Thanks to Jim
A second 45, "SpeedRacer" b/w "Rewind" was released by Puddle in spring 1995. Produced by Ray Ketchem (now of Elk City), the seven-inch again gained favorable reviews and substantial airplay. Smug Magazine that summer predicted Jenifer Convertible "will be the next great pop band to come out of New York."
In May 1995, Moore up and moved to Maine. Not missing a beat, the band promptly recruited drummer Eddie Siino. In February 1996, Jenifer Convertible began recording its first LP with Wharton Tiers (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr., Teenage Fanclub, Helmet) producing. Completed that June, Wanna Drag? was released in the summer of 1997 on Yum Records.
Jenifer Convertible called it quits in 1999 but not before recording an EP of songs at Excello studios in Brooklyn. Entitled Fumes, it remains unreleased.
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