Buone notizie (album del Banco del Mutuo Soccorso del 1981)

Dopo i fasti prog compositivi degli anni settanta il Banco del Mutuo Soccorso fece il suo ingresso negli ottanta con due album: URGENTISSIMO e, nel 1981, BUONE NOTIZIE. Quest’ultimo ottenne un ottimo riscontro di vendite pur facendo storcere il naso ai puristi del decennio precedente.

Taxi è un apripista allegro ma dal testo inquietante, con le notizie di un imminente guerra comunicata dal Presidente della Repubblica in persona: il ritornello contagioso punteggia il brano. Canzone d’amore è una bellissima canzone delicata ed aggressiva, storia di un uomo che mollato dalla propria donna trova una valvola di sfogo nella televisione. Il riempitivo Si ma si innesca il più semplice pop, viceversa Michele e il treno è tra i pezzi di spicco dell’album con una bella melodia ed un impianto musicale di eccellenza con piano, sintetizzatori e chitarra in simbiosi. Am/fm è un passaggio strumentale con un fraseggio all’unisono ripetuto per poco meno di tre minuti. Buonanotte sogni d’oro ha un motivo incisivo grazie alle ottime percussioni di Karl Potter ma il ritornello ne frena le ottime premesse. Baciami Alfredo è una gioiosa passerella musicale con Rodolfo Maltese che sfoggia la sua tromba, mentre il piano acustico di Vittorio Nocenzi, dopo l’intro energico e grottesco, slitta liscio come l’olio. Chiude il brano che intitola il disco, puntellato di tasti e un lieve fraseggio di basso in cui per fortuna Francesco Di Giacomo ci comunica cantando che la guerra non si fa

Il pop melodico succede con le sue venature rock al glorioso prog che aveva reso grande il BMS, ma in fondo le critiche al cambiamento sono sempre dietro l’angolo come se si debba fare sempre e comunque un genere inteso come un codice d’onore o addirittura un patto di sangue. BUONE NOTIZIE ha solo questa “colpa” ma dà all’ascoltatore quantomeno un’analisi di riflessione attraverso il monumentale mezzo del piccolo schermo.

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