After launching indy label hits in 1967 Atlantic Records recruited Dick Wooley to head their Southeast and
Midwest record promotions. At Atlantic, Dick helped launch many legendary Rhythm &
Blues and Rock artists who are now in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
~ In 1972, after working at Atlantic Records provided Dick an opportunity to become
Capricorn Productions Vice President when they switched to Warner Brothers and debuted the
label as Capricorn Records. He promoted
several unknown artists at Capricorn into a tidal wave of hit records that eatablished
~ In 1976, Dick left Capricorn at the top of the charts and partnered with Atlantic
Records to start Dick
Wooley Associates, together they launched indy label Rabbit Records. Rabbit launched several new artists on to
the national charts and indy promotor Dick Wooley Associates developed other labels
new artists into gold and platinum sales.
~ In 1981, Disco was king and Dick decided to move to the beach and retire from the music
business. Changing tax laws opened the door for Dick to successfully market ocean-front
properties to investors and in 1983 he partnered with Benchmark/Atlantic to develop seven
university student communities.
~ In 2004, Dick was inspired to return to his music roots and opened Internet based King
Mojo Records to showcase emerging Blues
and Rock artists.
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