…Ma cosa vuoi che sia una canzone… (album di Vasco Rossi del 1978)

Era un ragazzo di 26 anni Vasco Rossi quando nel 1978 incise il suo primo album …MA COSA VUOI CHE SIA UNA CANZONE…

In quel periodo il futuro cantante italiano per antonomasia lavorava come conduttore radiofonico con le radio libere in grande ascesa. Ma ecco il salto di qualità con un disco realizzato disponendo di pochi mezzi ma ottimi collaboratori: Claudio Golinelli al basso, Ricky Portera alla chitarra, Giovanni Pezzoli alla batteria, Gaetano Curreri alle tastiere e Maurizio Biancani ingegnere del suono, tutti destinati a una grande carriera.

Si parte alla grande con La nostra relazione, in cui Vasco chiede a “lei” di ammettere che è finita. Le donne sono spesso chiamate in causa dall’album: in Jenny e pazza mette in evidenza la depressione e la follia, in Silvia il delicato ritratto di una figura femminile. Ecco invece le metafore di Tu che dormivi piano usate per descrivere un rapporto sessuale appena consumato, mentre E poi mi parli di una vita insieme mette “lui” al cospetto di una proposta di matrimonio.

Un tuffo ironico nella politica con il brano Ambarabaciccicoccò segna un divertente momento di rottura nel disco, con i comizi retorici messi alla berlina e il tempo crea eroi, ritrae uno spaccato sulla società valido oggi come allora e prelude all’ultima traccia Ciao, toccante brano per pianoforte.

Quando un debutto è così bello viene da ignorare che un disco non abbia scalato la classifica, tuttavia …MA COSA VUOI CHE SIA UNA CANZONE… si meritò il disco d’oro con le vendite minime necessarie. 8 brani che in musica io amo definire “un meglio di”, un incanto lungo 31′ che rimane dentro l’ascoltatore grazie a qualità e immediatezza.

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