Trombonist Jeff Bradshaw has certainly gotten our attention here at SBHQ with "All Time Love," the first single from his upcoming album, Home. Not only does it feed our need for something jazzy and soulful, but he has three SoulBounce faves together on one record, which means that you really can't go wrong. "All Time Love" features Eric Roberson and Tweet trading vocals about two old flames hoping to spark something anew and bring that old thing back while Robert Glasper works his mojo on the keys and Bradshaw makes that trombone slide. It's a winning combination if there ever was one, and now we get so see all of these players in action in the music video.
For the "All Time Love" visuals, things are kept simple in a live setting with Bradshaw and company performing for an attentive audience, which includes fellow Philadelphian and artist Carol Riddick. The band is jamming and so are those in attendance as they watch Erro and Tweet sing and groove with each other. The two singers have great chemistry, so hopefully this won't be the last that we see of them sharing a stage.
This also won't be the last we see of Jeff Bradshaw and Robert Glasper collaborating. Bradshaw's Home will be produced entirely by Robert Glasper, so there's another reason to add this one to your copping list when it drops on March 31st. [H/T: OKP]