Think you've recommended the Brian Jones era live set before. There's also some nice BBC sessions from the same period. TBH I've never been a huge fan of that era- never bothered hearing any studio albums earlier than "Aftermath" (have most of the songs on various comps though). I will say that if you haven't heard that "Leeds Lungs" bootleg, you should definitely check it out ASAP: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLV2KRFDYIWzL_0UBFsQ-YPQsNJtd3PRdX
I don't want anything to do w/ U2. Can't stand them. By that same token, I know you're not into either jazz or Zappa but most fans of either will tell you that they're at their best live.
Radiohead has some good live cuts on that "Towering Above The Rest" bootleg comp (especially their BBC sessions) but I've never heard a whole live album that was particularly satisfying. Haven't heard "Miami Pop Festival" and while I love me some live Hendrix, I have so much of it already, it generally really needs to distinguish in one way or another to make me seek it out