Getting data from Show JSON

{
“created”: 1486666731,

These two directories store all of the files. All of the files can be accessed more directly using these directories in browser.
“d1”: “ia902608.us.archive.org”,
“d2”: “ia802608.us.archive.org”,

All the downloads are found http://archive.org/download/moe2006-02-02_urbana_CMXY.flac16
“dir”: “/7/items/moe2006-02-02_urbana_CMXY.flac16“,
“files”: [
{

This xml stores the reviews for the songs
“name”: “moe2006-02-02_urbana_CMXY.flac16_reviews.xml”,
“source”: “metadata”,
“mtime”: “1296661927”,
“size”: “1193”,
“md5”: “9e68fe54aa3becb338b95ec62b231396”,
“crc32”: “ce9383e3”,
“sha1”: “4db98175566d39fa0b1171937a874f2915cb0165”,
“format”: “Metadata”
},
{

This txt stores the song names as an original text document
“name”: “moe2006-02-02_urbana_CMXY.txt”,
“source”: “original”,
“format”: “Text”,
“md5”: “8de736ecefbe7ef613b415c77e3ff85d”,
“mtime”: “1140146528”,
“size”: “960”,
“crc32”: “814576e3”,
“sha1”: “96d4f12654ba8a159f274da33c451c93866ada3c”
},
{

Start of songs
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“source”: “original”,
track“: “0”,
“creator”: “moe.”,
album“: “2006-02-02 – Foellinger Auditorium”,
title“: “Spine of a Dog”,
format“: “Flac”,
“md5”: “810213960a7a490711f690e62cd7ee89”,
“mtime”: “1140106259”,
“size”: “67410915”,
“crc32”: “17c69e49”,
“sha1”: “5dcc563958da4f18f1913efa7b9c196cd547abab”,
length“: “723.66”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”,
“external-identifier”: “urn:acoustid:6fe3199d-7442-4182-9b38-e2aee8c24d94”
},
{
name“: “moe2006-02-02d3t01_fade_in.flac”,
“source”: “original”,
track“: “0”, This is actually track 14. It is wrong here. It’s on disk 3. That’s why it is 14 in the online player.
“creator”: “moe.”,
album“: “2006-02-02 – Foellinger Auditorium”,
title“: “-fade in-“,
format“: “Flac”,
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“mtime”: “1140121057”,
“size”: “979911”,
“crc32”: “8bd99b12”,
“sha1”: “e9c59fec04882d2456ef87763eb817f01798de9e”,
length“: “20”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”,
“external-identifier”: “urn:acoustid:d6e4fe2f-5fab-4572-b751-acf1531559d6”
},
{
name“: “moe2006-02-02d2t04_biblical.flac”,
“source”: “original”,
“track”: “0”,
“creator”: “moe.”,
album“: “2006-02-02 – Foellinger Auditorium”,
title“: “Biblical”,
format“: “Flac”,
“md5”: “339df6677f1bfb77461687c06c76062a”,
“mtime”: “1140121006”,
“size”: “35678750”,
“crc32”: “eb8bea99”,
“sha1”: “fa59abe3f29f56297c5afb180a74d780cf5bf483”,
length“: “380.09”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”,
“external-identifier”: “urn:acoustid:d0ad906b-9c6d-4c43-899c-e36137e4cc9c”
},

{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d3t06_join_together.flac”,
“source”: “original”,
“track”: “0”,
“creator”: “moe.”,
“album”: “2006-02-02 – Foellinger Auditorium”,
“title”: “Join Together”,
“format”: “Flac”,
“md5”: “b8c795f3f990179c94d11aef57c377d1”,
“mtime”: “1140127252”,
“size”: “38074027”,
“crc32”: “d6ffd2fb”,
“sha1”: “baa541f30526e517c6039a79199e2e4339d6507d”,
“length”: “403.24”,
“external-identifier”: “urn:acoustid:686be75d-5c30-4da2-b6ad-485ae222e4d0”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”
},
{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d1t07_captain_america.flac”,

All this time we have had origional. Next we get derivative.
“source”: “original”,
“track”: “0”,
“creator”: “moe.”,
“album”: “2006-02-02 – Foellinger Auditorium”,
“title”: “Captain America”,
“format”: “Flac”,
“md5”: “11c6fad91312c8eb04510e66855e457e”,
“mtime”: “1140112381”,
“size”: “75711492”,
“crc32”: “c83cff8e”,
“sha1”: “7d71d875097e08bd7541544ba1eec228075fe3e5”,
“length”: “729.13”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”,
“external-identifier”: “urn:acoustid:21dca1e8-f1b6-4e6f-9b94-7d6e742afe55”
},
{

With this song derivative starts
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d1t05_four.mp3”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“creator”: “moe.”,
“title”: “Four”,
“album”: “2006-02-02 – Foellinger Auditorium”,
“bitrate”: “185”,
“length”: “17:14”,
“format”: “VBR MP3”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d1t05_four.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429314300”,
“size”: “23910400”,
“md5”: “509d05ae45636049e8fe441735bdf0b9”,
“crc32”: “42f4a981”,
“sha1”: “e1a1c852e89c92d71bd86b979d896b00ea849571”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”
},
{

