It was billed as the music of the Rolling Stones and the entire concert consisted of a list of major artists performing one song each from the group's "Hot Rocks" album, a compilation of Stone's hits from 1964-1971. As with most such one-song-per-act benefit concerts, it was hit and miss—with the tried and true veterans delivering the best performances. Here's a brief photo essay, made from the nose bleed seats. And I mean that. I was in the very back row at the furtherest point from the stage in Carnegie Hall.