"Hate to See You Go" is a real toe-tapper. I'm glad the Stones did several different kinds of Chicago blues, or the whole album would get tedious after a while. I have to admit, the blues -- the musical form, not the state of mind -- and I don't always get along. Blues music, whether pre-war acoustic, post-war electric, or British "blooz," is hard for me to listen to in long segments. I much prefer the music it influenced rather than the original. But I notice it when I hear it; one of the first things that intrigued me about Tracy Chapman's big hit "Give Me One Reason" is that it is essentially a 12-bar blues -- and it was all over the radio for months in 1996-97. Maybe the blues are a tough listen for me because I have the blues so often, though, except in fleeting moments, they've passed for now. But they could come back at any time. I don't think "Hate to See You Go" was offered to U.S. radio stations, as its only chart position was on a digital sales chart (#1 in Blues). No physical formats of the single exist in the States, as far as I can tell; a rare promo CD-R with just the one track was made available in Europe.