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All I Got Is You and Johnny’s Band

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Two more tracks from the upcoming Deep Purple albums inFinite have been published. We don’t have the means to embed them here, so here are the instruction on how you can listen.

All I Got Is You: go to bcfmradio.com/andyfox, click on ’21:00 – 02/03/2017′ (third link in the Recent Broadcasts list), and skip to around 47 minute mark. Caveat: it’s in pretty piss poor sound quality due to heavy compression, but gives you an idea nevertheless.

Johnny’s Band: go to www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08gmqwc, start the player and skip to 2:02:35. The track is described as a ‘new single’ and is edited down to 3 minutes.

Thanks to Nigel Young for the info.

33 Comments to “All I Got Is You and Johnny’s Band”:

  1. 1
    James Gemmell says:

    I prefer to buy the album and listen to the tunes in great quality the first time I hear them. But to each his/her own.

  2. 2
    Ignacio Dinamita says:

    Thanks, I can wait 🙂

  3. 3
    Hansjörg Sitner says:

    I’l buy the record. .it’s simple as that…

  4. 4
    LRT says:


  5. 5
    al says:

    True.The sound is so compressed and awful,but I could not help myself but listen to them.I especially love All I got is you,very Progg and rock song.I cannot wait to buy the album and listen to it properly.

  6. 6
    Andy Worthington says:

    I’ll wait as well, better in Hughes quality, I’ll keep waiting for my big box set

  7. 7
    Glenn Jakniunas says:

    Being a little determined, a little stubborn, after seeing a wonderful stage performance (the return of Jon Lord), I followed the link, A very long podcast.

  8. 8
    stoffer says:

    can’t get All I Got to work, but Johnny’s Band sounds like something off of ROTD….kinda disappointed but will give it a fair listen on the real cd

  9. 9
    artemis says:

    great song!!! better than Time for Bedlam…but both superbs…

  10. 10
    scottbuster2000 says:

    Johnny’s Band sounds like it belongs on an Ian Gillan Solo Disc

  11. 11
    Robert Walton says:

    Brilliant, thank you

  12. 12
    Kim Peters says:

    Me like.

  13. 13
    Ignat Bojanov says:

    Thanks! I listened to and like both songs. The sound quality is not so bad. All I Got is You rocks pretty hard although I am not a fan of synthesizer keyboard solos. Johnny’s Band is in a more of a classic rock direction.

  14. 14
    Ignacio Dinamita says:

    Sorry but I couldnt wait haha. I listened just once all I got is you and I loved the moog!!!

  15. 15
    Dave says:

    What’s that fussabout prog rock?! I don’t get it. Purple has always been about simple riff-driven rock and roll songs not prog rock. Some of the recent songs are just boring. I realise I’m in a minority here but hey, it’s about rock and roll. I always loved them beacuse they had never been as boring as ELP, Yes or some other big prog rock acts. And now, they aim in becoming a prog rock band. Sorry to say this, guys, but you’ve lost it for me.

  16. 16
    Andy Thompson says:

    Couldn’t be arsed sitting through other ssssstuff

  17. 17
    Rajaseudun Rampe says:

    Just got to know that Roadhouse Blues really is a cover song originally recorded by the Doors. Actually, I’m very earger to have a listen to it. It’s a great song.

  18. 18
    Guntis says:

    Wrong link? Never got DP there, only weather forecast and sh..t like local news at 21 etc

  19. 19
    Henrique Roncon says:

    They’re just great! These singles are exciting me more than those released before Now What.. can’t wait to hear the whole album!

  20. 20
    Nigel Young says:

    All I Got Is You video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzavoVQhlOA

  21. 21
    Michael says:

    All I got is you sounds like David Byron Uriah Heep. Johnny’s Band sounds like.. not Purple..?

  22. 22
    Elprupdeep says:

    Yes … Buy the album… Maybe the last opus. But i said that for now what…
    Sounds so good. Can’t wait…

    P.s. Completely another subject but I could not see it anywhere…
    RJ Dio ( rip) Holy diver song is used for Huinday Tucson SUV in australia…
    Maybe someone wants to know….

    Long live DP family….

  23. 23
    Matthew says:

    Wait for the album it will be infinitely better.

  24. 24
    Simon Dobson says:

    Johnny’s Band makes the R2 playlist….

  25. 25
    Nigel Young says:

    If you revisit the Ken Bruce show link, you’ll see that there has been a positive reaction to the song, in Today’s Most Popular Tracks and Johnny’s Band has now been picked up for BBC Radio 2’s playlist for the week commencing Saturday. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/playlist#b
    (Just a guess but there might be a new video or lyric video coming tomorrow for it, unless today’s tease is related to the documentary.)

  26. 26
    Nigel Young says:

    Deep Purple in Classic Rock magazine with a free compilation CD, Limitless.

  27. 27
    Jules says:

    All I Got Is You has been on the radio twice already. Much much better than Time for Bedlam. Thankfully DP can still deliver good songs, the instrumental breakdown is really good!

  28. 28
    guenther says:

    I will wait for the Album – LP – and then i will hear it – the last Album from the best band of the world – in Stuttgart ( Germany ) i will enjoy my 72 DP Gig

  29. 29
    uwe says:

    #15 —-> But Dave, DP have been on a Prog trip ever since Purpendicular – and with two musicians having strong Prog roots (Morse = Dixie Dregs & Kansas, Airey = Colosseum II) what else do you expect?!

    And I think it was a good, even necessary change too as – now this will get me slaughtered here, Blackmore acolytes draw out your foils now … – but by the time of The Battle Rages On, Blackmore’s standard recipe (catchy riff, relatively straightforward song structure otherwise) had run its course. There I said it. Not every band has to play Blackmore’s Night chord changes (largely identical with Rainbow ones), you know. ; – )

    There is another advantage: Playing Prog allows you to grow gracefully old as a band (as DP have done), while hard or heavy rock reqires youthful gung ho attitude to be at its best.

    All that said: Fireball was to my ears a pure-bred Prog album and the Mark I and II line ups always retained a Prog character which only Mark III and IV gave up on (though they had qualities of their own). And I do remember clearly from my school days in the 70ies how the Prog clique raised on ELP, Tull, Genesis, Yes and Floyd would pour derision over hard rock acts such as Uriah Heep, Status Quo, UFO, Nazareth and Black Sabbath, but were graceful with Zep and Purple (“at least the old stuff” – meaning Mark II). I believe they heard something familiar to their tastes in the latters’ music.

  30. 30
    Nigel Young says:

    Roger was interviewed on BBC Radio Wales on Alan Thompson’s show, the feature ran from around 11:25pm to midnight. Tracks played were Time For Bedlam, Johnny’s Band, Since You Been Gone and Smoke. It’ll be on listen again later. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08h9dh8

  31. 31
    Nigel Young says:

    Online now, it starts at around 23:35.

  32. 32
    Ignat Bojanov says:

    28 – I wish there will be one more album in the future aptly called 21 (same as Adele’s great record some years back) – why not! Actually Why Not?I is another great album title! Time will show.

  33. 33
    David says:

    I enjoyed the video. DP rocks no matter who is in it. No live band improvised like DP. Curious about the plate of spaghetti in the face. Was that a jab at the Ritchie, Ian incident lol

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