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Album Review

The six songs found on the Rosewood Thieves' debut, From the Decker House, are like old American postcards or love letters never sent. The countrified indie rock mix is an impressive look into the world of singer/songwriter Erick Jordan. He was just barely 20 when he composed these tracks, and his golden-hued touch is refreshing and uncomplicated among the current pack of new-millennium revivalists. With his heart on his sleeve, Jordan doesn't lose himself while honoring his influences, and songs such as the knee-slappin' honky tonk of "Diamond Ring" and the country-tinged day-tripper "Doctor" channel Jordan's sweet sincerity. "Lonesome Road" is another song like that; acoustic guitars delicately waltz around Jordan's warm hum while vocalese veteran Bob Dorough adds a bit of bounce on the piano for a summery clap-along. From the Decker House also includes performances by Otto Hauser (Devendra Banhart), Andy Cabic (Vetiver), Mike Daly (Whiskeytown), and Blake Hazard (the Submarines). Such an all-star cast adds to the Rosewood Thieves' playful innocence. Jordan taps into that exactly while giving his best stiff upper lip on the breakup number "Back Home to Harlem." The Rosewood Thieves succeed their first time out. The fundamentals of rock music go a long way here, and that's what makes From the Decker House the understated beauty that it is.


Formed: 2004 in New York, NY

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

The Rosewood Thieves' build upon the sincerity of John Lennon's solo work and the poetic earnestness of Bob Dylan and the Band for their own plain-spoken indie rock sound. As the brainchild of singer/songwriter Erick Jordan, the New York City collective formed in 2004. Jordan and a high school acquaintance, organ player Mackenzie Vernacchio inked a deal with V2 within a year, and readied themselves for the Rosewood Thieves' debut. The autumn months of 2005 were spent writing and recording in the...
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