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Happier - Jennifer Trynin - Happier


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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 Doris Day - Doris Aimee Mann who contributes backing vocals to "Snow" and, like them, the pitfalls of romance occupy such of Trynin Youve Got A Hold On Me - Don Williams - A Broken Heart Never Mends - 24 Great Tracks lyrical concern.

She mixes things up, though. The former is a smoldering, mid-tempo number with creamy harmony vocals, while the latter is a delicious, upbeat racket, packing a triple-espresso shot. Cockamamie is an impressive release that deserved a wider audience.

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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 9/