Clic (album di Franco Battiato del 1974)

Franco Battiato, prima di assurgere ad artista popolare e amatissimo, fu un misconosciuto musicista della sperimentazione pubblicando diversi album in merito: tra essi CLIC nel 1974, considerato l’ultimo di matrice prog, genere diffuso negli anni settanta.

Un solo brano cantato e sei strumentali: ne I cancelli della memoria la forma canzone finisce all’angolo tra sintetizzatore, interludi di pianoforte, basso e prog ortodosso. No turn, il sopra citato unico pezzo vocale, tratta di un cambiamento in evoluzione ed è supportato dagli effetti vocali di Juri Camisasca, basso e chitarra di Gianni Mocchetti e Gianfranco D’ Adda alle percussioni e non mancano organo e mandorla. Il mercato degli dei è un dolce capitolo pianistico, Rien ne va plus è una summa di classica, strumenti pizzicati, porte sbattute, lamenti e barocchismo, Propiedad prohibida è una grande prova di sonorità elettronica, Nel cantiere di un’infanzia è una sperimentazione per la quale Battiato ricorre perfino all’uso di metalli e cristalli. Chiude Ethika fon ethica, tra marcette fasciste, dialoghi cinematografici e finanche comizi politici.

CLIC è l’ennesimo gigantesco passo visionario di Battiato, che per l’occasione dedica il disco al maestro Karlheinz Stickhausen, tra i pionieri della musica elettronica, assorbendo anche l’influenza di un altro musicista, John Cage, riempendo il suo bagaglio musicale di dinamismo, concretezza e minimalismo. Da segnalare che il brano Propiedad prohibida è stato la sigla di Tg2 Dossier per molti anni.

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