Title: Le Freak
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Le Freak" is a song by American R&B band Chic. It was the band's third single and first Billboard Hot 100 and R&B number-one song. Along with the tracks "I Want Your Love" and "Chic Cheer", "Le Freak" scored number one on the disco charts for seven weeks. The single achieved sales of 7 million and also scored number seven in the UK Singles Chart. Billboard magazine ranked it as the number 3 song for 1979
Ah, freak out Le freak, c'est chic Freak out Ah, freak out Le freak, c'est chic Freak out. All that pressure got you down Has your head spinning all around Feel the rhythm, check the ride Come on along and have a real good time Like the days of Stompin' at the Savoy Now we freak, oh what a joy Just come on down, to the 54 And find a spot out on the floor. Ah, freak out Le freak, c'est chic Freak out. Now freak I said freak Now freak
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You see, before we wrote 'Le Freak', the first single off Chic's second album was going to be 'He's The Greatest Dancer'. We didn't write that for Sister Sledge. That was our single, but 'Le Freak' was so good that we changed our minds. And you know that it had to be really good for us to give away a song like 'He's The Greatest Dancer' . The equipment that Clearmountain utilised for the sound while Rodgers and Edwards created 'Le Freak' was a 24-channel Neve 8078 console and 3M tape machine. Every record was 24-track, and it took me a real long time before I switched to 48-track," says Rodgers. Probably the first time I ever used 48-track was when I was doing Duran Duran's Notorious album.
Chic was a group led by bass player Bernard Edwards and guitarist Nile Rodgers. Both were very successful writers and producers, combining to work on hits for Sister Sledge and Diana Ross. Edwards went on to produce for The Power Station, Joe Cocker, and Robert Palmer, while Rodgers has worked with Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and Madonna. It was New Year's Eve, 1977, and they were invited to Studio 54, a very popular club in New York City where many celebrities and trendsetters were known to hang out. A singer named Grace Jones wanted Rodgers and Edwards to do some production work for her, and asked them to come down to the club as her guest. When they got there, they were not on the list, and couldn't convince the doorman that they were the group Chic. All dressed up and nowhere to go on New Year's Eve, they left and started writing this song as a reply to the doorman.
Le Freak " as written by Nile Gregory Rodgers, Aquil Davidson, Bernard Edwards, Todd Gaither, Markell Riley, Teddy Riley and Menton Smith. Ah Freak out! Le Freak, c'est Chic. Le Freak, c'est Chic. All that pressure got you down Has your head spinning all around Feel the rhythm, check the ride Come on along and have a real good time Like the days of stopping at the Savoy Now we freak, oh what a joy Just come on down, to fifty four Find a spot out on the floor. Now Freak! I said Freak! Now Freak!
Le Freak" is a successful 1978 disco song by the disco band Chic. It was the band's third single album and first Billboard Hot 100 and soul music number-one song. Along with the tracks, "I Want Your Love" and "Chic Cheer", "Le Freak" scored number one on the disco charts for seven weeks. The single album has the distinction of being the best selling record ever for Atlantic Records company, and the best-selling single ever for Warner Music Group until it was displaced during 1990 (by the singer Madonna's song "Vogue")
|A||Le Freak (Vocal)||5:24|
|B||Savoir Faire (Instrumental)||4:53|
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Produced For – Chic Organization Ltd.
- Produced For – MK Productions
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic
- Published By – Chic Music, Inc.
- Published By – Cotillion Music
- Executive-Producer [Executive Producers] – Marc Kreiner, Tom Cossie
- Producer [Produced By] – Bernard Edwards And Nile Rodgers*
- Written-By – Nile Rodgers And Bernard Edwards*
NotesThis pressing does not have the MK Productions logo at the bottom of each label.
Produced by Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers for The Chic Organization, Ltd.
Executive Producers: Marc Kreiner & Tom Cossie for MK Productions
℗ 1978 Atlantic
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: Runout grooves side A (machine-stamped): ATLANTIC STUDIOS D.K. (hand-etched):ST-DSKO-35703-8
- Matrix / Runout: Runout grooves side B (machine-stamped): ATLANTIC STUDIOS D.K. (hand-etched):ST-DSKO-35704-4
|3519||Chic||Le Freak b/w Savoir Faire (7", Single)||Atlantic||3519||US||1978|
|11209||Chic||Le Freak (7", Single)||Atlantic||11209||Belgium||1978|
|11 209||Chic||Le Freak (C'est Chic) (7", Single, Sil)||Atlantic||11 209||Belgium||1978|
|HTF 06||Chic||Le Freak (12")||HTF Records||HTF 06||US||Unknown|
|3519||Chic||Le Freak / Savoir Faire (7", Single)||Atlantic||3519||US||1978|