Noone. All of the warhorses are great crowd pleasers. The Stones play to big audiences, for big audiences, not for a bunch of harcore fans. The real warhorses are 10-12, not more. If they play 10 warhorses + 10 other alternate "diamonds", i think the lists will be well- balanced.
There's bagsful of material that may no necessarily be 'warhorses' but that everybody would recognize. I'm still not payin' 300 bucks to see 'em... listened to Seattle '75 last night, the concert I attended. Very, very good for a '75 show. They teneded to be uneven in '75. You would never have known it at the show, but the boots extant tell the story, n'est-ce pas?
"The wonder of Jimi Hendrix was that he could stand up at all he was so pumped full of drugs." Patsy, Patsy Stone
Honestly I still enjoy IORR. They've made it into a Chuck Berry number so its killer at any point in the show (preferably early). Satisfaction and Honky Tonk Women are the only two warhorses I would actually drop from every show. Like others have said, the hits are a necessity.
I'd like to see them play 19th Nervous Breakdown, The Last Time and Get Off My Cloud every show. Those are hits. Big hits. Still get radioplay. Why arent they considered warhorses??
Tumbling Dice, I do not know, but since 72 they played it on ALL Tours. And it's worn out. Gimme Shelter is quite nice, but I've heard it also. They should change the warhorses from concert to concert, like having a set of 4 songs which are played on every 3rd concert or so.
Tumbling Dice is a keeper- still my favorite live song after all these years. I totally disagree with the above post - if anything it's gotten better over the years. Killer riff...I love the versions where they extend it to 6 or 7 minutes. Pure bliss.
Not sure how YGMR got the status of a warhorse, but ever since 94 its almost always in the set list. TD has become a song of horns and back-up singers, Jagger hardly sings the chorus part and the guitars take a back seat to the horns. This is a song where Keith and Ron do more posing then playing. Same goes for Miss You.