Bill Cosford has his own building at the University of Miami, the Bill Cosford Cinema. But decades before it was built, he was a newspaper writer at the Miami Herald. Check out this great article he wrote on TK Records and the original “Miami Sound” on August 24, 1975. The “Miami Sound” is a force of global dance music created by Henry Stone’s various record labels throughout the 1960’s and 70’s. The uptempo, Caribbean-rhythm-driven, style of aggressive American R&B sold most, but the collective was diverse as the musicians at the studio. From soul, to funk, to blues, to gospel, country, jazz, rock, electronic, r&b, and more, the TK Records sound was a mix as magic as Miami.