This past month, ABKCO Records gave Ya Ya's a lush refurbish, complete with an extra disc of live tracks by openers B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner. The package adds five Stones songs to the previous ten to create an entire concert experience, because one has to admit that only two shy of a dozen isn't enough to capture what was going with these guys at the time. Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin randomly pop up backstage hanging out Jagger and company as well. Joplin is seen taking a few drags at the side of the stage at the MSG shows, giddily clapping along.The thing that makes this gift set a must-have is the bonus DVD of songs shot by Maysles and crew. A few performances from these MSG dates made it onto Gimme Shelter with the rest cut for time. What is included here is stunning and a snapshot of a young band about to outlast the Beatles. Drummer Charlie Watts is seen at a photo shoot on a deserted highway with the donkey from the cover of Ya Ya's and we get to see Richards playing piano and rifling through tapes in the recording studio. Also included in the deluxe edition is a hardbound book with expanded pictures from the tour, two temporary tattoos, and a red guitar pick with Watts silhouette adorning it. If anything pick up this Stones set for the performance of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" where you get to the entire floor of MSG at a slow burn, watching Jagger work his voodoo on women and men alike. The song fades out and Jagger slowly heads toward Maysles camera like a feral beast, wild-eyed and sweaty. It's a sight for the ages.