This is a derivative picture for the tuning song. I can include these in my app eventually.
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d1t04_tuning.png”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “PNG”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d1t04_tuning.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429315243”,
“size”: “8780”,
“md5”: “ec9aa0c99c54f8770bc0d7834fbcfca6”,
“crc32”: “cde6873a”,
“sha1”: “e503ed7f46a84fdf0884f874b5c334e77af687c5”
},
{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d3t06_join_together.mp3”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“creator”: “moe.”,
“title”: “Join Together”,
“album”: “2006-02-02 – Foellinger Auditorium”,
“bitrate”: “184”,
“length”: “06:43”,
“format”: “VBR MP3”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d3t06_join_together.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429314127”,
“size”: “9300480”,
“md5”: “d60cf7d4f5ae3f41218a6009d913e275”,
“crc32”: “a40c086b”,
“sha1”: “f6eacedac91ceeb1b9a615693440d80b6cba1596”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”
},
{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d2t03_meat.png”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “PNG”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d2t03_meat.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429315240”,
“size”: “10690”,
“md5”: “486f7789b38646deb551dac440f06eb3”,
“crc32”: “06509d52”,
“sha1”: “fbf96e669d71fa141a5165454a06bfb6b6ae02fc”
},
{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d3t03_32_things.mp3”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“creator”: “moe.”,
“title”: “32 Things”,
“album”: “2006-02-02 – Foellinger Auditorium”,
“bitrate”: “185”,
“length”: “13:53”,
“format”: “VBR MP3”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d3t03_32_things.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429313859”,
“size”: “19319808”,
“md5”: “b87eb23b451e062d257770e91a7bf9ba”,
“crc32”: “defb6a50”,
“sha1”: “be51af9d454a216de75c8e1ea5eb8bf8129a254d”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”
},
{

This is strange. This seems to be song rating data that is computer generated. Archive is analyzing music and trying to figure out what the music is like.
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d1t06_wicked_awesome_esshigh.json.gz”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “Essentia High GZ”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d1t06_wicked_awesome_esslow.json.gz”,
“mtime”: “1429317343”,
“size”: “1836”,
“md5”: “bf1b1252d823f91d6e027e520da3d190”,
“crc32”: “256a00af”,
“sha1”: “1ba7e69dae9a9a9945d3411debb900d3f54aabf3”
},
{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d3t04_new_york_city_esshigh.json.gz”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “Essentia High GZ”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d3t04_new_york_city_esslow.json.gz”,
“mtime”: “1429317421”,
“size”: “1841”,
“md5”: “53f418045bd334a46cc4191bb6c5d026”,
“crc32”: “de44548b”,
“sha1”: “1784caf8befd0f55fdf75d6c767f80600c81d88e”
},
{

This is a fingerprint file.
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d3t07_nebraska.afpk”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “Columbia Peaks”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d3t07_nebraska.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429316603”,
“size”: “62928”,
“md5”: “6322cc5270d12f726310e4e2473b63ff”,
“crc32”: “60f1d7d7”,
“sha1”: “47341fff8309773d1b6dcc62feb07f7c02b36469”
},
{

This is another computer classification file. IT HAS A DANCABILITY RATING IN ALL OF THESE. THE MACHINES ARE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT I’LL WANT TO DANCE TO WHILE HIGH AS FUCK AT A SHOW. The machines need MDMA and LSD to understand the constantly changing loves of archive listeners.
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d3t01_fade_in_esslow.json.gz”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “Essentia Low GZ”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d3t01_fade_in.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429316068”,
“size”: “21243”,
“md5”: “c6e8dcbe2d8bd8006d8a63a3e954ea80”,
“crc32”: “51587cee”,
“sha1”: “5efad8e6445da9d75421d15a2213635bc42f0c96”
},
{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d1t08_bring_it_back_home.afpk”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “Columbia Peaks”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d1t08_bring_it_back_home.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429317271”,
“size”: “78936”,
“md5”: “8db2993af1280c617e040269a8b87151”,
“crc32”: “b5c4664c”,
“sha1”: “fe072a3efb19d30f834b993451019063022784c1”
},
{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d3t05_crowd.afpk”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “Columbia Peaks”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d3t05_crowd.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429316872”,
“size”: “56176”,
“md5”: “0c6c219e7ac367fab0ff3d473051cfdf”,
“crc32”: “b3c9f467”,
“sha1”: “6b4d8f06d44bb28d6366b1d49f05027a32380154”
},
{
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d2t03_meat.ogg”,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “Ogg Vorbis”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d2t03_meat.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429314764”,
“size”: “26422751”,
“md5”: “f8d72d0425aaf7fefc60376220861f3d”,
“crc32”: “3fb3818b”,
“sha1”: “7d0f62acdd3505fafd250635354509fe1b32be06”,
“length”: “2311.51”,
“height”: “0”,
“width”: “0”
},

