There have been many ideas submitted that request this feature but they get killed off for insufficient kudos. This is an attempt to consolidate various terminology that is used to describe the same basic concept. I'm dating myself but the term I feel connects best to the idea is "Liner Notes" which comes from the days of vinyl and refers to a more or less discursive set of information that would include credits for all the musicians, engineers, etc. as well as some history and background of the key performers and perhaps the music itself. In the classical genre there would be extensive information about the composer and the historical context of the music. With the advent of CD's this info was transferred to an insert that sometimes extended to a multipage booklet, hence the term "digital booklet" is sometimes used. A good example of this would the digital booklet included with Cecilia Bartoli's album Sacrificium featuring the music of the 16th and 17th century castrati.
The bottom line is that Spotify needs to include more "metadata" about the music especially for the genres that I am interested in such as jazz, classical and traditional folk (aka "roots"). Here is link to one of the best articles that gives the rationale for this idea specifiallly for Classical music. It is still "under consideration" and has almost 2,ooo kudos. I'd suggest we all vote for it and hope that it's scope is extended to include other forms of music besides Classical.
Here is a listing of previous ideas that have requested this feature using various terminology:
Edit: This idea has been reposted here.
Updated on 2018-06-16
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