Cattiva (canzone di Samuele Bersani del 2003)

Cattiva è una canzone scritta da Samuele Bersani nel 2003, primo singolo estratto dall’album CARAMELLA SMOG. Sia la canzone che l’album vennero insigniti della Targa Tenco l’anno successivo.

Il brano analizza senza troppi giri di parole la pericolosa tendenza alla spettacolarizzazione televisiva dei fatti di cronaca nera, con riferimento particolare al caso del delitto di Cogne dell’anno prima, ma tutto sommato applicabile per tutti quegli eventi a tema che spesso si svolgono nei piccoli centri di provincia, e che quindi autorizzano anche i semplici amici o conoscenti a mettersi sotto i riflettori rilasciando interviste. Nondimeno gli stessi autori materiali di questi delitti diventano in egual misura dei personaggi mediatici come per esempio sottolinea il ritornello che recita: “chiedi un autografo all’assassino, chiedigli il poster e l’adesivo…”. Ultimo ma non ultimo, l’aspetto del vortice di opinioni che si crea attorno a questi episodi con la netta divisione tra innocentisti e colpevolisti, entrambi però smaniosi di far conoscere il loro punto di vista. Insomma, un ritratto tanto onesto quanto spietato del nostro show-business che anzi avrà poteri assolutamente divinatori visto quello che sarebbe accaduto nei 20 anni successivi a questo brano.

Sul lato compositivo un Samuele in grandissimo spolvero, che con la consueta abilità riesce a dipingere un quadro a tinte fosche su uno degli aspetti più controversi del nostro vivere. L’arrangiamento semiacustico lento e malinconico accompagna perfettamente tutto il contesto.

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