The Band - Liz Back On Booze
"Liz Back On Booze", the debut five-song cassette from the Tampa band of the same name, is about pure pop, power rock and influences that range from blues to psychedelia, from jazz fusion to avant garde.

The tape, recorded at Zinkland and Hitmakers studios in Tampa, features an eclectic mix of music - from the opener, "History", a playful recounting of love gone bad, through bluesy instrumental "Bryan's Big Toe Jam" and Latin tinged rocker "C.C.B.".

The Reviews

The May 10, 1991 issue of the College Music Journal stated:

"...we realized that this band occupied a niche all its own rather than something that fits into any preordained category..."

"...History repeats every inane cliche in memory over a twangy surf-pop melody that ends up being so catchy, it's absolutely infuriating, while Bryan's Big Toe Jam and C.C.B. hint at Latin tinges, which our Tampa sources indicate could have developed from their playing sun-baked gigs in exotic Ybor City."

The April 11-24, 1991 issue of Players Magazine stated:

"The five-song debut from Tampa's Liz Back On Booze is a contrasting marriage of mainstream elements and alternative styles."

"C.C.B. adopts a British rock stance while History and You Can't Save Me opt for pure pop. But throughout, LBOB has a tendency to push everything to the edge."

"Liz Back On Booze harbors some strange and contradictory tendencies, but for those who pride themselves on multi-level music appreciation, LBOB fills the bill."

The Guys

[dom] [bryan] [phil] [bab]

vocals, guitar, keyboards


lead guitar, vocals


electric bass, vocals



Music Samples

HISTORY (1.40M - MP3 Format)

FLY (2.25M - MP3 Format)

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