Welcome to the NEW Chic Boutique!

As we enter our third year in business, we realized that our catalog has outgrown the single-page Boutique. In an effort to make it easier to find just what you are looking for, we have created separate pages for our our New Releases, Patters, Dual-Key Packages, as well as our Male and Female Vocal Ranges. We hope this makes your shopping experience easier.

If you are purchasing a single download, simply click on the "Buy it Now" button for that title.  This will take you directly to a PayPal link to complete your purchase.  After your purchase, you will be directed back to the Chic site where you will find a link to your download.  If you are purchasing more than one download, simply click the "Add to Cart" button for the title. You may add to the same Shopping Cart from any of our Boutique pages and then check out just once for the link to PayPal.  After payment, click on the "return to merchant" link where you will find your download links.

Detailed "Purchasing Instructions" can be found just above the Shopping Cart on the left.

Thanks for shopping Chic!

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NEW BOUTIQUE FORMAT!!

As the Chic Catalog has grown, we have decided create separate pages in the Chic Boutique for our Patter songs, Dual Key Packages, Male Keys, and Female Keys. Please click the links below to access the new Boutique pages. Selections from the various pages will all go to the same Shopping Cart for checkout. As always, you can find our New Releases here on the front page of the Chic Boutique.


Patter Boutique             Dual Key Boutique               Male Key Boutique               Female Key Boutique


 NEW RELEASES

September Release!! CHIC-047 - Le Chic! (Patter)

This month's "Le Chic!" patter features a medley of three of the biggest hits from the band, Chic. Chic was wildly popular in the disco/nightclub dance era, and we have recreated our own mash-up of what we feel are their best dance grooves. Starting with their smash hit, "Le Freak," transitioning to the cool groove of "Everybody Dance," and then finishing with a little "Good Times." We think your dancers will have a great time dancing to this very Chic patter!

You'll notice we added a hint of the background vocal "catch-phrases" of each song, but if BGV is not your thing...we've got you covered.  Your purchase includes a second track with no BGV at all.  We always give you the choice!

CHIC4047 - Le Chic! (Patter) $7.50

Instrumental Sample

Le Chic! (Patter) $7.50 Add To Cart $7.50

ANNIVERSARY RELEASE!! CHIC-046 - Desperado

Desperado” was written by Don Henley and Glenn Frey and first appeared on their 1973 album, “Desperado.” From Wikipedia: ”According to Henley, Desperado was based on a song he started in 1968, written in the style of old songs by Stephen Foster. The song was originally about a friend named Leo and began with ‘Leo, my God, why don’t you come to your senses...’ In 1972, after they had recorded their first album in London, (Eagles) Glenn Frey and Henley decided that they should write songs together. In their first songwriting session after returning from London, Henley played Frey the unfinished version of the song. According to Henley, Frey ‘leapt right on it – filled in the blanks and brought structure’, and the song became ‘Desperado.’ Henley added: ‘And that was the beginning of our songwriting partnership ... that’s when we became a team.’”

Although “Desperado” is arguably one of the best-known songs of the era, it never hit the Billboard charts until after the passing of Glenn Frey when it hit #20 on the Rock Digital Songs chart. Word is that Don Henley was intimidated by the large orchestra and later expressed regret that he did not sing his best. Rolling Stone magazine felt it was Henley’s rough voice that made the song memorable. Despite the lack of topping the charts, “Desperado” has been included in at least three all-time best song lists.

The song package includes four instrumental tracks, music with and without background vocals (each with or without the melody line), along with the sample vocal track and cue sheets in multiple file formats.  "NM" in a file name indicates "no melody."

New Option - If you are not sure which key works best for you, we have a package deal to purchase both keys at a reduced price.

     CHIC 046 – Desperado (Two-Key Package) $12.00

Desperado (Dual Key Package) $12.00 Add To Cart $12.00

 

 

 

 

CHIC 1046 - Desperado (Male Key) $7.50

Instrumental Sample  Tony Oxendine Full Vocal

Cuesheet

Desperado (Male Key) $7.50 Add To Cart $7.50

 

 

 

 

CHIC 2046 – Desperado (Female Key) $7.50

Instrumental Sample  Shauna Kaaria Full Vocal

Cuesheet

Desperado (Female Key) $7.50 Add To Cart $7.50

 

AUGUST RELEASE!! CHIC-045 - Smiling Faces Sometimes

“Smiling Faces Sometimes” was written for the Motown label by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong. The Temptations were the first to record an extended cut for an album, with a second (nearly simultaneous) single release by Whitfield's new trio, The Undisputed Truth. Released in May of 1971, the single rocketed to #3 on the charts.

The song package includes four instrumental tracks, music with and without background vocals (each with or without the melody line), along with the sample vocal track and cue sheets in multiple file formats.  "NM" in a file name indicates "no melody."

New Option - If you are not sure which key works best for you, we have a package deal to purchase both keys at a reduced price.

     CHIC 045 – Smiling Faces Sometimes (Two-Key Package) $12.00

Smiling Faces Sometimes (Dual Key Package) $12.00 Add To Cart $12.00

 

 

 

 

CHIC 1045 - Smiling Faces Sometimes (Male Key) $7.50

Instrumental Sample  Vic Kaaria Full Vocal

Cuesheet

Smiling Faces Sometimes (Male Key) $7.50 Add To Cart $7.50

 

 

 

 

CHIC 2045 – Smiling Faces Sometimes (Female Key) $7.50

Instrumental Sample  Patty Greene Full Vocal

Cuesheet

Smiling Faces Sometimes (Female Key) $7.50 Add To Cart $7.50

 

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