Liz Phair

Liz Phair (born Elizabeth Clark Phair on April 17, 1967 in New Haven, Connecticut) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. She was a cornerstone in the underground early '90s indie rock movement for her songcraft and DIY ethics. Her sound developed at the turn of the century into something more akin to pop or adult contemporary. Phair's entry into the music industry began when she met guitarist Chris Brokaw, a member of the band Come. Brokaw was visiting her San Francisco loft-mate Nora Maccoby when he heard Phair's songs Read more on Last.fm
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Smoke
Miss Mary Mack
Bollywood
White Babies
You Should Know Me
Elvis Song
Valentine
My My
Speed Racer
Oh, Bangladesh
In Love With Yourself
Bang! Bang!
Wild Thing
Beat Is Up
Love Song
Don't Hold Your Breath (If I Ever Pay You Back)
U Hate It
iTunes Originals
iTunes Originals
An Unlikely Rock Star
Never Said
The Catalyst for the Girlysound Tapes
Gunshy
Adopting My Own Identity
Canary
A Playful Expression
Supernova
Uncle Alvarez
I Kinda Became a Housewife
Headache
A New Chapter
Extraordinary
A Pre-Write
Why Can't I?
A Very Personal Song
Little Digger
What I Was Striving For
Somebody's Miracle
The Best Stuff
Table for One
Liz Phair
Extraordinary
Red Light Fever
It's Sweet
Rock Me
Take a Look
Little Digger
Firewalker
Favorite
Love/Hate
H.W.C.
My Bionic Eyes
Friend of Mine
Good Love Never Dies
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White Chocolate Space Egg
Big Tall Man
Perfect World
Johnny Feelgood
Polyester Bride
Love Is Nothing
Baby Got Going
Uncle Alvarez
Only Son
Go on Ahead
Headache
Ride
What Makes You Happy
Fantasize
Girls' Room
Whip-Smart
Chopsticks
Supernova
X-Ray Man
Shane
Go West
Cinco de Mayo
Dogs of L.A.
Whip-Smart
Jealousy
Crater Lake
Alice Springs
May Queen