Fabio Concato (album omonimo del 1984)

Quanti sanno che Fabio Concato ancora sconosciuto fece da corista alle celebri sigle del cartone animato GOLDRAKE? E che cantò anche due brani della colonna sonora RIGEL e PROCTON? Ebbene, gli ignari sappiano che è così anche se, al netto di ciò, è dell’album omonimo del 1984 che in queste righe si tratta.

Apre le danze la celebre Fiore di Maggio, dedicata alla figlia Carlotta, con il suo andare sulle corde di una dolce chitarra acustica e l’ingresso di un sassofono a creare trasporto. Ti ricordo ancora è una splendida ballata con delicati punteggi delle bacchette ed un evocativo arrangiamento di Vince Tempera. Sexy tango vira sul contatto fisico uomo/donna attraverso la passione per la danza spinta: accattivante il motivo che profuma di balera. Tienimi dentro te rimane diversamente sull’argomento a vantaggio dei sentimenti e spicca per l’impennata che succede all’intro melodico di pianoforte, scatenando il vocalizzo di Concato e la chitarra elettrica di Mauro Paoluzzi che arrangia il pezzo, mentre nella successiva traccia La nave si conferma in quest’ultimo ruolo lasciando però pulsare una stupenda chitarra acustica a Massimo Luca e Fabio inoltre brilla col suo falsetto suggestivo. Guido piano è un’altra gemma sintetizzata mirabilmente da Aldo Banfi che crea empatia con l’ascoltatore. Computerino è un’ ottimo pezzo tra l’ironico e il rilassante in cui confluisce l’elegante filicorno di Sergio Fanni. Quando sarò grande tocca l’argomento esistenziale, tra spazzolate jazz, basso e un’impennata di percussioni. L’ironica Rosalina è uno spasso nel celebrare l’obesità come improbabile attrazione sessuale e anche qui convergono percussioni e basso. Chiude Festa di mare con atmosfera festosa, chitarra/basso in simbiosi e, ciliegina sulla torta, l’assolo di sax di Claudio Pascoli.

Una pagina storica della migliore musica leggera degli anni ottanta e prodotta da Vince Tempera, che riempie un’ascolto di nostalgia, esistenza, sentimenti e evocazione.

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