1983 (album di Lucio Dalla del 1983)

Nel 1983 Lucio Dalla musicò la tragica eredità lasciata dalla seconda guerra mondiale con un album intitolato proprio 1983.

La canzone omonima che apre il disco sfiora i 6′ : un brano introdotto da un melodico e suggestivo pianoforte poi, man mano che il brano cresce in intensità, entra in scena il trombone suonato da Sandro Comini mentre in coda il brano cala ottimamente per una riflessione quasi parlata di Lucio che porta alla dissolvenza un inizio col botto. Pecorella è una ballata in cui Dalla vocalizza la belata dell’animale con notevole realismo, poi ecco l’impennata con grandi percussioni e fiati. L’altra parte del mondo è un’altra canzone lunga ben 6′-27″, punto d’incontro tra contenuti propri del cantautore ed un registro stilistico nuovo, desueto, quasi classicheggiante. Camion è l’ennesima perla, con il potente mezzo stradale usato come metafora per raccontare la mancanza di comunicazione contrastata dalla necessità di recuperare i rapporti umani tra parole che cadono per terra e amore che c’è in ogni momento: le tastiere creano elegia ed in coda Ricky Portera sfoggia la sua chitarra. Noi come voi è un pezzo rock adrenalinico tra basso, batteria, chitarra ed un Dalla grintoso, summa di un brano che unisce qualità e motivo di presa immediata. Stronzo è un passaggio divertente che imprime ritmo e lancia Lucio in un assolo dei suoi famigerati scat. Chiude l’intimistica Solo, traccia evocativa soprattutto in coda tra vocalizzi dallesi e tasti vividi che squarciano il tema della solitudine.

L’album avviò la collaborazione tra Dalla e il grande Mauro Malavasi, irrompendo in vetta alla classifica appena pubblicato, frutto di alcuni arrangiamenti inediti e ispirati valore aggiunto di una pagina memorabile della musica d’autore che prende strade mutanti nel percorso delle sette note.

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