This is a problem of trying to locate particular versions of the album Let It Be by the musical, The Beatles. When I look at this group’s discography, it shows two such titles; a “Super Deluxe” version and an alternate “Naked” version.
But when I look at the discography in Quobuz, it (rightly) shows me not 2, not 3, but 4 possibilities; the aforementioned Super Deluxe and Naked titles, a 2021 mix, and a Remastered version.
Any searching that I do or any search paths doesn’t come up showing me the other versions. I’m not sure if this is a metadata issue or something else, or if there’s some way I don;t know about to make them show.
Have you made any edits to this content in Roon?
Is this content from local files, TIDAL, or Qobuz?
Nope. Looks incomplete there. It shows 2 versions of 57 tracks from Quobuz, one Hi-Res, the other at Redbook, and there’s one version in my personal library. Then it shows two Quobuz versions of 12 tracks and they are both the 2021 mix.
No, as I said, they both show as 2021 mix, just different resolutions. If I look on my phone, the Hi-Res version shows it was released 15 Oct. 2021, the Redbook doesn’t give a date. This is under the ‘Info’ tab, which I don;t see on my PC, which is a little puzzling in itself.
@Sloop_John_B thanks for continuing the conversation. I find this a little interesting if nothing. The version in my library is an oddity; it’s a special 44.1/24-bit release on an Apple USB stick from the 2009 remasters. It comes up as 2021 mix also. If I edit the album and do a manual search to identify it, there’s just one “best fit”.
If I accept that album, it shows 16 editions, including 3 variations from 2009, the new digital download, but not my USB stick, and several vinyl (!?!) releases, and others, including all of the 2021 versions. So I’m guessing there’s something in here that maybe masks getting to the first remastered one as it lumps it with all the rest.