Macworld’s resident podcaster, Cyrus Farivar, came up with this question. I thought the answer might help other iTunes users as well. He writes:
When I search for Bob Dylan, the track listing maxes out at 150. But he’s got 75 albums up there, and surely all the tracks are available. Is there a way to get it to show you more than 150 tracks at once?
There is. Go to the iTunes Music Store and enter
in the search field. A page showing a selection of Dylan’s most popular albums along with a list of 150 tracks will appear. Hit Command-B to bring up iTunes’ browser.
In the browser’s Album column select All. Marvel as all 909 of of the Dylan tracks available through iTunes appear in the list below.