Next we get.
Five By Five (Decca 1964)
Culled from sessions at Chess Studios in Chicago. All covers save for the instrumental track 2120 South Michigan Avenue - which coincidently is the address of Chess Studios in Chicago.
And then we get the live one.
Got LIVE If You Want It! (Decca 1965)
Probably the best representation of an early Rolling Stones live performance. Supposedly it was recorded by suspending a microphone from the balcony. Recorded by Glyn Johns who later went on to produce The Who and The Faces (among others). I have my doubts about it's authenticity as a live recording, but it really IS exciting.
Only five tracks (I'm not counting the 'We Want The Stones' track which is nothing more than the audience chanting in anticipation). Notes say it was recorded at three venues. Probably just so more of the UK record buying public could say 'I was there.' Live recordings at the time had not yet come into their own as the techniques currently employed were not yet used.