To me, the absolutely excellent cover of It's All Over Now is a good enough reason to buy this album.
But if that doesn't satisfy you, let me give you a few more. The album starts out with the foot-tapping, lively Around and Around, and is followed by the very raw Confessin' the Blues. I'm sure I don't need to introduce you to the Stones' fantastic cover of Time Is On My Side...."Tiiii-iiii-iiime, IS on my siiiide... yes it is!" ... Great stuff! Under the Boardwalk and Suzie Q are also exceptional examples of early Stones. Oh, and again, you won't find a better example of chugging, charging, smirking, hollaring Stones than in It's All Over Now. Jagger's vocals are superb, and the weaving of Jones' and Keef's guitars is almost reminiscent of their later days with Mick Taylor.
On the whole, brilliant stuff. A little filler here and there, but it's reduced to insignificance by the brilliance of the rest of it. Plus two thumbs up for the packaging, remastering, and SACD-ing.