My favourite is Sticky Fingers. Next is a compilation album - in that respect it is not really like the discrete albums, though to me it is, I guess because it was the first Stones album I heard, way back in about 1968 or 1969: Through the past, darkly.
If you just want to hear the Stones, rather than experience albums, there’s a mammoth compilation called Grrr with 50 tracks.
Just about to post about later editions of the albums released on Rolling Stones Records, but @jegreenwood has beaten me to it. If you wish to try the albums Sticky Fingers through to A Bigger Bang try and source those distributed by either CBS and Virgin. Essentially avoid anything with a Polydor label imho, they are the dirrect opposite of what you are enjoying with the sacds.
For the Live experience … incl visuals … how about “Totally Stripped” - a 4-disc Blu-Ray set (also on DVD I believe) … output channelled through your Naim system natch … these are 3 x “Back To Basics” concerts performed at Amsterdam, Paris, and London … the Amsterdam stage version of Gimme Shelter is utterly, utterly, utterly … sensational! Disc 4 is a standard audio-only CD with highlights from the 3 concerts … (But … don’t ignore “Ya-Ya’s” … it’s one of the best live albums of all time, great sound and performances).