However the most revelatory live album was Live In England 1965.
I got it in the Charlie Is My Darling boxset
However you can get it as an isolated digital release
Or go to a streaming platform
Yeah the setlist is predominantly covers but to me it has a transformed my opinion of the "cover era" of The Rolling stones where previously I thought it was fun but inessential to me finally getting why The Rolling Stones was such a big deal at the start of their career. I mean the response to listening to their debut album and expecting a rough, dangerous, aggressive, true spirit of rock and roll that the reputation it has will only lead to anticlimatic "that's it".
Only when you hear early Stones live do you get the whole combining 'rock and roll aggression/danger' and professionalism that the likes of George Starostin and John McFerrin states was "revolutionary" part of the cover era of The Stones. Add a little bit of distortion to the guitar (unfortunately the studio version the guitar tone is relatively clean), increase the speed of the performance to make it very energetic and then having a crowd screaming in response and you can hear why The Stones was such a phenomenon.
The live version of Route 66 from that album would easily make my Top 5 Rolling Stones song of all time as the performance just cooks and the lead playing is amazing. This album also developed my appreciation for Brian Jones
If a newcomer was getting into The Rolling Stones. I would say that if you were going to explore the cover era of the group I would recommend Live In England 1965 to be the first album you should listen to before you explore all the other release (debut, No. 2, Now, December etc)