Morandi Morandi (album di Gianni Morandi del 1992)

MORANDI MORANDI è un album del Gianni nazionale pubblicato nel 1992, prodotto e arrangiato dal grande Mauro Malavasi. Nove canzoni di qualità che spaziano tra vari argomenti: amore, tradimento, denuncia, politica e speranza.

Il presidente è un brano ironico ma diretto come un pugno nello stomaco sulla grana tangenti e non risparmia nessuno tra gli arrampicatori sociali. Oh mamma mia ha il tono di una dolente lettera cantata da Gianni ad un amico con amarezza e rassegnazione sugli eventi quotidiani. Credo in parte ne è l’ideale prosieguo, ma accentua perfino i toni rendendoli drammatici: una perla del disco come la traccia precedente. Banane e lampone è un brano divertente, ballabile e rimasto sempre verde: nel testo lui sospetta che lei abbia un altro. I toni diventano plumbei con Angelita, scritta da Dalla e Malavasi, in cui una coppia scava nelle difficoltà del loro rapporto in fase di stallo: pezzo suggestivo e coinvolgente. Segue Ma tu chi sei, pezzo energico che chiede a lui di riflettere su sé stesso e capire chi è, cosa fa, cosa dice e non manca una stoccata alla politica impantanata e sorda al grido sofferto del popolo. Che cos’è comunica con un bel testo la ricerca di sé stessi, dei propri sentimenti, delle aspirazioni, in uno stato d’animo immaginato come pezzi di legno sul mare. Vivo muoio vivo, canzone firmata da Bracco Di Graci, spruzza energia a iosa e dichiara guerra ad una società che non rispetta l’ambiente e costringe ad una vita di degrado in cui si cerca di sopravvivere senza perdere la speranza di una risalita. Chiude Domani, inno all’ottimismo, a credere nel futuro ed a ritrovarsi in simbiosi con esso: brano dolce e struggente, delicato epilogo di un disco bellissimo in cui Morandi, oltre a cantare da numero, uno sfodera anche doti compositive notevoli in ben 5 canzoni su 9.

In definitiva, una delle pagine più esaltanti della discografia del cantante emiliano, supportato da grandi collaboratori capaci di elevare il prodotto con cura dei particolari e gioco di squadra.

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