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Re: [ARSCLIST] Gracenote

I am not sure I get your request. Surely you know about musicbrainz.
Is not fail proof, often needs manual help. Works with mp3 only, if I
remember correclty.

Looking only at the metadata in the excel: If you only have titles and
artist this will not always be unique. Doesn't sound like an easy
case. Surely you could check against the catalog from freedb.org or so
programmatically. Should not be too difficult to program, but not
trivial either. Will not catch everything, but maybe a large

does this help?
Maurice Mengel
Music Archive
Ethnological Museum
National Museums in Berlin

On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 11:33 PM, Steven Smolian <smolians@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm being furnished with a list of content of a large CD collection copied to a hard drive.
> The content lisrting arrived on an excel spreadsheet.
> It lacks the manufacturer and catalog number.
> Is there a program (like a criss-cross directory for telephone numbers) that allows me to find the record company name and number of the audio source?
> Steve Smolian
> P.S.  You call these results cataloging?

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