To truly be a Sinatra aficionado you must have this 20 CD set which comprises everything done at Reprise. ( Note - I would suggest this set for only hardcore Sinatra fans who already have most of the individual CDs.) I bought this set initially because I had given up trying to get all the individual CDs ( after 5 years of trying I could not find `All Alone', `Great Songs from Great Britain', `I Remember Tommy', and `The World We Knew' anywhere ). But I was amazed at the amount of new songs in this collection. Before I praise the heck out of this collection, I must warn of some real trash that is unfortunately included. First, a few tracks from the `World We Knew' album. `Don't Sleep in the Subway', `Born Free', `This is My Song' and a new version of `Some Enchanted Evening' ( the worst version of this song ever recorded ) are horrible. Why was he recording this stuff ? These songs are not even worthy enough for Sinatra to be humming them. The awful arrangements by Ernie Freeman and H.B Barnum do not help either. What a waste! Even worse is `Everybody's Twistn'. Two words: indescribably awful. However, `Life's A Trippy Thing' a duet with Nancy is unbearable and repulsive. It is a terrible ruin of a song. Sinatra's early `70s retirement occurred soon after this song was released. I would retire too if my name was associated with this. Another drawback - both live albums `Sinatra at the Sands' and `The Main Event' are not included. So what are the reasons to fork over hundreds of dollars for this set? First and foremost, every Reprise album is in here. No more running around North America trying to find rare CDs like `All Alone' ( which is excellent ) or `Great Songs from Great Britain'. Furthermore, the collection has longer versions of what you would get on the individual CDs. This especially improves the Ellington & Sinatra and `LA is My Lady' albums with longer and far superior tracks compared to the tracks on the individual CDs. Or how about some great tracks from the Reprise Repertoire Theater series including duets with Rosemary Clooney `Some Enchanted Evening' ( the finest version of this song ever recorded ), Keely Smith `So In Love', and Dean Martin `Guys And Dolls'. Likewise, they are two underrated duets that are only available in this package. `Style', a phenomenal duet with Dean Martin and Bing Crosby, from `Robin and the Seven Hoods'. `Me And My Shadow', a duet with Sammy Davis Jr., is just plain magic. Other hidden gems - not available anywhere else to my knowledge - include: `Like A Sad Song', `My Foolish Heart' ( recorded in 1988 but Sinatra does sound 30 years younger ) , `Stay With Me', `Since Marie Has Left Paree', `In The Shadow Of The Moon', `Dry Your Eyes' , `Nothing But The Best', and `The Boy's Night Out'. I was unaware these songs existed before and was pleasantly surprised when I heard them. By the way, the `70s disco versions of `All or Nothing at All' and `Night and Day' are actually fun and an entertaining change of pace. Notwithstanding, they are three tracks that makes this collection a must. I had never heard them ( or of them ) before this collection. They are among the greatest songs ever recorded by Sinatra. I'm baffled as to why they have never appeared on any Reprise `Greatest Hits' or other compilation CDs issues. First, `I Like To Lead When I Dance' a song that was recorded for `Robin and the Seven Hoods' but failed to make the film. Why ? This masterpiece was written by Cahn & Van Heusen, there is a remarkable arrangement by Nelson Riddle, and Sinatra sounds amazing. This song deserves to be among Sinatra's classics. Second, the aptly titled `The Game Is Over'. Recorded before Sinatra early `70s short retirement, the song is lovely. A soft little John Denver tune, Sinatra uses it as a canvass to express emotions to the extent which he had only done with `Angel Eyes' from `Only the Lonely'. It is a shame Sinatra never released it, it surely would have become one of his trademark songs. Finally, `Forget To Remember' is what music is about to me. This is music as art. Everything is perfect: Don Costa's arrangement, Teddy Randazzo's lyrics, and Sinatra's glorious voice putting it all together to create a hauntingly beautiful portrait. I can't say enough about this song. It brought me to tears, I would have paid the couple of a hundred of dollars for this song alone. Truly a must have for any Sinatra fan!