Renan Takenouchi:We all know the man doesn't like to changes the setlist. Although we got 6 changes between the first and the second nights, I was really disappointed to see that are just recycled songs: "I've Just Seen A Face", "Listen To What The Man Said", "Helter Skelter". I love those songs, but come on, Paul! It's almost impossible find a fan that haven't heard any of these songs in the last years. And he just drop out "Here, There And Everywhere" and "The Fool On The Hill". Both are beautiful songs, familiar to the audience and have not been played in a while. Very frustrating.
We all would love to hear our favorite songs played, and like I've said before it would be great even though we wouldn't agree on what the changes should be. Huge catalog, we all have our favorites. Having said that before (and repeating because of the criticism) if you are disappointed and you know what he has been playing with small variations and you go and expect something different than he has been giving us over the years..., why do you expect something to change? It IS What It IS. He plays what he wants, thats not changing, and looking at his success he has the right IMO to feel that way.
I have songs I would love to hear, but I go expecting the basic setlist with small changes, and the shows are awesome, I hope I have the chance to see the MAN for years to come.
I listened to a periscope feed last night and I've heard the Hendrix song more times than I can remember, yet the people were fascinated with the story, those of us that have seen him over and over are in the minority, first timers enjoy it