Category: Progressive Rock

Chocolate Genius Incorporated* - Swansongs (CD, Album)

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  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Swansongs - Chocolate Genius, Chocolate Genius Inc. on AllMusic -
  3. On that basis, Chocolate Genius Incorporated’s Swansongs definitely falls short. With singer-songwriter Marc Anthony Thompson’s pedigree – scoring for film and theatre, and a stint in Bruce Springsteen‘s backing band – it’s no surprise that his fourth album under the Chocolate Genius guise is dripping with polish. But the effortless gliding between styles in the 11 short songs belies a lack of .
  4. Ambient and troubled, the aptly named Swansongs by Chocolate Genius, Inc. is sad and tired, full of wistful retrospect, farewells and troubled musings. It is heavy with the feeling of dread which creeps in as the sky is starting to lighten at the end of a very long night. That feeling of thread by thread falling apart, of being empty but heavy at the same time.
  5. Jan 18,  · Chocolate Genius, Inc. On World Cafe: World Cafe Hear Marc Anthony Thompson, a.k.a. Chocolate Genius, Inc., perform songs from his most recent album, Swan spiratecphrasanavzanappslowovkave.coinfoon's latest album concludes.
  6. In , Thompson released his fourth album, Swansongs (One Little Indian Records / No Format!), as Chocolate Genius Incorporated.
  7. Chocolate Genius Incorporated* Swansongs ‎ (CD, Album) One Little Indian: TPLPCD: UK: Sell This Version/5(6).
  8. Swansongs, an album by Chocolate Genius Incorporated on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

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