The setlist was great of course, but I, too, would have appreciated "Piggies", "Devil's Radio" and maybe "Got My Mind Set On You" - I know this is a cover
he did, but after all it was one of his biggest hits. And perhaps some Wilburys stuff, for example "Into the Light" or "Handle with Care" - but this would have required the presence of Bob Dylan, not technically of course, but I think you'll know what I mean. And what about something off "Brainwashed" - wasn't it out by then? I'm sorry, but I'm not sure about the chronology here. In any case, the album was his "good-bye" (even if he had probably not planned it as such
) Whatever, I agree in that I would probably have, if not skipped altogether (Indian music was part of his life and career and Ravi Shankar a person rather close to him and we have to respect that), at least shortened the "Indian" part and had some more of his wonderful songs.