[mb-users] wrong use of AR?
donredman at gmx.de
Sat Jun 4 12:49:39 UTC 2005
On Sat, 04 Jun 2005 12:12:07 +0200, azertus wrote:
> Yes, that's what I meant originally, but only minutes after I sent my
> mail, I had another idea. It's related to your post in the "Performance
> Name and Legal Name" thread.
That is on mb-style see
and the follow-ups.
> The rule before AR definitely was to move the tracks to their composers.
> Now we can keep the album under the *basic* artist "Erich Kunzel and The
> Cincinnati Pops Orchestra" and all the *complicated and detailed*
> information is entered using AR. So the performing orchestra and the
> conductor should also be linked individually (not to the basic
> placeholder "Erich Kunzel and The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra") and every
> track linked to their composer.
> This post has evolved into some kind of a proposal (one could say an
> interim measure until there's a solution for the required primary
> artist). I'll keep this limited to classical and soundtrack releases.
> "Every track/album should be filed under the artist they are attributed
> to on the album sleeve, and all other info is to be duplicated and
> expanded using AR."
I proposed something different: Every track/album should be filed under
that MusicBrainz entity that gives the simples possible and the most
I really start to hate these collaboration artists, but I have no idea how
to remove them from the database.
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