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I have a few folders with randomly assorted music files. I'm looking for a tool or utility that can read the ID3 tags, and then build and populate a folder structure in the format:

some dir/Artist/songs*

I've used MediaMonkey on Windows, but not sure what to use for Linux.

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Picard Musicbrainz is a good program for what you need. You can use it on Linux as well as Windows.

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check out SortTv, its designed for sorting downloaded TV shows, but it also works for music

I use it in Ubuntu.

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