Record Collector (magazine) - p.964 stars out of 5
-- "It's a nice selection of tracks from Sinatra's Reprise years, with all the classics."
Audio Mixers: Larry Walsh; Terry Woodson; Charles Pignone.
Audio Remasterer: Bernie Grundman.
Liner Note Author: Charles Pignone.
Photographer: Ted Allan.
"The Chairman of the Board" died in May of 1998, yet his music sounds as vital and relevant today as ever. Released on the 10th anniversary of his death--in coordination with a slew of DVD releases commemorating the singer's acting career as well as an official U.S. Postal Service stamp--NOTHING BUT THE BEST provides an excellent look at Sinatra's tenure at the Reprise label. Among the album's 22 vintage cuts are classics such as "The Way You Look Tonight," "Luck Be a Lady," "Strangers in the Night," and "My Way." The disc also contains a bonus track in the previously unreleased recording of "Body and Soul." Diehard Sinatra fans will likely own most of this material, yet as a greatest hits set (albeit covering the Reprise years only) NOTHING BUT THE BEST lives up to its title.