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All I Got Is You video

Record company has published an official video for All I Got Is You:

The single is due out on March 10. with the album to follow on April 7th.



56 Comments to “All I Got Is You video”:

  1. 1
    Jaffa says:

    Umm. Don’t love it, don’t dislike it. It just is.

  2. 2
    Kim Peters says:

    Nice!!
    …I’m loving the vibe of this new album.

  3. 3
    josh says:

    WOW !! An unbelievable song. Can’t wait until April….

  4. 4
    Bodo Guyet says:

    Great song!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. 5
    Stefano Rossi says:

    Grandi come sempre

  6. 6
    Stephan Janson says:

    cool!

  7. 7
    Johnny van Dooren says:

    Nice song. I can’t wait until April.

  8. 8
    Adel says:

    Hummm as I excepted a slow soft one as a single. It’s ok to listen to and play but it’s not something that would make me wanna jump and play it five times a day. I am getting so confused about the band musical statement on their final album. Still I will be counting the days till the 7th of April.

  9. 9
    John Austin says:

    Superb

  10. 10
    Roberto Guerrini says:

    Molto buono

  11. 11
    Rich Shailor says:

    Now we are talking!!

  12. 12
    Rajaseudun Rampe says:

    Jeeeeesus! What a wonderful piece of music! Thank you guys.

  13. 13
    Blane Puderbaugh says:

    New Deep Purple album on my 55th birthday… Life doesn’t get any better than that. I’m Sooooooooo excited!!! Feeling like a kid again. Thanks DP

  14. 14
    NWO says:

    Don Airey sporting the Winnipeg Jets Logo! Canada eh!! Nice track as well πŸ™‚

  15. 15
    Avi Rosenfeld says:

    Deep Purple did it again, VERY cool song. Great guitar\organ riffs.

    Check out my DEEP PURPLE style album:
    https://avirosenfeld.bandcamp.com/album/very-heepy-very-purple-vi

  16. 16
    Marcello D'Agostino says:

    Fantastic!

  17. 17
    Daniel Anderson says:

    Very powerful track that gets better the more you hear it.

  18. 18
    Harrie says:

    My daughter (7) loves it. So do I

  19. 19
    Harrie says:

    She just didn’t k ow that Purple were as old as her grand daddy πŸ™‚

  20. 20
    Angelos Karagiannis says:

    I like it very much. I listened to it twice.

  21. 21
    Blackwood Richmore says:

    Love it. Do we get fries with that?. Smiles…. !.

  22. 22
    Roberto says:

    JB and PB are two bad jokes, this one is good, on the same level of TFB, only the vocal melody, especially on the refrain, is not enough original. Paice shines here…production is better than NW?!, drums are more clear.

  23. 23
    Christophe Caboche says:

    This album will be a masterpiece my birthday is 16 April I want it !!

  24. 24
    Blackwood Richmore says:

    Is it just me, or does it seem like these lyrics might possibly be in relating to RB?.

  25. 25
    Sergio Bassani says:

    Immensi!!!

  26. 26
    Paul Brower says:

    Just got the Time for Bedlam 2 days ago. Title track is really good as is the Ian Paice Hip Boots rehearsal. I love the heavy feel.

  27. 27
    crabby says:

    First impression. Horrible! The instrumental is great. Lyrics and voice are bad.

  28. 28
    mike whiteley says:

    That’s 2 advance singles;one fifth of the album proper. Sounds good so far !!
    Bit of a “domestic dispute” going on lyrically. Still angry,but not nearly as dark as Time For Bedlam.
    Musically,a swingin’ toe-tapper,well within IG’s range.

  29. 29
    Francisco Javier Rodriguez Rodriguez says:

    Gran cancion

  30. 30
    Greg Furlong says:

    WOW JUST WOW Deep Purple are their best prograssive rock never sounded as good some great riffage, driving rhytm section, thundering drums, pasionate vocals and growling hammond! Excellent soloing over exciting bridge. Gret great song ! Really looking forward to listening to album through my sound system! Pleae come back to Australia soon guys DEEP PURPLE WORLDS GRETEST EVER BAND!

  31. 31
    Xavier Gomez says:

    heartfelt, slowburn purple sashay that goes down infinitely marvelous. loved Don’s synthesizer runs and fingerprints of Jon Lord makes it all the more memorable. well done my friend.

  32. 32
    nupsi59 says:

    Wow, an excellent appetizer for the new album!

