Okay, I purchased this CD-https://musicbrainz.org/release/7abee583-0c05-4407-b746-19ebc41916ee/edits. Ran it through EAC, changed it to flac and started Picard. Placed the cd in my drive to “look up cd”. Picard chose the above release. It looked good so I added some additional cover art prior to tagging…
I went to my “EAC Edit” folder and selected it to begin the tagging process. Clicked “cluster” and drug the cluster to the rt side pane. Everything matched except for track 11 & 15. Hmmm. The script I use is complex and sometimes it can’t handle a medley or a tag with too many characters so I worked around it.
Today I was refreshing my Four Seasons folder and still could not get the 2 above tracks to finalize. I went to edit history and found it was first submitted in 2008. A couple of months later, someone had submitted this disk id (https://musicbrainz.org/cdtoc/J6TBM7Q9Oh11U4FQdhjTXcr89Io-) It is the same as my disk. However, there are 2 disk id’s attached to this release. I can’t see a date of the 2nd id. Would it have been submitted automatically during the initial submission?
Further investigation (Discogs) https://www.discogs.com/Frankie-Valli-And-The-Four-Seasons-The-20-Greatest-Hits-Of-Frankie-Valli-The-Four-Seasons-Live/release/3356221 , shows a re-release date of 2007. Discogs also shows several other releases of this album with “Curb” label.The back cover art submitted previously shows the last issue is 1990. My cd back cover art shows the last issue to be 2007 although my medium and “cardboard” outer cover show 1990. Finally my question. Do I remove the disk id and the cover art I provided from this listing and enter a new release or just add a note and leave it alone? Track times are really close. Whew, sorry about the treatise but I wanted to furnish info. I’m learning to get very picky.