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9 thoughts on “ One Year Down - Jennifer Trynin - Cockamamie (CD, Album)

  1. Jennifer Trynin had earned considerable attention with an independent release, so Cockamamie received deserved critical consideration. Trynin is a gifted songstress, not unlike Liz Phair or fellow Boston native Aimee Mann (who contributes backing vocals to "Snow" and, like them, the pitfalls of romance occupy such of Trynin's lyrical concern. "Everything's Different Now" is a grungy, funky.
  2. Jennifer Trynin, Category: Artist, Albums: Gun Shy, Trigger Happy, Cockamamie, Top Tracks: Better Than Nothing, Getaway - February, Happier, One Year Down, Rang You & Ran, Biography: Jennifer Trynin claims no real influences on her melodic pop songs, which generally examine failed relationships, since the only record she has ever owned is her debut album, Cockamamie.
  3. Cockamamie, an Album by Jennifer Trynin. Released in on Squint (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock, Singer/Songwriter.
  4. Jan 17,  · Jennifer Trynin; Album Cockamamie; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Q Division Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 3 Music Rights Societies One Year Down - Duration.
  5. Jennifer Trynin (born in New Jersey), commonly Jen Trynin, is a singer-songwriter from soybiseraraspedalmobeslikalmi.coinfo recorded her debut Cockamamie () at age thirty-one while running her own desktop publishing business. The track "Better Than Nothing" received considerable airplay on alternative rock radio stations across the United soybiseraraspedalmobeslikalmi.coinfo has since gone back to school and released a second album Gun Shy.
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  7. Title: Cockamamie By Trynin Jennifer On Audio CD Album Details about the item: Includes Audio CD, insert, and case with original cover artwork. Very Good Condition Audio CD. Item Type: Audio soybiseraraspedalmobeslikalmi.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  8. Jan 08,  · The mids were a strange time for me, culture-wise. It was the first time — and probably still the only time — that I really followed “current” music. Prior to that and for the most part since, I’d kind of hop around, exploring genres, artists, and time periods as the mood dictates. Very rarely does Continue reading The Compleat Jen Trynin.

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