Among the relatively couple of NY psychedelic groups to accomplish national acknowledgement, Autosalvage’s day within the limelight was fairly dim and short. The music group included bassist Miss Boone, the sibling of Lovin’ Spoonful bassist Steve Boone, and Rick Turner, who added guitar to many of the songs on Ian & Sylvia’s 1966 recording Play YET ANOTHER. Autosalvage’s self-titled 1968 recording revealed a reasonably huge palette, with details of folk, blues, and strings. The group’s cheerful harmonies owed a little towards the Lovin’ Spoonful, and Frank Zappa (maybe impressed by their sometimes-disjointed and improvisational materials) was a lover, but their materials was not solid plenty of to forge a unique identification. Boone and drummer Darius Davenport also show up on the obscure 1968 recording by Carry, but normally Autosalvage’s debut was also their drape call.