Inner Thoughts by Kahlil Kwame Bell Review

by Trevor Atkins

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I do not listen to a lot of jazz, but after listening to the first track, Focus, it started to grow on me. Focus starts off very quietly, building up with drums and slowly and softly working in the electric guitar, violin, slappaphone, and alto saxophone. It’s got a soothing atmosphere to the overall song and the instruments blend well with each other as they overlap. The song Mr. B on the other hand, started off louder with the bass and electric guitar, but then slowed down with the flute, slappaphone, percussion, and violin. My favorite track was Father to Child.