Requesting guidance for batch file deletion
I am running Ubuntu currently, although I have a feeling the solution to this will apply to many distributions, hence the post in "Newbie" ... but feel free to move if this belongs elsewhere!
I recently merged iTunes libraries, and after iTunes automagically moved and re-structured my music folder, there are now duplicate copies of many songs in the root directory of each artist folder.
I would like to delete all of the files within the first level of the directory structure of the iTunes Media directory. Any song files should be located one level deeper, within each album's folder.
Is there a simple way to accomplish this at the command line? I'm not sure what direction to begin looking, so any guidance is appreciated!