In the second segment, we get the hit folkies of the '50s and some of that era's most memorable tunes — "Tom Dooley," "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?," "Puff, the Magic Dragon," "Jamaica Farewell" and "Blowin' in the Wind," to name a few. And the troupe offers the Kingston Trio's comic "Zombie Jamboree" intact, down to the offhand remarks.
When the Dylan-electric moment arrives, it's reported that Pete Seeger was backstage trying to pull the plug. Whether that was because of the amplification or due to Dylan's blatant, repetitive version of the fairly awful "Maggie's Farm" isn't quite clear.
The troupe treads lightly on the protests of the '60s, though its choral rendition of "We Shall Overcome" is a clear highlight. Dylan (James) and Baez (Bennett) make a winning team on their duet of "Blowin' in the Wind."