Senza Orario Senza Bandiera (album dei New Trolls del 1968)

SENZA ORARIO SENZA BANDIERA è il primo album dei New Trolls, inciso nel 1968 dopo alcuni notevoli singoli, strutturato a tema e sostenuto da alcuni intermezzi musicali composti da Gian Piero Reverberi che, con Fabrizio De André, produsse il disco.

L’apertura tocca a Ho veduto, ballata acustica che racconta esperienze vissute che hanno lasciato il segno. Vorrei comprare una strada è un interagire tra il protagonista del brano e un uomo di nome William, con il primo a raccontargli cosa farebbe se potesse avere qualcosa di suo, 3 è il numero di Signore io sono irish, splendida canzone in cui la fede di un uomo metaforicamente chiamata “bicicletta” vacilla. Susy Forrester è la struggente storia di una donna che tanto ha amato non senza rimpianti e raggiunta una certa età torna a ritroso nel tempo per ricordarli, Al bar dell’angolo espone la debolezza di colui che perde per il vizio del gioco, mentre Duemila, che vive di un motivo pulsante, cita un pescatore e il suo stato d’animo nel cuore della notte.

La splendida e nostalgica Ti ricordi Joe? è il dialogo di due reduci che in guerra hanno servito la marina, Padre O’Brien, ministro di DIO, predica l’amore per il prossimo. Tom Flaherty usa un modo singolare per esprimere l’amore di un uomo alla sua donna, usando solo suggestive metafore, ma cantando che “da me non lo saprai”.

Eccoci dunque alla chiusura del disco con Andrò ancora che riprende il motivo d’apertura sfoggiando grandi prospettive “per le strade del mondo”.

I testi di questo capolavoro furono modellati da Faber, che lesse le poesie del suo amico Riccardo Mannerini rendendole grandi canzoni: l’Irish del terzo brano era il soprannome del poeta. Chiunque non abbia ancora ascoltato SENZA ORARIO SENZA BANDIERA lo faccia: si sentirà trasportato in un viaggio nella suggestione, nella fede, nell’ottimismo, ma anche nei ricordi di tempi andati sfiniti dalla nostalgia e dalla perdita di un treno che non passerà più.

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