Crafting music as a social language
Charlie Rapino Lesson time: (12min 24sec)
Sometimes, artists are visionaries into the future. Sometime, artists just tap into the zeitgeist of their time, translating where society's going into their songs. Case study with Sinatra's "Fly Me To The Moon" and Robbie Williams' "Angels".
About the instructor
Charlie started in the music industry when as a freshly made lawyer, he started promoting gigs by bringing people like Iggy Pop, Patti Smith etc to a radical Italian university crowd.
After working at the notorious Record Plant NYC and breathing the house scene, he formed the Rapino Brothers, with Marco Sabiu, moved to London in 1990 and never looked back. There they took the decade by storm, producing and recording records. After their... read more