Weird. I’m at an utter loss to explain why `find` can see your files but `ls` 
cannot. Could the drive be corrupted?

> On Apr 12, 2018, at 9:38 PM, Bearcat Şándor <bearcatsan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Importing any songs from the band "a-ha" almost removes them from my drive. 
> They can't be found with ls or beets but they can be found via find:
> 
> 
> 
> a directory listing of the a-ha directory only shows one album
> 
> moonwind@jaguarundi audio % ls a-ha 
> 
> 2004-the_singles__1984-2004
> 
> 
> 
> The directory is empty  to 'ls'
> 
> moonwind@jaguarundi audio % ls a-ha/2004-the_singles__1984-2004
> 
> artwork
> 
> 
> 
> However, 'find' sees all 3 albums that i have in there
> 
> audio % find ./ -name "*take_on_me*"
> 
> ./a‐ha/1985-hunting_high_and_low/01-01-take_on_me.wv
> ./a‐ha/2004-the_singles__1984-2004_[5050467-6225-2-4]/01-01-take_on_me.wv
> ./a‐ha/2017-mtv_unplugged_-_summer_solstice/02-10-take_on_me_(mtv_unplugged).wv
>  
> 
> beets doesn't see any even though all of them were imported by beets
> 
> moonwind@jaguarundi audio % beet ls artist:a-ha
> moonwind@jaguarundi audio % beet ls -a albumartist:a-ha
> moonwind@jaguarundi audio % beet ls artist:"a-ha"
> 
> moonwind@jaguarundi audio %
> 
> 
> 
> This drive is a regular usb drive with no special file systems (modern ntfs 
> as it came in the box)
> 
> 
> 
>  
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