This is the dumbest thread I have ever read in my life. First off, as you admitted, the show HAD several surprises. Dave Grohl, A Day in the Life/Give Peace a Chance, and the Liverpool song written in Japan were worth the price of admission by themselves. A member of Nirvana AND a member of The Beatles shared the stage together, for chissake. This concert was Macca paying homage to Liverpool. He's not going to pay homage to Liverpool by playing obscure B-sides to please bored fanboys that have seen him live 32 times. There's no way you can call him an oldies act when he continues to produce quality new music. Hell, he was up for a grammy this year for Only Mama Knows, and MAF is an incredible album. Macca has always been the most accessible of all the Beatles, and he tries damn hard to please the fans. Fortunately or unfortunately, the majority of McCartney fans are Beatles fans first and foremost, which means he's going to play his "hits".