Anidride solforosa (album di Lucio Dalla del 1975)

ANIDRIDE SOLFOROSA è un album del 1975 del cantautore Lucio Dalla composto da dieci pezzi.

Apre le danze la canzone che intitola il disco, che vive di una grintosa interpretazione di Lucio capace di modulare il timbro vocale finanche a imitare una donna: i temi sono lo smarrimento umano e l’ambiente malsano che soffoca la natura, il supporto musicale è alternato ad ilarità e intensità in un magistrale equilibrio. La borsa valori è cantata in un farsesco e divertente linguaggio che altro non è che un elenco di titoli azionari. Ulisse coperto di sale è l’evocativo brano di un mito guerriero: splendido l’attacco di pianoforte rinforzato dai primi versi di un vivido Dalla, che in seguito non manca di addolcire l’atmosfera canora. Carmen Colon narra con un arrangiamento acustico la triste vicenda di una vittima dell’Alphabet Killer nel 1971. Tu parlavi una lingua meravigliosa si segnala come una delle più belle canzoni del Dalla primo decennio: metricamente contenuta, con versi rimati tra libertà, dolcezza, melodia e toccante la chitarra che accompagna l’intensità lirica. Mela da scarto affronta la detenzione minorile citando il riformatorio di Ferrante Aporti: una bella fisarmonica stempera il tema caldo del brano. Con Merlino e l’ombra si torna alla mitologia che Lucio accarezza con voce sottratta, che poi deflagra nella seconda parte del pezzo. In Non era più lui, tratto della perduta identità delle amicizie, gli ottoni fanno da intro e spiazzante la canzone pompa in un suono ridondante che crea lo stato di smarrimento dell’argomento affrontato. Un mazzo di fiori scorre graffiante fra il tribale e i suoi fiati maestosi. Chiude Le parole incrociate, denuncia dello sfruttamento del proletariato da parte della classe borghese.

Considerato un capolavoro, l’album ha mantenuto tale stima, nonostante le vendite a suo tempo insoddisfacenti, per le sonorità cangianti, la prestazione vocale di Lucio geniale e variegata e i versi aulici del grande Roberto Roversi. Produce Renzo Cremonini.

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