Darwin! (album del Banco del Mutuo Soccorso del 1972)

DARWIN! è un album tra i più importanti degli anni Settanta: un percorso che va dalla nascita della Terra, alla formazione dell’atmosfera, dalle fasi primordiali di vita inapparente alle prime forme di vita complesse che si evolveranno nell’uomo. Da La conquista della posizione eretta ai primi esperimenti di socializzazione con Cento mani e cento occhi, vissuti nel contrasto tra due istinti opposti (libertà individuale, bisogno di comunità) sino all’evoluzione dell’amore cantata in 750.000 anni fa…l’amore?

L’amore e della paura dell’aldilà, in evidenza sulle note di Miserere alla storia, sino ad ogni forma di vita in via d’estinzione resa ottimamente nell’ultimo pezzo Ed ora io domando tempo al tempo (ed egli mi risponde: non ne ho!.

Il brano d’apertura, 14′ meravigliosi, intitolato L’evoluzione, fa immaginare ai melomani un’idea alternativa a quella che per secoli è stata imposta ad innumerevoli generazioni, mentre La conquista della posizione eretta mette a nudo la difficoltà di tanti alla mutazione ambientale e danza dei grandi rettili: già dal titolo affronta la nascita e l’espansione di una specie animale.

Quasi unanimemente considerato un capolavoro DARWIN! è il frutto di una coesione tra i membri del Banco, che crearono un’atmosfera primordiale e suggestiva attraverso l’uso del pianoforte, dell’organo, del sintetizzatore e della chitarra, stimolando anche arrangiamenti tribali. Il tutto permeato dalla voce infinita di Francesco Di Giacomo.

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