Facts about Liz Phair

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Liz Phair is a famous Musician from USA, he/she is still alive and was born April 17, 1967.

Our collection contains 20 quotes who is written / told by Liz.

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Famous quotes by Liz Phair (20)


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"Women artists need to break barriers in order for women's experience to be valuable"
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"That's what music is to me. Like, stuff that I really like to play loud. And I've got my quiet CDs, too, that I listen to around the house, but if you can't go there, then... Everyone gets so upset with me, I can't win"
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"I'm very cerebral. I like to think things through"
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"I'm really happy to be a mom, and I'm proud of the phase I'm in"
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"I probably had some impact, because everyone keeps telling me that I did. I like to feel like I'm coming out with something to try to make room for other young women to make their art"
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"I mean, I think about it, but I don't design my record to get a certain public response"
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"I can't say I don't get nervous, but I really kind of enjoy performing now"
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"The big news already broke. The file-sharing and all that stuff, it's a done deal. And I think figuring out how to make that a fair exchange for the people that make music is still an issue"
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"Now, in music, it seems more like the popular crowd suppresses anyone who is different"
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"My identity has everything to do with me and my instrument. It doesn't have to do with what production style I use, or how many people played on it, whether it's sparse or grandiose or whatever. And I'm social, frankly"
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"Like, I kind of developed my musical style in a vacuum. Even though I listen to a lot of stuff, the way I wrote was in my bedroom, really privately. It's still the way I write, actually"
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"You're really creative when you're in an environment that you don't know how to handle. So collaborating was like that for me. I think that was one of the reasons why I knew I was gonna get a challenging reaction"
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"When I use the Internet, it's pretty much strictly for music. Checking out other people's web sites, what's going on, listening to music. It's pretty much a musical thing for me"
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"It seems to me like the Internet allows you to break that structure a little bit. You know, here's your CD that's going into stores, here's your EP that you offer online, here's a subscription for songs you recorded on the road, here's your live stuff streaming"
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"I'm competitive, so I don't like to feel marginalized by the people who sell a lot of records"
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"I think good art happens on that edge between comfortable and in a lot of pain, you know what I mean?"
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"I mean, I kind of remember... I'm 36 now, so it's kind of hard for me to relate to what it was like when I was 25, or 24, but I do remember a period in time when that's how I defined who I was, by the music I listened to and the movies I went to"
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"I just don't fit into the box"
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"I knew that collaborating on songwriting would be difficult for a lot of people, because I was known very much, for my independence and the fact that I wrote these quirky songs that were not typical structure, not typical sound - you know, really original stuff"
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"I don't know; it just seemed like the cooler guys are playing Xbox. At least the ones I know"


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