The Complete History of the Leedy Drum Company

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Centerstream Pub., 1993 - Music - 177 pages
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(Percussion). This is the fascinating story of professional drummer, inventor, and industrialist Ulysses Leedy and his apartment-based drum company that became the world's largest manufacturer of percussion equipment. Features many photos documenting the company's interesting history. A must for all collectors and drum enthusiasts!

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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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