Considering this an event that played out from Newport to London, I wonder about the reception of this. I watched a video recently that had the Judas incident featured (I forget how much was actually captured on film and/or audio only). During interviews with protesting fans outside the venues of that tour, someone made the comparison to what I think were the cheesy guitar groups of the early 60s in England, with the singers with strange names. Well, if THAT'S the objection to going electric, fearing that he would start sounding like that, then I'd object, too. Is that similar to what made Pete Seeger and Alan Lomax so bent out of shape? Or were they afraid of a more bluesy-rockandroll sound that they conjured up in their imaginations?