    I’m happy!

    Have a nice Day!

  33. 33
    21BLACK says:

    Superb!

  34. 34
    Tommy H. says:

    I like the atmosphere of the song.

  35. 35
    HardRockPete says:

    Yeah!!! That is Deep Purple, no doubt!! Love it!!!

  36. 36
    Dpfender says:

    That makes me very happy!

  37. 37
    Rob says:

    Not getting into a Now What state of excitement but what I’ve heard seems decent enough. Definitely worth having rather than not having. And a less compressed sound will improve things. Could grow on me….

  38. 38
    HΓ₯rstad Roy A says:

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  39. 39
    Alan says:

    So good to see the single out which I pre-ordered. Then I discover that the track is actually on the new free Purple album with this month’s Classic Rock. The little album is great as its the Purple feature but why do this when so many people will have already preordered the single?

  40. 40
    Dave says:

    Love the studio/candid/quirky location shots…. who else thinks they needed to turn up the thermostat in the studio ?! GO Go PURPS!!

  41. 41
    Ivica says:

    Interestingly structured song, I am pleasantly surprised.
    Mix of hard rock, progressive rock and jazz .Good job guys + Bob…very good !!!

  42. 42
    MacGregor says:

    Wonderful music, appalling lyrics. Seriously, where does that come from? The sort of lyric from ones youth eh? For me I always despised that sort of writing! The old saying, ‘a potentially decent song ruined by the lyrics & dare I say it, the vocal melody’! Pretty ordinary from Gillan there in my book! Still, we can’t have everything, can we? Cheers.

  43. 43
    CHIP says:

    The first two singles are wonderfully encouraging. I really liked Now What?…but this is just fabulous. This is the closest thing to a 70s vintage Purple song in tbe reunion. The final profane outburst is an unexpected flourish that caps a strong song. Bedlam is a strong track too….Paradise Bar is OK, but the fact this track was left as a bonus track…us also encouraging.

  44. 44
    Michael says:

    @ 34 Agree!

  45. 45
    Victor says:

    Wonderful! Great groove!

  46. 46
    Hard Rock Pete says:

    I went to sleep. Crap lyrics, crappier vocals. Reminds me of Haunted off Bananas. Not structure wise, bad wise. Waiting for the album tho. Time for Bedlam is Deepest darkest Purple. Hmmm…..

  47. 47
    mike whiteley says:

    @ #24-BR: Anything is possible,but…..in this case,yes,.I think it is indeed just you.

  48. 48
    Jeogger Matthews says:

    Humm…, I hear a little bit of ELP, Boston and Alice Cooper on the mix… sounds awesome though!

  49. 49
    al says:

    @ 46 then you have really a serious issue with your hearing! the sons is just great and got a groove and you cannot help but hum it in your head.wow!

  50. 50
    al says:

    @ 8 it is more progg and the Don Airey is even more upfront and “daring” to play some bad ass Hammond! au contraire it makes me wanna jump and wanna crank it up once the album is out!! great Bravo guys!some people are really hard to please man!

  51. 51
    fabrizio says:

    emozionante

  52. 52
    Tommy says:

    Why is Deep Purple still going strong after nearly 50 years? Because they have adapted at critical moments, unlike almost any other rock band in history. Not fearing bold change, they brought in Gillan/Glover, Coverdale/Hughes, Bolin and Morse. None of them ever tried to copy their predecessors, and so the band continued to adapt and evolve. I don’t list Don Airey (succeeding our beloved Jon Lord) as a particularly bold move – that one was just plain brilliant.

  53. 53
    Stathis says:

    Just you wait until you’ve heard “Birds of Prey” or “The Surprising”. And be amazed. There’s no band quite like this one.

  54. 54
    Adel says:

    al @50
    You seem to totally agree with Ian’s comments about DP been an instrumental band.
    Maybe that’s how Ian takes the pressure of him when you judge his voice and lyrics!!!
    DP is a band of 5 members with a great producer so when you review a song you can’t pick and choice which parts you like.

  55. 55
    Ian Gillans Pants says:

    Bit fruity if you ask me.

  56. 56
    Rob says:

    Growing on me. Anyone else hear Wasted Sunsets in the intro, and a tiny bit of Blackers in Morse’s performance? And what if Ezrin had produced Bananas and ROTD? I reckon there’s a couple of decent albums there trying to make themselves heard.

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