Henry Stone ran shit.
why does TK have so many "related" labels?
Oh and what's the deal with TRAMA.
First off, that's quite a few labels you're talking about (and probobly didn't know).
K in Canada.
Looks like King SPorty to me...don't know if TK handled distribution of all their 45's - just a couple. Of course, the several saw primary JA releases which were all distributed ( i assume, they all have his matrices) by Coxsone Dodd such as the slice below:Sporty is as old as they come as a Studio 1 alumni (along with Mittoo, Hibbert, Alphonso, etc) and also wrote for Marley and the Wailers. His version of "Belly Full" slaughters Bob's IMO.K in Canada.
how does Saadia fit into all this? Was that label part of the Henry Stone empire or totally independent?
As for Chimneyville being part of of TK, I don't think that's correct. Chimneyville was more closely associated with Malaco, who was distributed by TK, but retained all of their masters.