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Go BIG, Vol. 2: Getting the Most from Your Hoopla Credits

Reviewed by: 
Lou
A Woman Listening to Lots of Music

To maximize your Hoopla borrowing power, we've compiled another list of super-sized musical collections.

 

This genre-jumping sampler includes career-spanning anthologies and jam-packed greatest hits sets. You can take a deep dive (51 hours of Grateful Dead!) into the catalogs of your favorite artists, or get adventurous and experience some engaging new-to-you sounds (spend some time with Fairport Convention).

 

This mountain of music – and hundreds of other high-quality compilations in the Hoopla treasure trove – provide a welcome diversion during these uneasy weeks.

 

Glen Campbell: The Legacy (1961-2017) [78 tracks]

Rod Stewart: Reason To Believe: The Complete Mercury Recordings [56 tracks]

Sheryl Crow: Hits and Rarities [30 tracks]

Bill Evans: The Complete Fantasy Recordings [99 tracks, 10 hours + 19 minutes]

Peter Gabriel: Flotsam and Jetsam [62 tracks]

Various Artists: Hitsville USA: The Motown Singtles Collection 1959-1971 [104 tracks]

The Everly Brothers: Walk Right Back: The Everly Brothers On Warner Bros, 1960-1969 [50 tracks]

Chaka Khan: The Studio Album Collection: 1978-1992 [92 tracks]

Grateful Dead: Complete Road Trips [388 tracks, 51 hours + 43 minutes!!!]

Isaac Hayes: Ultimate Isaac Hayes: Can You Dig It? [32 tracks]

Buddy Holly: Memorial Collection [60 tracks]

Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt: The Complete Trio Collection [41 tracks]

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers: The Best of Everything: The Definitive Career-Spanning Hits Collection 1976-2016 [38 tracks] (From the Bonus Borrows Collection—a free loan, does not use a Hoopla credit!)

John Coltrane: Legacy [39 tracks]

Stevie Wonder: The Complete Stevie Wonder [568 tracks, 15 hours + 13 minutes!!]

Paul McCartney: Wingspan: Hits and History [40 tracks]

Fairport Convention: Come All Ye: The First Ten Years (1968 to 1978) [121 tracks]

Various Artists: Billboard #1s: The '70s [30 tracks]

George Jones: Songbook [41 tracks]

Black Sabbath: Complete Studio Albums 1970-1978 [64 tracks]

 

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