The first song was indeed Andy, the 4th was Who Are the Brain Police?, and the song after Zomby Woof was Black Napkin (one of the highlights of the show!). I didn't write down tracks so unfortunately I can't remember what came after Montana though
The show was astonishing! One of the best I have been to in ages, right up there with my alltime favorites! Highlights other than Black Napkin for me included the opening one-two punch of Andy and Call Any Vegetable, St. Alfonzo's (it was a dream seeing it played live) and Inca Roads and Peaches (though Peaches did seem a little muddy with 3 guitarists on the melody). All day today I have been humming Torture, it was the perfect end to the MAMMOTH 3 hour set!
There were no misfires, although the audio was strangely, noticeable increased during Montana, not necessarily to a painful level but louder, in my opinion, than the technical complexity of the music can rightly support. It became hard to hear the subtle nuances of the music. Still, my only regret is that I had to leave after More Trouble Every Day, it was beyond my control but I'm bummed I missed those last 2 tunes! I'm EXTREMELY curious to know what the "mystery" song that Bryan couldn't identify is!
I was fortunate enough to be able to see the show from the 5th row and considering the length and virtuosity of the performance, I would consider the price of tickets a STEAL! We are stealing money from these brilliant performers - that's how amazing this show was, folks!
If you're reading through these postings regarding the early shows, wondering whether to plunk down that money, well, I guarantee that you will not be disappointed. I had a smile on my face the whole night, literally; my jaw hurts today! ^_^
I have to agree that Scheila and Aaron were a blast to watch, not only for their ASTONISHING skills, but for the clear joy they took in performing every song. Napoleon was a goddamn whirlwind - how a man of his age can move like that, sing like that, blow out those massive, extended, breathless arpeggios... It was positively infectious - Dweezil has truly assembled the ultimate touring group.
Who knows if ZpZ will still be going in a year? I hope it becomes an annual thing, but if the players go their own ways, I know I experienced a truly magical musical moment the likes of which I don't imagine I'll see again for some time...