Stephen Bieth

Top Reviewer Ranking: 23
Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (765 of 909)
Location: Mississauga/ Canada
In My Own Words:
No such thing as good or bad music! It comes down to what you like or don't like. Never conform. Remember the best record collection in the world is yours because it what you love to hear! Not what some media outlet tells you what you should like. The only opinion That counts is yours.

Reading about music, buying music, listening to music and seeing it live.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 23 - Total Helpful Votes: 765 of 909
Sunday Night Above the Rain [Blu-ray] [Import] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Marillion
I ordered this from the Band's website and it exceeded all expectations. I have been a fan of this band for years but mainly the period with the original lead singer "Fish". I have tried a few times to get into the music from the second part of their career but it never clicked. I have a friend that is a die hard fan and I ended up ordering a copy with his. I LOVE THIS BLU RAY. Excellent show with excellent audio. It's shot very well to boot.
Here is the part that might get confusing. The version from the website is NTSC region free (not the region coding listed here). It also consists of three Blu rays. Two live shows plus a third disc with their last album in 5.1. So I… Read more
You Dont Want My Name You Want ~ Stooges
Audio - Audience Cassette Tape
Performance - 8/10
Historical Importance - 8.5/10

These are the only shows the stooges did as a five piece and the band is on fire. The down side is the audio is really bad. Basically this was recorded on one of those cassette players from the '70's. You know the ones with the crappy little microphone and the big red record button that you had to push down at the same time as the play button. It's also before high end cassettes were around. So the sound is bad but the bands energy level is high and for the Stooges they were tight. It contains a few songs that did not make it to the three official albums out at the time. But each show has… Read more
A Passion Play [CD + DVD] ~ Jethro Tull
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
After reading Amazon reviews it's pretty obvious this album Jethro Tull fans seem to love or hate. Even Ian Anderson does not seem sure about this record. However I have benn very impressed with the Albums that have been remastered to date so I took a shot. I love this record. The keyboard work reminds of Tony Banks from Genesis. The album has a very thick sound to it and it was not destroyed by today's mastering standards. This is not overly compressed. Once again Steven Wilson does a stellar job remixing and remastering this album.
As a major Progressive Rock fan (my tastes are all over the place. Whether it be Miles Davis, Opeth, Neil Young, David Bowie, etc.) I am loving this 5.1… Read more