'Havana Moon', musically, is as close to a greatest hits package as the Rolling Stones have ever produced. What makes it special is the location: the first ever rock concert in Cuba in front of over a million people. While a free event without the merchandizing and other activities that have become standardized at rock concerts, the set list mostly sticks to the big hits. When you are the Rolling Stones, that's not necessarily a bad thing. The Stones bulldoze there way through two hours of dance friendly classics, with only a few deep cuts like 'Midnight Rambler'. For the casual fan, this is a terrific set, but for the die hard, you've heard all this before. But it is still very good, and some day the Stones won't be around. Then this set will be iconic.