Menahan Street Band ‎– Make The Road By Walking



Make The Road By Walking
Tired Of Fighting
Home Again!
Montego Sunset
The Traitor
The Contender
Going The Distance

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November 15, 2016
referencing Make The Road By Walking, LP, Album, DUN-1000
Anyone got the wherewithal to create a Release the differentiates the Original pressing from the Repress?

My OG LP has a barcode sticker reading 2313400151. Just spent some time trying to do this and got really confused


November 2, 2016
referencing Make The Road By Walking, LP, Album, DUN-1000
Anybody aware of whether or not there was a repress? For a long time this record seemed impossible to find, and now its all over the internet and found a brand new copy in my local record store for the first time since it was originally released.


October 15, 2015
referencing Make The Road By Walking, LP, TP, DUN-1000
My standard release also features the locked groove after B5; I would like confirmation from any owner of same record (retail/non-test pressing) if this feature is not unique to the test-press, and perhaps a contributor could update the retail release page in database.


October 14, 2015
referencing Make The Road By Walking, LP, Album, DUN-1000

First I have to say this band, this album, lured me in to the world of Daptone along with Charles Bradley. If i didn't play video games and lucked out on a free copy of Sleeping Dogs, I dare say, would be like missing the boat to life. Featuring Charles Bradley, Menahan Street Band, Sharon Jones, and Budos Band, "Daptone Radio," for driving gameplay music, I quickly "tuned in" whenever in a vehicle, it became a central joy of mine.

I have a question for other owners of this album. Does every copy have a locked groove after B5? On the entry here for the test pressing it mentioned that as if it were unique only to test pressings. My copy locks after B5 and have to manually transport needle to B6.