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New York 1998 [no label, 1CD]

Sessions at West 54th, New York, NY; October 5, 1998. Very good audio (ripped from TV broadcast?).

Thanks to dbeamer407 for sharing the show at Dime.

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Liz Phair’s 1993 debut studio album, Exile in Guyville, was released to critical acclaim; it has been ranked by Rolling Stone as one of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Phair followed this with her second album, Whip-Smart (1994), which earned her a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, and Whitechocolatespaceegg (1998).- wikipedia

In 1993, Matador Records released Exile in Guyville, which won acclaim for its articulate mix of sexual candor and jibes at patriarchy. Ten years later, when she released [the self-titled] Liz Phair on a major label, Pitchfork gave the album a rare 0.0 review, dismissing it as “hyper-commercialized teen-pop.” But Phair has never put much stock in typical markers of success. In October, she’ll release Horror Stories, the first of two planned memoirs that forsake rock-star gossip for keen, lyrical ruminations on key moments in her life. “It’s hard to tell the truth about ourselves,” Phair writes, but “our flaws and our failures make us relatable, not unlovable.”

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PBS’s Sessions At West 54th aired for three seasons from 1997-2000 and featured live performances from a range of artists from various musical genres. Liz Phair appeared on the second season to coincide with the release of her third album, Whitechocolatespaceegg, and I would say she was at the height of her career (at least musically) at this time. -

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Track 01. Intro 0:20
Track 02. Mesmerizing 5:01
Track 03. Johnny Feelgood 4:12
Track 04. Never Said 3:36
Track 05. Support System 3:29
Track 06. Whitechocolatespaceegg 5:32
Track 07. Uncle Alvarez 4:21
Track 08. 6′1 3:23
Track 09. Dance Of The Seven Veils 4:16
Track 10. Polyester Bride 3:55
Track 11. Supernova 3:31
Track 12. Divorce Song 4:07
Track 13. Perfect World 5:54
Track 14. Fuck And Run 5:08
Track 15. What Makes You Happy 4:46
62 mins

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  1. 27 Responses to “LIZ PHAIR - NEW YORK 1998”

  2. This dirty bitch definitely takes it up the ass
    fucking whore

    By The Truth on Mar 9, 2021

  3. Rumour has it she likes big Uns
    just like i do

    By U L E on Mar 9, 2021

  4. Who?

    By MrSmith on Mar 9, 2021

  5. Twernt me above nuther fake. Fakes run amok

    By U L E on Mar 9, 2021

  6. Rumor has it this is a lady who prefers Big Uns

    By U L E on Mar 9, 2021

  7. Very Big Uns

    By U L E on Mar 9, 2021

  8. The lady is definitely se x y and writes great songs . If only her voice were better . She can’t sing . She sounds like a female frog .

    By Pat Grooms on Mar 9, 2021

  9. She would love my big un . She could get on top and ride the bucking horse .

    By Harry Reems on Mar 9, 2021

  10. She won’t fuck me either. No chicks will.

    By U L E on Mar 9, 2021

  11. Crack whores won’t fuck me.

    By U L E on Mar 9, 2021

  12. U- my mom might fuck you if you give her a bottle of Wild Turkey.

    By DD on Mar 9, 2021

  13. U- can I watch if she does?

    By Derrick on Mar 9, 2021

  14. I gots a Lil Un

    By U L E on Mar 9, 2021

  15. U fucks DD’s mom? I shit my pants just thinking about it!

    By HHH on Mar 9, 2021

  16. This show confirms how I felt about her back then…great songs, terrible singer…

    By Don on Mar 9, 2021

  17. Talentless

    By Shit performer on Mar 10, 2021

  18. She’s talented in the sack , rumor has it Ha Ha Ha

    By C Tony on Mar 10, 2021

  19. She can suck the chrome off of a trailer hitch . I bet .

    By C Tony on Mar 10, 2021

  20. Last 3 twernt me , more fakes

    By U L E on Mar 10, 2021

  21. She has great legs . Can’t sing though the songs are very good . She just needs someone else singing them .

    By T J on Mar 10, 2021

  22. Last 3 twas me , no more fakes

    By U L E on Mar 10, 2021

  23. i can suck better than her

    By U L E on Mar 10, 2021

  24. Not me on last two More fakes

    By U L E on Mar 11, 2021

  25. Me on last two Not fakes

    By U L E on Mar 11, 2021

  26. The best legs in rock history. Love seeing her in shorts and short skirts. As for her music ? Great songs , average voice . But then again you had Bob Dylan .

    By The Big Dic k on Mar 12, 2021

  27. Last one twernt me nuther fake

    By U L E on Mar 13, 2021

  28. Liz is in her 50s now , has a grown son . She is still hot . When she was twenty and thirty something, she was centerfold material.

    By Jaycee on Mar 13, 2021

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