1. Autosalvage’s self-titled album came out in March 1968. Nothing happened. They got a couple of good reviews. Nothing happened. They got a gig opening for Richard Pryor at the Cafe au Go-Go on Bleecker Street. “In the year and a half we were together,” Turner told me, “we probably played only 30 gigs. … Unless you were a neo-Chicago blues band or a pop rock band, there wasn’t any work. We were just on the wrong coast.” 
— Ed Ward on Autosalvage: The Psychedelic Band That Vanished View in High-Res

    Autosalvage’s self-titled album came out in March 1968. Nothing happened. They got a couple of good reviews. Nothing happened. They got a gig opening for Richard Pryor at the Cafe au Go-Go on Bleecker Street. “In the year and a half we were together,” Turner told me, “we probably played only 30 gigs. … Unless you were a neo-Chicago blues band or a pop rock band, there wasn’t any work. We were just on the wrong coast.” 

    — Ed Ward on Autosalvage: The Psychedelic Band That Vanished

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