Bruce Springsteen played with the Stones on Tumbling Dice last night in New Jersey. It must have been a proud moment for him. To be honest, I've been a tad disappointed with the set-lists of the Stones' recent shows. While there have undoubtedly been highlights such as the Stones being reunited with Mick Taylor on Midnight Rambler, the performances of YCAGWYW with a choir, and the sprinkling of special guests, the set-lists don't really jump from the page and I feel they could have varied things up quite a bit more given that they were only playing five shows. I guess, as always, you had to be at the actual shows to fully appreciate whether the show 'flowed'. If the Stones decide to extend this run of shows with a full scale tour starting next year, I predict they'll cut the length of the show and only play about 19/20 songs a night, and I don't think we'd have the special guests, or Mick Tayor, or Bill Wyman, or the choir. With these set-lists, in stadiums, at high prices, I don't think I'll be going to see them again for the last time.