Non gettate alcun oggetto dai finestrini (album di Eugenio Finardi del 1975)

Nel 1975 un ragazzo di 23 anni appassionato di musica realizzò il sogno di incidere il suo primo album il cui ironico titolo è NON GETTATE ALCUN OGGETTO DAI FINESTRINI; il nome del giovanotto è Eugenio Finardi.

Se solo avessi sprigiona la chitarra di Alberto Camerini coadiuvato dalla batteria di Walter Calloni ed il violino di Lucio Fabbri, per esprimere l’immaginario di un vorrei ma non posso. Quando stai per cominciare è una ballata che incita a servire la patria: il violino torna protagonista e anche la chitarra elettrica non le manda a dire. La storia della mente, scritta con Claudio Rocchi, canta la libertà di pensiero con un sax in gran spolvero. La chitarra elettrica pervade Saluteremo il signor padrone, una notevole denuncia sociale che graffia il l’ambiente del lavoro: gli interventi del coro rendono il brano perfino divertente nonostante l’argomento. Taking it easy è un brano, come si evince dal titolo, cantato in inglese, cosa che Finardi farà anche in seguito: dentro ci sono percussioni nelle mani di Lorenzo Vassallo e un dolcissimo tema chitarristico. Caramba è un pezzo che a suo modo inneggia alla sommossa, i tasti si fanno sentire e l’arpeggio acustico delle corde fa il resto. Afghanistan chiude i battenti: brano toccante su un territorio minato dalla guerra in cui commuove la frase “solo quello che è reale potrà restare e continuare”, il contesto drammatico è enfatizzato dal magistrale violino di Fabbri, protagonista del disco a prescindere.

Grande esordio certo non casuale col senno di poi, con testi sferzanti nei confronti del consumismo e come già evidenziato delle mancanze della società, musicalmente è una felice contaminazione tra rock, duro e non, ballata, folk, indie e perfino prog. Tra i turnisti un siciliano di 30 anni, Franco Battiato, che si firma con lo pseudonimo di Franc Jonia, mentre la canzone Saluteremo il signor padrone è un adattamento di un brano di protesta popolare del 1930.

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