Dig the Rolling Stones live at the Marquee Club from French television show Pops2! It's good and they seem laid back, casual, and at ease in the smaller confines of the Marquee.
I note this as the Mick Taylor era 'cause, for as heavy as the Stones were during his tenure, I never heard his name floating into any Stones conversation. Taylor was a bright eyed, nimble guitarist for John Mayall who was tapped to fill Brian Jones' purple suede thigh highs after Jones was finally excised from the Rolling Stones in 1969. And he was the second guitarist opposite Keef during the time generally considered the Stones most respected and perhaps progressive era as they produced albums Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St, and Goat Head Soup. Those albums would have been very different beasts without Taylor. He quit the band in 1974 after he found he wasn't credited for a couple songs he co-wrote on It's Only Rock 'n Roll.