Thanks, but I am afraid your approach is too advanced. This particular relative is not IT savvy by any stretch of the imagination. This is more a matter of being able to answer a handful of questions:
- Do I already own CD X?
- What CD is song X on?
- What CDs by artist X do I own?
- Who sings song X?
I plan on making an extremely simple web interface and so far the code above seems to be doing the trick where as other wheels don't. Personally, I don't have a lot of music to worry about - I listen to web broadcast radio stations.
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