The Chocolate Horse

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Jason Snell began The Chocolate Horse as a modest side-project in the summer of 2005.  It was a happily self-indulgent project, centered on writing simple, slightly romantic 2-minute one-liners with an old guitar and a worn-in banjo, recorded on a deteriorating 4-track recording device in which only two tracks worked.  Realizing the project’s potential and imagining a bigger, more vibrant sound Snell invited good friends and fellow musicians Andrew Higley (French horn, saw and bow,

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