Check out Roosevelt’s’ music below


IMG-20160511-WA0003‘Generous’ was the band’s debut album. Recorded and produced by Tony Etoria at Famous Studios in Cardiff, this was a collection of uncomplicated acoustically oriented songs recorded live in the studio environment and it wasn’t too long before it started to receive positive reviews from a number of music journalists. It was album of the week on BBC Radio Wales, but more impressively; it featured prominently on ‘Bob Harris’ Radio 2 show for many weeks – including his ‘Best of British Rock’ showcase. The band continues to include two tracks from this album, (‘Lighten Up’ & ‘Fish out of Water’) in their current live set. This album is available to download from Roosevelt’s Music Store on ‘cdbaby

All in Good Time

IMG-20160511-WA0002All in good Time’ was recorded in 2003/2004 at Shabbey Road Studios nr Cardiff.  The album was produced by the wonderfully talented Al Steele who also appears on the album playing occasional keyboard.  The album was recorded live in a studio environment and was the Roosevelt’s’ first real ‘electric’ album. The album was successful in that the simplistic yet effective track ‘Body Parts’ was used alongside David Grey’s main score in the Bafta award-winning film, “A Way of Life" it also featured as BBC Radio Wales' album of the week, and the track ‘Bluebird City’ became a firm favourite of local radio broadcaster and celebrity, Frank Hennessey who continues to occasionally play the track today.  The tracks ‘Slide Away’- ‘Change’ - ‘Slow Down’ - & ‘Bluebird City’ all occasionally feature in the bands’ current live set.

Deluxe Interior


Deluxe Interior’ is the band’s third album. This was recorded by the amazing keyboard player and producer Richard Dunn (Van Morrison Band) at his Mansion Studio in Cardiff.  In addition to recording and producing the album, Richard also found time to play on some of the tracks.  This album offers a diverse range of music from the rock oriented ‘Take a Look’ and ‘Down to the River’ to the Blues oriented ‘Goodbye’ and the more subtle ballads such as ‘Mr Romance’, and ‘Out of the Blue’.  A few of the songs from this album (Goodbye’- ‘Mr Romance’-‘Take a Look’ & ‘Me & You, now renamed ‘Vigilante Blues’ ) all occasionally feature in the bands’ current live set.