The Rogers Book

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Hal Leonard Corporation, 1999 - Music - 221 pages
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(Book). In this book, author Rob Cook gives the complete history of the Rogers Drum Company, whose drums, in the words of Not-So-Modern Drummer editor John Aldridge, were "the Cadillac of the 1960s...(whose) innovations in hardware design have been copied by almost every drum manufacturer in existence." The Rogers Book covers the company's east coast beginnings, the Covington, OH era, English Rogers, the CBS era, and much more. It includes a list of Rogers endorsees, a comprehensive guide for dating equipment, a color section showing old catalogs and drum colors, the parts listings from all Rogers catalogs, a list of current resources, and lots of photographs throughout. This is a must-have for all drum enthusiasts!
  

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About the author (1999)

Rob Cook lives in Manhattan's East Village. He is the author of Songs for the Extinction of Winter (Rain Mountain Press, 2007), Diary of Tadpole the Dirtbag (Rain Mountain Press, 2009), Blackout Country (BlazeVOX [books], 2009), EMPIRE IN THE SHADE OF A GRASS BLADE (The Bitter Oleander Press, 2013), and BLUEPRINTS FOR A GENOCIDE (Spuyten Duyvil, 2013). His work has appeared in, among others, FENCE, Harvard Review, Sugar House Review, AUFGABE, Pleiades, The Bitter Oleander, Mudfish, Massachusetts Review, Mayday Magazine, Osiris, Ur Vox, Colorado Review, Salamander, Many Mountains Moving, and Parthenon West Review.

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