Here we have a spectrogram of the song.
“name”: “moe2006-02-02d1t07_captain_america_spectrogram.png“,
“source”: “derivative”,
“format”: “Spectrogram”,
“original”: “moe2006-02-02d1t07_captain_america.flac”,
“mtime”: “1429315319”,
“size”: “297986”,
“md5”: “e5160dd0b34477b928a2dace4503ecef”,
“crc32”: “fa05d6e2”,
“sha1”: “1223f5bd6b43e06d810c7c86e0f0926c6514cb74”


},
{

Here we have a metadata file about the entire show. META. This stores taper info, date info and some other info link coverage: Location.
“name”: “moe2006-02-02_urbana_CMXY.flac16_meta.xml“,
“source”: “metadata”,
“mtime”: “1464340919”,
“size”: “1593”,
“format”: “Metadata”,
“md5”: “7cf2be9042c166f4b6299ce7fe50ad54”,
“crc32”: “ec4f00ae”,
“sha1”: “b41cd2a0b40197b1c5e418c1078e286e557c93f8”
},
{

A Torrent of the show. I don’t know if it works because I can’t torrent on work computers.
“name”: “moe2006-02-02_urbana_CMXY.flac16_archive.torrent”,
“source”: “metadata”,
“btih”: “c7058c87d07269bb5aac65d01cc0e1b8c17b4687”,
“mtime”: “1464340924”,
“size”: “59297”,
“md5”: “f3bdf2c6cdbcffd5b488737e5b1cf574”,
“crc32”: “d6aebc3d”,
“sha1”: “07a3267c757fa16e23e8030bedee63bac 848519”,
“format”: “Archive BitTorrent”
},
{

This stores all of the same info in XML format which is a lot easier to read. It only covers the contents of the FILES section in this JSON document.
name”: “moe2006-02-02_urbana_CMXY.flac16_files.xml”,
“source”: “metadata”,
“md5”: “1b60b876a43e11b76b336a5025877e78”,
“format”: “Metadata”
}


That’s the end of the files. PNG, MP3, OOG, XML, SPECTOGRAMS, TORRENT, 
],
“files_count”: 165,
“item_size”: 1412834222,

Here’s all the metadata listed out.
“metadata”: {
“identifier”: “moe2006-02-02_urbana_CMXY.flac16”,
“mediatype”: “etree”,
“subject”: “Live concert”,
“publicdate”: “2006-02-19 06:13:24”,
“creator”: “moe.”,
“description”: “[1] Spine of a Dog > New York City, She Sends Me, Four > Wicked Awesome, Captain America > Bring It Back Home\n[2] Tailspin > Meat, Biblical, Opium > 32 Things > New York City\n[E] Join Together, Nebraska”,
“coverage”: “Urbana, IL”,
“date”: “2006-02-02”,
“uploader”: “gcomley@maine.rr.com”,
“addeddate”: “2006-02-16 19:24:34”,
“adder”: “awesomegary”,
“pick”: “0”,
“updatedate”: “2006-02-16 19:26:19”,
“updater”: “awesomegary”,
“notes”: “The fade tracks in-between discs two and three can be removed for use with longer media and portable devices.”,
“source”: “Schoeps CMXY 4V > Sound Devices 722 (24bit/96kHz)”,
“taper”: “Gary Comley”,
“lineage”: “Tracked, fades added, resampled (44.1), and dithered (16) in DSP-Quattro X”,
“venue”: “Foellinger Auditorium”,
“transferer”: “Gary Comley”,
“discs”: “3”,
“has_mp3”: “1”,
“shndiscs”: “2”,
“public”: “1”,
“publisher”: “Gary Comley”,
“type”: “sound”,
“year”: “2006”,
“collection”: [
“moe”,
“etree”
],
“title”: “moe. Live at Foellinger Auditorium on 2006-02-02”,
“filesxml”: “Wed Mar 23 5:01:45 UTC 2011”,
“backup_location”: “ia903600_13”,
“md5s”: “”
}, Ends the metadata

Need to incorporate the reviews that are already here.
“reviews”: [
{
“reviewbody”: “The auditorioum has potential for live music but the it was somewhat cramped up front and very little people were in the back. sound quality was good, not great and the playing was about the same. No real peaks here. the meat is probably the strongest, but pales in comparison to other versions.”,
“reviewtitle”: “moe. at u of i”,
“stars”: “4”,
“reviewer”: “I.C.”,
“createdate”: “2006-11-27 18:08:24”,
“reviewdate”: “2006-11-27 18:08:24”
},
{
“reviewbody”: “was at this show lived about 30 MIN FROM CHAMPAIGN…got to the show and it was a beautiful venue but the scene seemed to be different. It seemed like there were a lot of first timers. The highlight is the Tailspin”,
“reviewtitle”: “K”,
“stars”: “4”,
“reviewer”: “hsihphd7”,
“createdate”: “2007-01-28 03:16:21”,
“reviewdate”: “2007-01-28 03:16:21”
}
], End of reviews
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