So I just got a copy of the new Rolling Stones 3-disc sort-of best-of album Honk (don't ask).
As you might expect, the Greatest Hits section -- which derives, partly, from every official Stones studio album since they started their own label -- is a fairly depressing document of their devolution as a creative force since, oh, maybe around the time of Some Girls, although I was surprised to find that their recent blues record wasn't as bad as I remembered.
The third disc -- which is all recent live stuff, often with guests -- has its moments, however. And, because I love you all more than food, here they are.
A pretty cool version of "Bitch," with Dave Grohl.
And a really fabulous "Dead Flowers," with Brad Paisley (who sounds, in the immortal words of Ian Hunter, like he's wanted to do this for years and years).