A new audience recording from the 1969 concert in Boston (early show) has surfaced on YouTube. It includes Prodigal Son, which seems to be missing in some bootlegs.
From the video description:
ROLLING STONES live audience AUDIO recording, 1969 Nov 29 Boston, early show, includes Prodigal Son.
ROLLING STONES, live audience AUDIO recording, 1969 Nov 29, Boston Garden, 5 PM early show, includes Prodigal Son. Opening act Terry Reid is included as a clip of Superlungs, the last song of his set. SETLIST 1 Intro and seat location 2 Terry Reid, end of set, clip of Superlungs 3 Stones intro by Sam Cutler 4 Jumping Jack Flash 5 Carol 6 Sympathy for the Devil (reel change) 7 Stray Cat Blues 8 Love in Vain 9 Prodigal Son (tape flip) 10 Under My Thumb 11 Midnight Rambler 12 Live with Me (reel change) 13 Little Queenie 14 Satisfaction (tape flip) 15 Honky Tonk Woman 16 Street Fighting Man A Diane DiVittorio Strauss Master Transferred by KRW_CO Do not alter or sell this recording. Mick Jagger, vocals, harmonica Keith Richards, guitar, vocals Mick Taylor, lead guitar Bill Wyman, bass Charlie Watts, drums Terry Reid, vocals, guitar Lee Miles, bass Peter Solley, organ Keith Webb, drums Recorded with Craig 212 portable reel-to-reel recorder, Craig mic, BASF and Sunset tapes. Tapes were more than 50 years old when transferred in 2020. Enjoy this recording for its historic and archival qualities. BB King was scheduled to play but did not, due to a flat tire on the way to the Garden from the airport. Rolling Stones' Madison Square Garden concert, resulting in the LP Get Your Ya Ya's Out, was November 28, the night before this show.