Video Rewind: 7 X 5
Rock & Roll Circus (1968)
Scrapped magical mystery tour starring the Who, Lennon's supergroup with Clapton and Richards, and Brian Jones' slide on "No Expectations." One-time only ("Parachute Woman"), plus v.1's last gasp ("Salt of the Earth"). DVD.
Gimme Shelter (1970)
The Maysles brothers' seminal account of the tour and studio sessions that ended in murder at Altamont Speedway still screams "Gimme Shelter." Criterion DVD.
Cocksucker Blues (1972)
Singularly notorious rock & roll document of the abject boredom and debauchery that accompanies major-league touring. Cue the fluffer. Bootleg only.
Ladies & Gentlemen, the Rolling Stones (1974)
Fort Worth and Houston, June 24-25, 1972, live: theatrical release that never made it to rentals. Doesn't get much sweeter than this, Virginia. Bootleg only.
Let's Spend the Night Together (1983)
Hal Ashby's cinematic wrap-up of the Stones 1981 North American tour was considered a hangover upon release, but 20 years later, it's a one-night stand that bears someone to cream on. VHS.
Video Rewind (1984)
Little seen video compendium with ticklish wraparound by Jagger and Wyman. "Angie," "Neighbors," "It's Only Rock & Roll." Fire up the bubble machine. VHS.
25 X 5: The Continuing Adventures (1989)
No Direction Home as preinterpreted by SNL's Lorne Michaels.