TV special The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was a Mick Jagger-- helmed vanity project that somehow went horribly right. The chaotic show--a hybrid of circus and rock concert with some of the hottest acts in swinging London (John Lennon, the Who)--was shelved in the 1960s and not released on video until 1996. The new DVD adds commentary from Jagger, Yoko Ono and others. Keith Richards mumbles the best line: "I remember not remembering everything towards the end." But watching a young Jagger lead the Stones through sublimely insolent versions of You Can't Always Get What You Want and Sympathy...

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