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 workout that reflects on the attraction to saving people and "One Year Down" is a melodic, garage pop gem. She mixes things up, though.
Jennifer Trynin – Cockamamie. Label: Squint Records – WPCR-391, Warner Bros.
Jennifer Trynin - Cockamamie (1994). Jen has a real, down-to-earth style in both her lyrics and music - nothing pretentious here. It's one of the most frantic songs on the album, a bit thrashy and also a bit awkward with its lurching rhythm (intentionally so I would say). Great guitar with cool feedback. Cockamamie's musical fury is unrelenting: I was afraid that the band was going to self-destruct (Knock Me Down). The CD roars through the first 4 cuts until I finally got a brief chance to catch my breath during the downbeat cut 5 (Snow).
Album by Jennifer Trynin. Everything Is Different Now. One Year Down. All This Could Be Yours. Too Bad You're Such A Loser. If I Had Anything To Say (Don't You Think I Would Have Said It All?) Beg. Do It Alone. Produced by: Mike Denneen. Musicians: Jennifer Trynin - Guitars, Vocals. Mike Rivard - Bass, Backing vocals (1). Milt Sutton - Drums, Percussion (4, 8, 10). Clayton Scoble - Backing vocals, Guitar (10). Additional Musicians.
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She recorded her debut album Cockamamie in 1994 at the age of 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 States. She later released her second album, Gun Shy Trigger Happy, in 1997.
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|2||Better Than Nothing||3:47|
|3||Everything Is Different Now||3:32|
|4||One Year Down||3:16|
|6||All This Could Be Yours||1:42|
|7||Too Bad You're Such A Loser||4:04|
|8||Knock Me Down||3:40|
|9||If I Had Anything To Say (Don't You Think I Would Have Said It All?)||3:01|
|11||Do It Alone||3:03|
|9362-45931-2||Jennifer Trynin||Cockamamie (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9362-45931-2||Germany||1994|
|HW 5138||Jennifer Trynin||Cockamamie (Cass, Album)||Squint Records, Warner Bros. Records||HW 5138||Indonesia||1994|
|WPCR-391||Jennifer Trynin||Cockamamie (CD, Album)||Squint Records, Warner Bros. Records||WPCR-391||Japan||1995|
|9 45931-1||Jennifer Trynin||Cockamamie (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9 45931-1||US||1994|
|WBCD 1820||Jennifer Trynin||Cockamamie (CD, Album)||Squint Records, Warner Bros. Records, Tusk Music||WBCD 1820||South Africa||1994|