Wingate Album Discography
By David Edwards and Mike Callahan
Last update: August 3, 2012

The Wingate Label was a subsidiary of Golden World and operated from 1965 to 1967. The label was owned by Eddie Wingate, who was the biggest Motown competitor of the various Detroit labels. The label was purchased by Motown in 1966 along with Golden World and Ric-Tic. Both WinGate and Golden World were immediately discontinued, probably because they were so closely associated with Eddie Wingate, but Ric-Tic continued for a while.

The Wingate album label was red with black printing, with "WinGate" spelled out vertically to the left of the center hole. At left are both sides of the lone WinGate album.
The first Wingate label used for singles (far left) was red with black print and resembled the Golden World label in design. Promotional copies (near left) had a white label with black print.
The second Wingate label was used for both singles and the lone album. It was red with "WinGate" spelled vertically at the left of the label (far left). Promotional labels (near left) had white labels with black print with the same design.

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Number - Title - Artist - [Release Date] Contents

Wingate WG-700 Series:

WG-701 - He Satisfies Me - Rev. Columbus Mann & His Pentacostal Choir [1966] Family Prayer/Love The Father Has For Me/He Satisfies Me/I Can't Sit Down//Amen Amen/Just Believe (Salvation is Free)/Oh Joshua/It's Worth It All/Joy Bells

Promo photo of Rev. Columbus Mann and the Pentecostal Choir

Thanks to Evan Mayo.

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