It seems the Rolling Stones have chased The Beatles recording legacy forever. The Fab Four started writing songs; Mick and Keith took a shot at it too. The Beatles put out a double album in 1968; the Stones followed with “Exile on Main Street”. So how do the Rolling Stones compete with September’s fanfare over the remastered Beatles catalog since they’ve allowed their albums to be remastered 4-5 times already? They release an “expanded edition” of their live album, “Get Yer Ya-Yas Out!” By expanded, this means a fancy box with 5 Stones songs not on the original release plus an additional disc of music by opening acts from their November 1969 Madison Square Garden concerts. Bear in mind Keith Richards and Mick Jagger picked decent opening acts: Ike & Tina Turner and B. B. King, both in good form here. Recognized as one of the great live albums in rock and roll history, the sound quality is somewhat improved thanks to modern technology but it still leaves room for wonder why this box set didn’t include more music. The Stone are preparing another re-release of “Exile on Main Street” sometime in 2010; let’s see if they can catch up with The Beatles again.