Wendy Conrad | Kinda Sometime Thang

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Kinda Sometime Thang

by Wendy Conrad

Country-blues infused Roots & Roll.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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Country-blues infused Roots-Rock, borne from life events, “Kinda Sometime Thang” calls out to Conrad from her phone late one night as it starts ringing.  Though she knows who it is on the other end of the line, it's when she decides not to answer it that the overdue conversation with him is evoked... and never more provocatively.  He neglects to leave a message, but the silence remaining at the end of his call tells her more than any words could attempt to convey.
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Much has been said about Ms. Conrad’s music since she began recording.  From reviews of her debut CD:
“‘Ghosts That Aren’t Mine’ is an outstanding tribute to the basic core of independent music. Any fan of roots music will find this album a ‘must have’ for the collection.” – Independent Songwriter

“Singer/songwriter of all the tracks, Wendy Conrad emerges in brilliant fashion… …a gifted writer and also a very good vocalist, this album tells us of a new artist we can count on in the future.” – Buscadero (Italy)

“…this CD really made me listen, relax and enjoy.” – Blue Suede News

“California Country may not sound promising, but this talented singer/songwriter delivers the goods.  Stone Pony’s Ronstadt meets Tish Hinojosa and then some. Highly recommended.” Hobo Records (UK)

“Excellent album!” – Rik James - KGLT, Bozeman, MT

“What a great sound – country/Americana – whatever they want to call it – it kicks!” – Laney Goodman – WUMB, Boston, MA

“‘Ghosts That Aren’t Mine’ is the premiere album for singer-songwriter Wendy Conrad.  This doesn’t sound like a freshman effort. There’s a certain quality in her voice that exudes experience, as if she’s been recording albums for years. Whether it’s the echoing melody of “Murphy Has a Law”, the infectious chorus of impossible in “Love Like Ours” or the longing in “Remember”, each song has a subtext of hope. While each song is deserving of compliments, “Colorado” is hands-down the best on the album. Every note, every syllable has a purpose in this song. This is definitely a mellow album loaded with talent that requires attention.” — C. Nathan Coyle -- Rambles Magazine
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“More”, Conrad’s sophomore release received equally critical praise, reviews noting:
“I love this CD!  You know some CDs you like several of the cuts, or a couple… or one.  I like every song. It’s beautiful!  Hit Songs -- #1. #3. #4. #7, #9!” – Marilyn Lennon Braverman, filmmaker
 “Your new CD just sounds great!  I’ll start playing it in my show tomorrow and I’ll start with the song “On The Right Road Now”! – Ray Pieters, “Somewhere Between” (Belgium)
“Wendy Conrad’s a fabulous songwriter and her interpretation is refreshingly natural and quite soothing to the ear as well as heart. I played a cut (‘To Be’) yesterday on my show.” – James Tengan, “Insight”, Love FM (Tokyo, Japan)
“A firm dose of Americana, emphasized firmly by the easy rocking ‘I Can Leave’!”  -- ROOTSMUSE
“Wendy Conrad is one of my favorite singer/songwriters and, with her new release “More”, she continues moving forward writing and singing in her own unique musical and lyrical style.  And it sounds great!” – Dave Merenda, Grammy award-winning songwriter “I Will Remember You”
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“More” Radio Promotion:
The debut single “I Can Leave” from Conrad’s 2nd CD release “More” hit #1 on the AC 40 Main Chart for “New Music Weekly” after 15 weeks & was #1 on the AC30 Indie Chart/NMW for 6 weeks. As a result, Conrad was nominated in Best New AC/Hot AC Artist category in 2006 New Music Awards.
“Wendy Conrad is making a big mark at AC40 radio.  It’s all thanks to her smash hit single “I Can Leave” (Taurmini).  She is keeping the heat on the competition.  You go girl!” – NEW MUSIC WEEKLY
And at Week 15, her follow-up single “Just Like You” hit #1 AC30 Indie Chart/NMW, #2 AC40 Main Chart/NMW!
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With Conrad’s recent single release “No Thanks To You”, it’s been noted –
“‘No Thanks To You’ (Taurmini) is the track to watch for…as she hits the mark with this brilliant offering.” – Inside AC Radio, NEW MUSIC WEEKLY
“Wendy Conrad is the ‘one to watch’ with ‘No Thanks To You’.” -- IMN

And from people who’ve been downloading the track from iTunes, reactions have included –
“Now that is what I’m talking about!!!!  I downloaded new single today and I lovelovelove it! Great work!” – Mark Islam (GrassrootsAcoustica)
“I love this song!  I’m playing it over and over again… I must look like a crazy person right now sitting in my cubicle bopping my head and playing air drums to this great beat. How could you not?” – Susie Propst
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“Kinda Sometime Thang” – production notes:
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Grammy award-winning engineer Tom Weir
at Studio City Sound in Studio City, CA
Musicians: Matt Laug, drums; Lance Morrison, bass; Tim Pierce, guitars; Michael Parnell, keyboard & programming, Keely Hawkes, harmonies; Michael Duffy, percussion
Special thanks to Tom Weir, Estelle Harrison, Larry Weir, and everyone at SCS!

photo credit: Marilyn Lennon



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