrate on recording and manufacturing his own records, forming another new record company, [[TK Records]] (named after studio owner Terry Kane), based in [[Hialeah, Florida]], with which he had his greatest success. +'''Elektra Records''' is a now dormant [[United States|American]] [[record label]] owned by [[Warner Music Group]] (WMG) and, from 2004 on, operating under WMG's [[Atlantic Records Group]]. The label is still being used for reissues by WMG's [[Rhino Entertainment]] unit.
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Elektra Records is a now dormant American record label owned by Warner Music Group (WMG) and, from 2004 on, operating under WMG's Atlantic Records Group. The label is still being used for reissues by WMG's Rhino Entertainment unit.



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