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To group all of the songs in the same album, organize them manually.
If you're a member of Apple Music or subscribe to i Tunes Match, any organizational changes you make will update across all of your devices.
By default, i Tunes organizes albums based on the name of the album's artist.
Some songs from the same album might not be grouped together if their album names differ slightly, if the album is a compilation, or songs from the album have different artists.
With these two settings enabled, any music you purchase from Amazon gets added to your i Tunes library as soon as it lands in your Amazon Music library.
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We will show you how to take music across three of the more popular cloud music services — Amazon Music, Google Play Music, and Xbox Music — and consolidate them into the most popular music manager, i Tunes.
Then we will tackle the chore of tidying up your i Tunes library, deleting duplicates, finding missing album art, and filling in metadata.
Get Info shows they already have consistent album & artist details so overtyping won't help.
Instead add a trailing X onto the Artist, Album Artist & Album fields on the Info tab, also switch to the Sorting tab and modify Sort Artist, Sort Album Artist, and Sort Album in a similar fashion, then click OK. Use Get Info again to restore the original values...