Have mercy! Here's an exclusive video premiere from the new ZZ Top concert recording 'Live at Montreux 2013,' as that "lil' ol' band from Texas" simply tears into 'Waitin' for the Bus.'

Time has taken nothing away from this 40-year old favorite from 'Tres Hombres' -- or, for that matter, from ZZ Top. They even break out a few tandem guitar moves during the song's crunchy midpoint, before frontman Billy Gibbons unleashes a scalding solo.

'Waitin' on the Bus' is part of a 17-song package via Eagle Rock that touches on all of the trio's blues-rocking hits, from 'La Grange' and 'Tush' to 'Sharp Dressed Man' and 'Legs,' with a helping of deep cuts ('Pincushion,' 'My Head's in Mississippi') as well as music from 2012's return-to-form 'La Futura' -- including 'I Gotsta Get Paid' and 'Chartreuse.' There's also a mid-set tribute to Claude Nobs, the late founder of the Montreux Jazz Festival.

Rounded out by bassist Dusty Hill and drummer Frank Beard, ZZ Top just completed a well-received European tour, and returns later in July for some U.S. summer dates with Jeff Beck.

'Live at Montreux 2013' will be released July 22 and can be pre-ordered on Blu-ray and DVD at Amazon.