From snares to cymbals, drums are taking over the stage in this first-ever collected look into some of the most famous drum kits of rock and roll history.
Crash is the definitive Illustrated history of the drum kits of rock ’n’ roll legends. Featuring images from live concerts, outdoor festivals, and private recording sessions, this spectacular volume captures the personal connection between artist and instrument. Along with the makes and models, each kit is accompanied by commentary about the history of the kit, its special characteristics, as well as its significance to rock history. Including photographs of Neil Peart, Carl Palmer, Ginger Baker, Keith Moon, Ringo Starr, and many more, Crash is the ultimate photographic guide to the world of rock ’n’ roll’s most famous drum kits.
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About the Author
David Frangioni is a respected pioneer in digital audio and video technology who has written for Rolling Stone, Fortune, and EQ. He is considered one of the most prominent collectors of Clint Eastwood memorabilia, with more than 10,000 items in his ever-growing collection.
Mark “Weissguy” Weiss’ credits include Mötley Crüe’s first appearance in a national publication, Oui Magazine in 1982; countless magazine covers and spreads worldwide; and the iconic imagery for many multi-platinum albums, including Bon Jovi’s Slippery When Wet and Twisted Sister’s Stay Hungry.