Elektra Records  

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In 1972, Henry Stone heard from Jerry Wexler that Atlantic Records was going to merge with Warner Brothers and 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.




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